Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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German Lutheran theologian and pastor whose works concern Christianity in the modern world


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(8) Dietrich Bonhoffer, Letters and Papers from Prison, ed.
(1) The debate between Bonhoffer, Sandbach, and their followers on the relation between [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is actually concerned with the balance of explaining the empirical origin of the natural conceptions without compromising their privileged status as conceptions common to all men.
23 See Bonhoffer 1890, 256; Inwood 1985, 117-9;Hadot 1998,73-100.
The gallery will then celebrate the centenary of Dietrich Bonhoffer with 'Resisting Tyranny'.
"I'm glad to hear your story, Bob, but with heroes like Gandhi, Francis of Assisi, Dietrich Bonhoffer, Martin Luther King, I think that you really ought to check into the Pax Christi thing," Cushing said the.
My hero is: Dietrich Bonhoffer, who was hanged in a Nazi prison camp in 1945 because he would not recant his personal belief and commitment.
Aged 27, his most recent work includes a composition for jazz ensemble, string quartet and narrator based on the works of the German theologian and martyr, Dietrich Bonhoffer.
Sedgwick contrasts this to Bonhoffer, in whose view the Incarnation has made living in communion for others the mandate that brings unity to the social and economic spheres.
(4.) Dietrich Bonhoffer and Maria von Wedemeyer, Love Letters from Cell 92, ed.
Those not seduced may be imprisoned or killed--Dietrich Bonhoffer, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Oscar Romero.
Contributors to Christianity and Crisis reflected a veritable who's who of leading Christian theologians, ranging from Karl Barth to Hans Kung, from Dietrich Bonhoffer to Gustavo Gutierrez.