Dietrich Bonhoeffer


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

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Eberhard Bethge: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, A Biography (7) (1048 pages, based on over 3,000 documents filed in Berlin at the State Library, carefully cited in 2,438 footnotes).
Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works (DBWE) is a massive effort to bring into English the complete corpus of the eminent German theologian.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was the young theologian who became one of the first clear voices of resistance to Hitler.
I served from 2004 to 2014 as one of the general editors of the English translation of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Werke.
However, if I did Dietrich Bonhoeffer would be at the top of my list of people to follow, adore, and emulate.
Being human, becoming human; Dietrich Bonhoeffer and social thought.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) was a brilliant German Lutheran theologian, a gracious pastor and an erudite educator whose faith and witness continue to influence believers in Jesus throughout the world.
Drawing heavily upon the work of Nelle Morton and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the book opens with an examination of what Muers appealingly terms the "garrulous silencing of God," whereby the universe of language we employ to define God, from the colloquial to the liturgical, paradoxically confines or "silences" God.
A martyr of the Nazi era, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, recognized that when he said: "Only if we cry out for the Jews may we also sing Gregorian chant.
In 1983, the delegates from the churches of the German Democratic Republic to the Vancouver assembly of the WCC called on the council against the background of the threats to peace, to justice, and to ecology to consider convening "a universal Christian council for peace of the sort that Dietrich Bonhoeffer considered mandatory fifty years ago in the face of the threat of the Second World War.
These timid clerics need to be reminded that Saint Peter, Saint Paul, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Pope John Paul II, and all of the other great Christian leaders of the past were made of sterner stuff: They spoke truth to power.
Haynes (Associate Professor of Religion, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee) offers a groundbreaking assessment of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his continuing mystique and popularity among seminar students, theologians, and the Christian community so many years after his martyrdom at the hands of the Nazis.
Retrieving an invitation to interfaith dialogue from the work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer is as difficult as it is potentially misleading.
I use the word peculiar in the manner Dietrich Bonhoeffer used it when he said, "What makes the Christian different from others is the 'peculiar,' the 'perissos,' the 'extraordinary,' the 'unusual,' that which is not 'a matter of course.