Bonhoeffer


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Bon·hoef·fer

(bon'hŏrf-fĕr),
Karl, German psychiatrist, 1868-1948. See: Bonhoeffer sign.
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Though a theological giant and a martyr in the making, Bonhoeffer still faced the mundane realities of life.
It seems one should be able to extract a secular ethic from the thinking of a man so generous in his views and so positive in his treatment of the secular world as Bonhoeffer, yet to do so is to defeat his clear intentions.
Unforgettable for Bonhoeffer was the joyful, emotional liberation of Black Baptist worship, particularly in its music and audience participation.
Barth and Kraemer disagreed with Bonhoeffer about the nonreligious world.
Prof Bonhoeffer was also found, between 2001 and 2008, to have arranged for Kenyan male children and young male adults, to whom he was providing financial support and gifts, to stay with him in the flat.
Six children and young adults claim Bonhoeffer, shared a bed with them or groped them.
As Bonhoeffer affirmed with his last words: "This is for me.
Bonhoeffer helps us to avoid what Song calls "posthumanism" and leads us to develop an approach to technology that is more faithful and contextually concrete.
These comprehensive portraits of the contexts, theologies, and legacies of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Martin Luther King Jr.
Bonhoeffer, who strongly denies wrongdoing, was due before a fitness to practise panel to hear the allegations.
based Medtronic, came in the late-1990s from Philipp Bonhoeffer, M.
In part 1, Malesic examines three figures who advocated concealment of Christian identity in public life: Cyril of Jerusalem, Soren Kierkegaard, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.