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Overview Never before published in English! This newly translated compilation offers meditations, essays, and personal statements about the Bible that span Bonhoeffer's entire career. Here is the Reformation doctrine of sola Scriptura as depicted by one of the 20th century's most powerful proponents. 96 pages, softcover. Hendrickson.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a thirty-nine year old pastor when the Nazis executed him for participating in a plot to overthrow Adolf Hitler. What caused this rather cerebral, well-educated, and philosophical young man to risk his life and reputation to stand with others against the brutality of the Nazis?
Never before published in English, this newly translated compilation offers Bonhoeffer's meditations and essays about the Bible across his writing career. In addition excerpts from his letters and speeches provide a personal glimpse of one of the greatest theologians of the 20th century.
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Bonhoeffer on the Bible Feb 19, 2007
I love this little book. It is a compilation of Bonhoeffer's meditations and essays on the Bible. I especially enjoyed the excerpts from his letters placed in between each reflection.
Here is one of my favorites that Bonhoeffer writes from Tegel Prison in sincere honesty... "Once again, I am going through weeks in which I read little in the Bible. I never really know what I should make of this. I don't feel guilty, or that I'm somehow getting behind, and I also know that after a while I will have a craving to plunge back into it. Can one think of this as an entirely "natural" spiritual process? I'm almost inclined to think so."
This book reveals Bonhoeffer's love for God's Word. It is (by his own admission) the very thing that made Bonhoeffer the man we know today. You will enjoy this simple yet refreshing read. I believe you will find that it reads as a devotional and still delivers the spiritual challenges that Bonhoeffer is known for.
For those new to Bonhoeffer, I suggest reading: "The Cost of Discipleship" "Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Faith in Community" "Christ the Center"