Christ for us in the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Christ for us in the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Phillips, John A.

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Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 1906-1945.,
  • Jesus Christ -- History of doctrines.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] John A. Phillips.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4827.B57 P5 1967a
The Physical Object
Pagination303 p.
Number of Pages303
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5537839M
LC Control Number67014934
OCLC/WorldCa626824

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  SYNOPSIS. Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theology seems to appeal to just about everyone. After reading The Cost of Discipleship, I was excited by Bonhoeffer, but my zeal for him waned after reading Letters and Papers from Prison.I discovered later that Bonhoeffer’s theology was different from my evangelical views. The Cost of Discipleship is a book by the German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, considered a classic of Christian original German title is simply Nachfolge (literally: "following" or: "the act of following"). It is centered on an exposition of the Sermon on the Mount, in which Bonhoeffer spells out what he believes it means to follow : Dietrich Bonhoeffer.   1. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a Christian theologian. Rather, one should say that he became a Christian theologian. Eberhard Bethge, his former student and biographer, notes the year as a “transition from theologian to Christian.” In Dietrich wrote to a girlfriend and confessed: “I plunged into work in a very unchristian way.. Dietrich Bonhoeffer is considered a martyr for his faith; he was absolved of any crimes by the German government in the mids. The calendars of the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America commemorate him on April 9, the date on which he was hanged in

Who Is Christ for Us? - Dietrich Bonhoeffer - Google Books In the summer of , Dietrich Bonhoeffer delivered powerful lectures that insisted Christians encounter Jesus Christ as a 2/5(1). To Bonhoeffer, the church is simultaneously (1) a reality of revelation, established in Christ, and (2) a human, social community amenable to sociological analysis. But not any sociology will : Clifford Green. ARCANE AND GERMANE BOOK REVIEWS #2 “After reading a new book, never allow yourself another new one till you have read an old one in between.” (C.S. Lewis) Born in in Breslau, Dietrich Bonhoeffer grew up in Berlin. The son of a physician and academic, he showed early signs of his own academic ability, presenting his doctoral thesis at the age of Author: Andrew Prideaux. Bonhoeffer's Chrîstology and His "Religionless Christianity"1 EBERHARD BETHGE In the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer there exists an intimate con-nection between Christology and a non-religious expression of the witness for Christ, although the specific formulation "non-religious interpretation" did not originate until near the end of his life.