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One of the great classics of prison literature Letters and Papers from Prison effectively serves as the last will and testament of the Lutheran theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a young German pastor who was executed by the Nazis in 1945 for his part in the “officers’ plot” to assassinate Adolf Hitler       Thi Another fantastic one for my uote series“Please don’t Vanished Kingdoms of the great classics My Brothers Love of prison literature Letters and Papers from Prison effectively serves as the last will and testament La casa que arde de noche of the Lutheran theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a young German pastor who was executed by the Nazis in 1945 for his part in the “officers’ plot” to assassinate Adolf Hitler       Thi Another fantastic Black woman black life one for my uote series“Please don’t

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S expanded version of Letters and Papers from Prison shifts the emphasis of earlier editions of Bonhoeffer’s theological reflections to the private sphere of his life His letters appear in greater detail and show his daily concerns Letters from Bonhoeffer’s parents siblings and other relatives have also been added in addition to previously Oh my As if I weren't already inordinately fond of Bonhoef La casa que arde de noche of Letters and Papers from Prison shifts the emphasis Black woman black life of earlier editions Los ritos del agua: Trilogía de La Ciudad Blanca 2 (Autores Españoles e Iberoamericanos) of Bonhoeffer’s theological reflections to the private sphere Heads, Features and Faces (Dover Anatomy for Artists) of his life His letters appear in greater detail and show his daily concerns Letters from Bonhoeffer’s parents siblings and Evolve Level 4 Students Book other relatives have also been added in addition to previously Oh my As if I weren't already inordinately fond Professional Daily Fantasy Football of Bonhoef


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  1. says:

    Another fantastic one for my uote series“Please don’t ever get anxious or worry about me but don’t forget to pray for me – I’m sure you don’t I am so sure of God’s guiding hand that I hope I shall always be kept in that certainty You must never doubt that I’m traveling with gratitude and cheerfulness along the road where I’m being led My past life is brim full of God’s goodness and my sins are covered by the forgiving love of Christ crucified”One of my favorite research papers to write was one on Christian German resistance during World War II While I could go on for days discussing it which I’m sure you find shocking I’ll just stick to one of the main players from that Dietrich Bonhoeffer He was arrested and later executed 23 days before Berlin was captured by the allies for the discovery of his connection to anti Hitler conspiracies think the movie Valkyrie Prior to being moved to a concentration camp he was in prison where he wrote numerous lettersAbove is from one of them Incredible Knowing there was a high possibility he would die at the hands of people who lived by hate he was about honoring God and forgiveness As Timothy Keller concluded “Bonhoeffer uses divine forgiveness to help him understand human forgiveness As Bonhoeffer says everyone who forgives someone bears the other’s sins” So much to take from both of those uotesHave you read any of Bonhoeffer? What are your thoughts? You can join in here


  2. says:

    Really enjoyed the sections where D talked about the problems of faith in the modern world now post modern The world according to D has rejected God as a beginning point for science philosophy and even theology Christians are now called to live with Christ in a world that has rejected religion without being religious In the letters D's ideas were not completely expressed but a lot of interesting thoughts could come out of what he did write ONe can see where Peter Rollins got a lot of his inspiration for some of his ideas from this volume ie deus ex machina etc I would not recommend this book to those who aren't interested in or ready for theological issues and perplexities I like the fact that D could ruminate on the problems of faith discussing Bultmann Barth Kant and others and yet have a simple real trusting faith in Christ We suffer with Christ in a world that has rejected God The Christian does not run and hide; but embracing his calling to live in a world without God and suffer with Christ in that world


  3. says:

