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The SPCK Introduction to Bonhoeffer
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The SPCK Introduction to Bonhoeffer

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SPCK 2010

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Overview

Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s insightful writings and staunch resistance to the Nazi party have ensured that he remains one of the twentieth century’s most influential theologians. This accessible and engaging introduction, written by an internationally acclaimed Bonhoeffer scholar, considers the role Bonhoeffer played in resisting the Nazis and explains his attitude toward the Holocaust.

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Key Features

  • Introduces the life and ideas of this insightful theologian
  • Analyzes Bonhoeffer’s thinking from a Christian perspective
  • Discusses the lasting effect of this influential individual

Contents

  • Bonhoeffer: A Life in Outline
  • Persistent Themes: Christ, Sociality, This-Wordliness and ‘One Realm’
  • The Prison Theology: ‘Religionless Christianity’
  • Bonhoeffer, the Jews and the Holocaust
  • Pursuing Bonhoeffer

Praise for the Print Edition

A reliable and readable guide to Bonhoeffer’s legacy for a new generation of students and a much wider circle of readers.

John W. de Gruchy, professor emeritus, University of Cape Town

Product Details

  • Title: The SPCK Introduction to Bonhoeffer
  • Author: Keith Clements
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 128

About Keith Clements

Keith Clements studied at Cambridge and Oxford, and received his PhD from Bristol University. He was senior tutor at Bristol Baptist College and part-time lecturer at the University of Bristol from 1977 to 1990, secretary for international affairs in the Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland from 1990 to 1997, and general secretary of the Conference of European Churches from 1997 to 2005. He has written extensively on Christian life and thought, with a special interest in Dietrich Bonhoeffer. He is the author of Bonhoeffer and Britain and the editor of Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works Vol. 13: London 1933–35.

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