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Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Author) Daniel W. Bloesch (Translator) Geffrey B. Kelly (Author of the Introduction) Victoria J. Barnett (Editor)
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November 1, 2015

Dietrich Bonhoeffer bequeathed to humanity a legacy of theological creativity and spirituality that continues to intrigue people from a variety of backgrounds. Life Together gathers Bonhoeffer’s 1938 reflections on the character of Christian community, based on the common life that he and his seminarians experienced at the Finkenwalde Seminary.

 

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Author) Barbara Green (Translator) Reinhard Krauss (Translator) Geffrey B. Kelly (Author of the Introduction) Victoria J. Barnett (Editor)
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November 1, 2015

Discipleship is a classic exposition of what it means to follow Christ in a modern world beset by a dangerous and criminal government.

“Every call of Jesus is a call to death,” Bonhoeffer wrote. His own life ended in martyrdom on April 9, 1945.

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November 1, 2015

Citizenship in Heaven and on Earth examines the historical development of Barth’s ethics and traces the vital influences and shifts in Barth’s understanding of the ethical task, situating him within his political context. 

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Author) Reinhard Krauss (Translator) Charles C. West (Translator) Victoria J. Barnett (Editor) Clifford J. Green (Author of the Introduction)
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November 1, 2015

Ethics is the culmination of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s theological and personal odyssey. Using the acclaimed Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works English translation and adapted to a more accessible format, this new edition features an insightful introduction by Clifford Green and supplemental material from Victoria J. Barnett

 

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November 1, 2015

The new edition of Mark Lewis Taylor’s award-winning The Executed God is both a searing indictment of the structures of “Lockdown America” and a visionary statement of hope. 

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November 1, 2015

“Ultimately,” wrote H. Richard Niebuhr in 1929, “the problem of church and world involves us in a paradox; unless the church accommodates itself to the world it becomes sterile inwardly and outwardly; unless it transcends the world it becomes indistinguishable from the world and loses its effectiveness no less surely.”

 

Karen V. Guth (Author)
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September 1, 2015

In contemporary reflection on Christianity and politics, the work of realist, witness, and feminist theologians has been done in isolation. Christian Ethics at the Boundary offers the first collaborative approach to public and political theology.

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