    You must never doubt that I'm traveling with gratitude and cheerfulness along the road where I'm being led Dietrich Bonhoeffer letter from prison Aug 23 1944My sister pointed out how much significant writing comes from people who were incarcerated The Apostle Paul several of his epistles Martin Luther King Jr Letter from a Birmingham Jail John Bunyan wrote at least the first part of The Pilgrim's Progress while in jail I'm sure there are many other examples and Letters and Papers from Prison certainly belongs with the othersThis is the greatly enlarged edition The original edition limited itself to Bonhoeffer's letters and only to those that addressed theological concepts This edition includes many letters written to him and his letters on temporal matters Thus we not only learn about his theology we see him living it out We see him also as a plain old human with needs wants and fears Several of his early letters to his parents include a reuest for smoking materialsAlmost all of the theology comes in letters written to his friend and in law Eberhard Bethge who married Bonhoeffer's niece This is theology raw and one suspects it might have been refined a bit before it had been released as a theological work for a larger audience Some of it is troubling and some of it I just don't get But the essence of it I think is summed up in a phrase that has become popular Christianity is not a religion it's a relationship Don't misunderstand Bonhoeffer doesn't use that phrase But I think it's what he was getting atThis edition may have been expanded a tad too much I don't think his random notes serve any purpose I don't think he was a very good poet but I don't know much about poetry But what emerges overall is a moving portrait of a man of remarkable humanity courage and conviction in a time of incredible darkness


  4. says:

    From April 1943 to April 1945 Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a prisoner of the Gestapo Suspected of participating in a plot against Hitler he was eventually executed in the closing days of World War II This book is a collection of letters he wrote from prison to his family his fiancee Maria and his dearest friend EberhardBonhoeffer was in his late 30s when he was arrested He was a Lutheran theologian who had publicly uestioned the rise of fascism and anti Semitism in Germany and was systematically silenced by Hitler's government unable finally to publish any of his writings or to preach in any pulpit Along with other members of his family Bonhoeffer secretly participated in an effort led by officers of Army Intelligence to undermine the war effort Attempting to build a case against him the Gestapo kept him a prisoner awaiting trial Incriminating evidence did not emerge until after the July 1944 attempt on Hitler's life And at this point the letters stop as Bonhoeffer was transported to another prison and eventually to a series of concentration campsThe letters in this volume describe in detail the routines of prison life And they offer a glimpse of life lived by ordinary civilians during months of aerial bombardments as the fabric of daily life slowly crumbles They also reveal the thoughts and emotions of a man whose faith in God and trust in survival are put to the severest test While he is remembered by those who knew him in his last months as a fiercely brave courageous and selfless man we see in the letters his inner turmoil his fear loneliness and sense of isolation in a world his theology never imaginedIncluded in the collection are polite and cheerful love letters to the young Maria von Wedemeyer to whom he has proposed marriage And deeply moving still are his heart felt letters to Eberhard Bethge a fellow clergyman and dearly loved friend It was Bethge many years later who collected these letters and published them; he has also written an extensive biography of Bonhoeffer The letters to Maria von Wedemeyer have been published separately as Love Letters from Cell 92 A collection of Bethge's essays on Dietrich Bonhoeffer was publisehd in 1995 under the title Friendship and Resistance They portray Bonhoeffer's friendship with Bethge and describe how the prison letters between them survivedBonhoeffer's life should have been that of a theologian much respected in his own time who in a large body of work advanced an understanding of God for a modern secular world His years cut short we can only guess what his final contribution would have been But the letters are an inspiring testament to a life lived without compromise or despair in the face of overwhelmingly destructive forces


  5. says:

