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Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Fortress Press
Release Date: 2003
ISBN 10: 9781451406726
Pages: 354 pages

Discipleship Book Summary : Freshly translated from the German critical edition, Discipleship provides a more accurate rendering of the text and extensive aids and commentary to clarify the meaning, context, and reception of this work and its attempt to resist the Nazi ideology then infecting German Christian churches.

Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Fortress Press
Release Date: 2005
ISBN 10: 9780800683061
Pages: 593 pages

Ethics Book Summary : Based on careful reconstruction of the manuscripts, freshly and expertly translated and annotated, this crown jewel of Bonhoeffer's body of work is the culmination of his theological and personal odyssey.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Author: Eberhard Bethge
Publisher: Fortress Press
Release Date:
ISBN 10: 9781451407426
Pages: 1048 pages

Dietrich Bonhoeffer Book Summary : The authoritative biography of Bonhoeffer -- theologian, Christian, man for his times.

Bonhoeffer  Christ and Culture
Author: Keith L. Johnson,Timothy Larsen
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Release Date: 2013-03-08
ISBN 10: 0830827161
Pages: 216 pages

Bonhoeffer Christ and Culture Book Summary : The 2012 Wheaton Theology Conference was convened around the formidable legacy of Lutheran pastor, theologian and anti-Nazi resistant Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This collection, focusing on the man's views of Christ, the church and culture, contributes to a recent awakening of interest in Bonhoeffer among evangelicals.

Author: Eric Metaxas
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: 2011-08-29
ISBN 10: 1418556343
Pages: 624 pages

Bonhoeffer Book Summary : WHO BETTER TO FACE THE GREATEST EVIL OF THE 20TH CENTURY THAN A HUMBLE MAN OF FAITH? As Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seduced a nation, bullied a continent, and attempted to exterminate the Jews of Europe, a small number of dissidents and saboteurs worked to dismantle the Third Reich from the inside. One of these was Dietrich Bonhoeffer—a pastor and author. In this New York Times best-selling biography, Eric Metaxas takes both strands of Bonhoeffer’s life—the theologian and the spy—and draws them together to tell a searing story of incredible moral courage in the face of monstrous evil. Metaxas presents the fullest accounting of Bonhoeffer’s heart-wrenching decision to leave the safe haven of America to return to Hitler’s Germany, and sheds new light on Bonhoeffer’s involvement in the famous Valkyrie plot and in “Operation 7,” the effort to smuggle Jews into neutral Switzerland. In a deeply moving narrative, Metaxas uses previously unavailable documents?including personal letters, detailed journal entries, and firsthand personal accounts?to reveal dimensions of Bonhoeffer's life and theology never before seen. "Bonhoeffer is the story of a life framed by a passion for truth and a commitment to justice on behalf of those who face implacable evil. Includes Readers’ Guide “[A] beautifully constructed biography.” —Alan Wolfe, The New Republic “Metaxas tells Bonhoeffer’s story with passion and theological sophistication. . . .” —Wall Street Journal “[A] weighty, riveting analysis of the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. . . .” —Publishers Weekly “Metaxas presents Bonhoeffer as a clear-headed, deeply convicted Christian who submitted to no one and nothing except God and his Word.” —Christianity Today “Metaxas has written a book that adds a new dimension to World War II, a new understanding of how evil can seize the soul of a nation and a man of faith can confront it. . . .” —Thomas Fleming, author, The New Dealers’ War “Metaxas has created a biography of uncommon power—intelligent, moving, well researched,vividly written, and rich in implication for our own lives. Or to put it another way: Buy this book. Read it. Then buy another copy and give it to a person you love. It’s that good.” —Archbishop Charles Chaput, First Things "A definitive Bonhoeffer biography for the 21st century." —Kirkus Reviews 2011 ECPA Book of the Year 2011 Canterbury Medal by the Becket Fund recognizing courage in the defense of religious liberty 2011 Christopher Award winner highlighting the power of faith, courage, and action "A definitive Bonhoeffer biography for the 21st century." -Kirkus Reviews

40 Day Journey with Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Augsburg Books
Release Date: 2007
ISBN 10: 080665368X
Pages: 105 pages

40 Day Journey with Dietrich Bonhoeffer Book Summary : Perfect for use during Advent or Lent, these volumes includes passages from Scripture and opportunities for reflection and prayer.

The Battle for Bonhoeffer
Author: Stephen R. Haynes
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release Date: 2018-09-13
ISBN 10: 1467451320
Pages: 213 pages

The Battle for Bonhoeffer Book Summary : The figure of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906–1945) has become a clay puppet in modern American politics. Secular, radical, liberal, and evangelical interpreters variously shape and mold the martyr’s legacy to suit their own pet agendas. Stephen Haynes offers an incisive and clarifying perspective. A recognized Bonhoeffer expert, Haynes examines “populist” readings of Bonhoeffer, including the acclaimed biography by Eric Metaxas, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy. In his analysis Haynes treats, among other things, the November 2016 election of Donald Trump and the “Bonhoeffer moment” announced by evangelicals in response to the US Supreme Court’s 2015 decision to legalize same-sex marriage. The Battle for Bonhoeffer includes an open letter from Haynes pointedly addressing Christians who still support Trump. Bonhoeffer’s legacy matters. Haynes redeems the life and the man.

Fiction from Tegel Prison
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Fortress Press
Release Date: 2010
ISBN 10: 1451406762
Pages: 304 pages

Fiction from Tegel Prison Book Summary : This book discloses a great deal of Bonhoeffer's family context, social world, and cultural milieu. Events from his life are recounted in a way that embodies and illuminates his theology. Characters and situations that represent Nazi types and attitudes are a form of social criticism and help to explain Bonhoeffer's participation in the resistance movement and the plot to kill Adolf Hitler, for which he was hanged.

