The stimulus for the writing of Life Together was the closing of the preacher’s seminary at Finkenwalde. The treatise contains Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s thoughts about the nature of Christian community based on the common life that he and his seminarians experienced at the seminary and in the “Brother’s House” there. Bonhoeffer completed the writing of Life Together in 1938.
Prayerbook of the Bible is a classic of Christian spirituality. In this theological interpretation of the Psalms, Bonhoeffer describes the moods of an individual’s relationship with God and also the turns of love and heartbreak, of joy and sorrow, that are themselves the Christian community’s path to God.
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Examines how God in Christ becomes present in and among those who profess faith in the gospel
Expresses the idea that church, at its foundation, is the Christian community
Organizes the Psalms by theme to assist in daily prayer
Presents a theological interpretation of the Psalter
Uses the Lord’s Prayer as a lens through which to view the Psalter
The Day Together
The Day Alone
Confession and the Lord’s Supper
Prayerbook of the Bible
Those Who Pray the Psalms
Names, Music, Verse Forms
The Worship Service and the Psalms
The History of Salvation
Title: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, vol. 5: Life Together and Prayerbook of the Bible
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Translators: Daniel W. Bloesch and James H. Burtness
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 2004
About Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906–1945) a German theologian, pastor, and ecumenist, was a professor in Berlin, an uncompromising teacher in the Confessing Church, and a consistent opponent of National Socialism. Executed by Hitler at the end of World War II, his influence continues today as one of the most important theologians of the twentieth century.