''This book has been waiting to be written. I am delighted to be numbered amongst its readers and commend it to others.''
— John W. de Gruchy, editor of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Fortress Press, 1991)
''Explaining the grip of Bonhoeffer on people of different cultures and perspectives is a worthy and intriguing subject. . . . A valuable resource.''
— Larry Rasmussen,
Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Social Ethics,
Union Theological Seminary, New York City
''Stephen Haynes's analysis of Bonhoeffer's 'sainthood' may seem iconoclastic to some, especially in regard to the 'Jewish Question'; but this is the best kind of iconoclasm as it attests to Bonhoeffer's complexity, which continues to push us to break new ground.''
— Josiah U. Young III,
author of No Difference in the Fare:
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Problem of Racism