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Bonhoeffer : Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spyby Unknown
Harpercollins Christian Pub
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From the New York Times bestselling author of Amazing Grace, a groundbreaking biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, one of the greatest heroes of the twentieth century, the man who stood up to Hitler. A definitive, deeply moving narrative, Bonhoeffer is a story of moral courage in the face of the monstrous evil that was Nazism. After discovering the fire of true faith in a Harlem church, Bonhoeffer returned to Germany and became one of the first to speak out against Hitler. As a double-agent, he joined the plot to assassinate the Fuhrer, and was hanged in Flossenberg concentration camp at age 39. Since his death, Bonhoeffer has grown to be one of the most fascinating, complex figures of the 20th century. Bonhoeffer presents a profoundly orthodox Christian theologian whose faith led him to boldly confront the greatest evil of the 20th century, and uncovers never-before-revealed facts, including the story of his passionate romance.
Table of Contents
|Family and Childhood||p. 5|
|Tübingen, 1923||p. 41|
|Roman Holiday, 1924||p. 49|
|Student in Berlin, 1924-27||p. 58|
|Barcelona, 1928||p. 69|
|Berlin, 1929||p. 88|
|Bonhoeffer in America, 1930-31||p. 99|
|Berlin, 1931-32||p. 119|
|The Führer Principle, 1933||p. 138|
|The Church and the Jewish Question||p. 150|
|Nazi Theology||p. 165|
|The Church Struggle Begins||p. 176|
|The Bethel Confession||p. 183|
|Bonhoeffer in London, 1934-35||p. 195|
|The Church Battle Heats Up||p. 204|
|The Conference at Fano||p. 234|
|The Road to Zingst and Finkenwalde||p. 246|
|Zingst and Finkenwalde||p. 261|
|Scylla and Charybdis, 1935-36||p. 278|
|Mars Ascending, 1938||p. 302|
|The Great Decision, 1939||p. 321|
|The End of Germany||p. 347|
|From Confession to Conspiracy||p. 358|
|Plotting Against Hitler||p. 380|
|Bonhoeffer Scores a Victory||p. 394|
|Bonhoeffer in Love||p. 405|
|Killing Adolf Hitler||p. 423|
|Cell 92 at Tegel Prison||p. 432|
|Valkyrie and the Stauffenberg Plot||p. 475|
|On the Road to Freedom||p. 517|
|Afterword: The One Thing I Regret About My Book||p. 543|
|About the Author||p. 571|
|Epilogue and Errata||p. 575|
|Reading Group Guide||p. 593|
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