Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a German pastor, theologian, founding member of the Confessing Church, and anti-Nazi. His writings on Christianity’s role in the secular world have become widely influential, and many have labeled his The Cost of Discipleship a modern classic.
Today, we celebrate his 108th birthday with discounts on some of our most popular Bonhoeffer resources:
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This widely acclaimed series gives you the definitive English translations of the German Dietrich Bonhoeffer Werke. It’s a comprehensive, thoroughly annotated resource for the study of Bonhoeffer in the wider frame of twentieth-century thought and history.
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The T&T Clark Studies on Bonhoeffer collection presents fascinating insights into this significant figure. In Dietrich Bonhoeffer 1906–1945, Ferdinand Schlingensiepen turns a lifetime of scholarship into the gold standard in Bonhoeffer biography. In Who Am I?: Bonhoeffer’s Theology through His Poetry, Bernd Wannenwetsch and others present Bonheoffer’s prison poems, shedding light on his life and development of thought. And in Theology against Religion, Tom Greggs analyzes Bonhoeffer and Barth, two of the most influential figures in modern Christianity, arguing that they followed essentially the same trajectory
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This volume by Geffrey Kelly provides a critical analysis and reading guide to two of Bonhoeffer’s great classics, Discipleship and Life Together. Reading Bonhoeffer offers a running commentary on each segment of these popular texts, as well as discussion questions suitable for the university or seminary classroom or an adult-education program.
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