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Bonhoeffer

Dietrich . 1906--45, German Lutheran theologian: executed by the Nazis
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In that poem from his Letters and Papers From Prison, Bonhoeffer suggests that while need can bring people to their knees, Christian faith leads people beyond self-concern to recognize and respond to God's presence in everyone in need.
Sermons reveal how Bonhoeffer theologically confronted the rise of National Socialism in Germany in the midst of a proclamation of Christ's gospel.
Bonhoeffer proposed an ethics that focused on the concrete reality of this world and on the unique context in which an ethical choice must be made.
Beyond Bonhoeffer's symbolic act of defiance in attending an African American church in 1930, Bonhoeffer and Powell exemplified what would now be given various labels, including cross-cultural communication and learning, a diversity case study, the difference an ally can make and the power of inclusion.
So, Bonhoeffer was a dialectical theologian from the beginning, including his understanding of religion.
Prof Bonhoeffer was employed by Great Ormond Street from 2001 to May 24, 2010, as a consultant cardiologist, and from 2002 as head of cardiology.
World-renowned Bonhoeffer faces a list of charges at a Medical Practioners Service Tribunal hearing this weekend in Manchester.
It is interesting to watch Rudd's struggle to be a Christian in the truest Bonhoeffer sense.
As he awaited his approaching execution by the Nazis, Bonhoeffer wrote that, in prison, "the godlessness of the world is not.
At first glance, the title Bonhoeffer and the Biosciences seems puzzling.
BONHOEFFER AND KING: THEIR LEGACIES AND IMPORT FOR CHRISTIAN SOCIAL THOUGHT.
Heart specialist Phillip Bonhoeffer, 49, who worked at London's Great Ormond Street hospital, faced allegations relating to time he spent working in Kenya.