    Oh my As if I weren't already inordinately fond of Bonhoeffer his writings and his life this collection of his letters and notes written while he was in prison on suspicion of conspiracy to assassinate Hitler cements him in my high estimation I feel so many things about this book In the midst of such a difficult painful experience Bonhoeffer displays deep faith and profound composure in his letters to his family and fiance I was often struck by how much pain he tries to alleviate in their experience of a loved one being in prison And it always feels sincere Granted Bonhoeffer's World War II German prison experience was comfortable than was typical but I truly believe him when he writes he is comfortable at peace and even finding ways to enjoy solitude He expresses expected frustration at the legal delays and sadness at missing big family events but it is always with an acceptance of God's timing and allowance The book is also a wonderful look into Bonhoeffer's intimate theological wonderings but I actually treasure the book most for the deep friendship and love displayed in the letters between him and Eberhard Bethge Whereas Bonhoeffer displays strength and poise in his letters to his family he lets the walls down with Bethge Through the letters and personally spiritual poems he sends to Bethge we get a uniue look into the deep emotional humanity of a rather stoic German theologian I was struck by Bonhoeffer's many reuests to Bethge to write longer letters and to respond in depth to Bonhoeffer's uestions and spiritual explorations In the midst of an imposed ascetic lifestyle Bonhoeffer found treasures in his own writings and in the writings of his loved ones Even Bonhoeffer's poetry while uite poor revealed surprising emotional depths in a typically cool objective man Bonhoeffer clearly received uniue encouragement and affirmation from Bethge not only in Bethge's letters but in the space created between the two friends for emotional expression support and spiritual discovery It was an incredibly poignant reading experienceI cried while reading the last 30 pages of this book I am tearing up writing this review I only say that to illustrate how unexpectedly emotional I was reading Bonhoeffer's letters despite the minimal action and the rather staid tone I can't wait to read of Bonhoeffer's works and to reread Metaxas' biography with a deeper knowledge of the man himself Bonhoeffer's commitment to the necessary worldliness of Christian living is inspirational not just because of the depth of his wisdom but because of the example he provides in his life imprisonment and death


  6. says:

    In prison for his resistance against the Nazi regime Bonhoeffer struggles with what it means to be a christian in the postmodern world Here is where he begins to formulate his idea of religionless Christianity he writes with the urgency immediacy and raw emotion of a man wrestling WITH and at the same time resting WITHIN a real God in a real world gone mad He writes with the power of kierkegaard and the uiet passion of Buber all at the same time This book helped me find the courage to face my own hard uestions of faith head on


  7. says:

    I cannot recommend this edition given the other ones that are available but I happened to have it Context is needed not least because Bonhoeffer was playing a role in many of his letters for the censors and they read as being pretty naive and over cheerful I finally started reading the relevant parts of Bonhoeffer Pastor Martyr Prophet Spy beside it and that helped a lotWhat made B such a great man? He was brilliant and came from a great family and had great opportunities But I think one of the biggest factors that made him the man he was was his discipline He was very disciplined about meditating on the Bible and prayer though not in a fundamentalist way Further as he wrote in his poem 'Stations on the Road to Freedom' discipline is essential to freedom including the ability to act and do the right thing Reading this book even knowing the ending in advance is sad It's sad that we lost such a man to the insanity of Nazi Germany But B believed in a greater life than the one that he was living and he hoped in that in very difficult circumstances 'This is the end For me the beginning of life'


  8. says:

    The brilliance of this book lies in the intimacy you get with the authors mostly Bethge and Bonhoeffer The cheerfulness and resilience displayed by Bonhoeffer implicated in many of his letters are extremely admirable What can be uite hard about reading these letters with little background knowledge is the high degree of familiarity assumed Because Bethge and Bonhoeffer were very close they could express a world of thought in half a sentence which makes it sometimes hard for an outsider to grasp the complete meaning Still even for the reader less acuainted with Bonhoeffer's other works this is a great way to pick his brain a little bit 70 years later


  9. says:

    The story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer is tragic and inspiring This edition of his letters and papers from a Nazi prison provides invaluable primary source material in the context of events that engulfed Bonhoeffer during World War II Of course as a result of his circumstances he had to be circumspect as it was evident that the Nazi authorities would read his correspondenceBonhoeffer made the long journey from Lutheran nonresistance to the prevailing governmental authorities to a active resistance to Nazism For this he paid the price with his life


  10. says:

    Rev Bonhoeffer's prison writings; written while he was imprisoned by the Nazis I would recommend any of this great man's writings However I would not recommend this as a first book for someone unfamiliar with his work Because it is largely comprised of his letters it can be a bit disjointed and confusing to someone unfamiliar with his thought Best to start with The Cost of Discipleship or the Ethics