Roark, Dallas M. & Patterson, Bob E.
Köp 100 för 104 kr/st - spara 25%
Köp 50 för 111 kr/st - spara 20%
Köp 25 för 118 kr/st - spara 15%
Köp 10 för 122 kr/st - spara 12%
Köp 5 för 125 kr/st - spara 10%
Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906–1945) has influenced the entire post-World War II era with his life and legacy. Executed in a Nazi concentration camp, he has attained international recognition and fame. His prison experience resulted in writings focused on contemporary and future challenges facing the Christian church. For him, a Christian was called to participate in the suffering of God in the secular life, to be “a person for others.” “Who is Christ for us today?” was his insistent question.
Interest in Bonhoeffer remains at a high peak. This volume by Dallas Roark shows how Bonhoeffer has influenced both conservative and liberal wings of Christianity as well as secularists, and how he remains a source of inspiration for all Christians who suffer under oppressive political regimes.