Author: Clifford J. Green
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release Date: 1999
ISBN 10: 9780802846327
Pages: 392 pages

Bonhoeffer Book Summary : The classic study of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's social thought, now expanded with never-before-published Bonhoeffer letters. Widely acclaimed as the best study of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's early social theology, Clifford Green's Bonhoeffer is here fully updated and expanded with new material not available anywhere else. Features of this new edition: A selection of important, newly discovered letters between Bonhoeffer and Paul Lehmann and between Lehmann and members of Bonhoeffer's family. An extensive chapter covering Bonhoeffer's Ethics. All citations updated to the new German and English editions of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works.

The Oxford Handbook of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Author: Michael Mawson,Philip G. Ziegler
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date: 2019
ISBN 10: 0198753179
Pages: 528 pages

The Oxford Handbook of Dietrich Bonhoeffer Book Summary : "This handbook provides a comprehensive resource for those wishing to understand the German theologian, pastor, and resistance conspirator Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) and his writings. It contains sections on Bonhoeffer's life and context, his contributions to all areas of systematic theology and ethics, constructive uses of Bonhoeffer for engaging contemporary issues, and resources for studying Bonhoeffer today. Contributors include leading Bonhoeffer scholars, historians, theologians, and ethicists"--

Ecumenical  Academic  and Pastoral Work  1931 1932
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Fortress Press
Release Date: 2012
ISBN 10: 080069838X
Pages: 612 pages

Ecumenical Academic and Pastoral Work 1931 1932 Book Summary : Volume 11 in the sixteen-volume Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works English Edition, Ecumenical, Academic, and Pastoral Work: 1931—1932, provides a comprehensive translation of Bonhoeffer's important writings from 1931 to 1932, with extensive commentary about their historical context and theological significance. This volume covers the significant period of Bonhoeffer's entry into the international ecumenical world and the final months before the beginning of the National Socialist dictatorship.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer s Ecumenical Quest
Author: Keith Clements
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 2015-02-15
ISBN 10: 9782825416563
Pages: 344 pages

Dietrich Bonhoeffer s Ecumenical Quest Book Summary : "This book aims to show how and why for Dietrich Bonhoeffer, from the conclusion of his student years in Berlin to his death on the Nazi gallows at Flossenbürg, the ecumenical movement was central to his concerns. Of course during these years he fulfilled several distinct roles: academic theologian and teacher, leading protagonist for the Confessing Church, pastor, seminary director and - most dramatically and controversially - willing participant in the German resistance and the conspiracy to overthrow Hitler. But it is his commitment and active involvement in the ecumenical movement that forms the most continuous thread of his life and activity, and links all his various engagements. Equally, the challenge that he laid down to that movement in his time remains a legacy which has still to be fully claimed by the ecumenical world today." -- from the Preface [Subject: Religious Studies, Christianity, Biography]

The Cost of Discipleship
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2012-08-07
ISBN 10: 1476706549
Pages: 320 pages

The Cost of Discipleship Book Summary : NEW FOREWORD BY ERIC METAXAS Dietrich Bonhoeffer, one of the most important theologians of the twentieth century, illuminates the relationship between ourselves and the teachings of Jesus in this classic book on living as a Christian. What can the call to discipleship, the adherence to the word of Jesus, mean today to the businessman, the soldier, the laborer, or the government worker? What did Jesus mean to say to us? What is his will for us today? Drawing on the Sermon on the Mount, Dietrich Bonhoeffer answers these timeless questions by providing a seminal reading of the dichotomy between "cheap grace" and "costly grace." "Cheap grace," Bonhoeffer wrote, "is the grace we bestow on ourselves...grace without discipleship....Costly grace is the gospel which must be sought again and again, the girl which must be asked for, the door at which a man must know....It is costly because it costs a man his life, and it is grace because it gives a man the only true life." The Cost of Discipleship is a compelling statement of the demands of sacrifice and ethical consistency from a man whose life and thought were exemplary articulations of a new type of leadership inspired by the Gospel, and imbued with the spirit of Christian humanism and a creative sense of civic duty.

Letters and Papers from Prison
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Fortress Press
Release Date: 2010
ISBN 10: 1451406789
Pages: 750 pages

Letters and Papers from Prison Book Summary : Despite Dietrich Bonhoeffer¿s earlier theological achievements and writings, it was his correspondence and notes from prison that electrified the postwar world six years after his death in 1945. The materials gathered and selected by his friend Eberhard Bethge in Letters and Papers from Prison not only brought Bonhoeffer to a wide and appreciative readership, especially in North America, they also introduced to a broad readership his novel and exciting ideas of religionless Christianity, his open and honest theological appraisal of Christian doctrines, and his sturdy, if sorely tried, faith in face of uncertainty and doubt.This splendid volume, in many ways the capstone of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, is the first unabridged collection of Bonhoeffer¿s 1943¿1945 prison letters and theological writings. Here are over 200 documents that include extensive correspondence with his family and Eberhard Bethge (much of it in English for the first time), as well as his theological notes, and his prison poems. The volume offers an illuminating introduction by editor John de Gruchy and an historical Afterword by the editors of the original German volume: Christian Gremmels, Eberhard Bethge, and Renate Bethge.

Author: Tim Jorgenson
Publisher: Xulon Press
Release Date: 2002
ISBN 10: 1591603439
Pages: 215 pages

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