9780800683122

Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works: Berlin: 1932-1933

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Summary

"Then came the crisis of 1933." This is Bonhoeffer's own phrase in a letter that documents a turning point in his own life as well as that of the nation. Of Bonhoeffer's own life at this time, his biographer writes, "The period of learning and roaming" from 1928 until 1931 "had come to an end" as the young lecturer, age 26, began to teach "on a faculty whose theology he did not share" and to preach "in a church whose self-confidence he regarded as unfounded." Bonhoeffer was becoming part of a society "that was moving toward political, social, and economic chaos."

Table of Contents

General Editor's Foreword to Dietrich Bonhoeffer Worksp. xiii
Abbreviationsp. xxi
Editor's Introduction to the English Editionp. 1
Berlin: 1932-1933
Letters and Documents
From Henry Louis Henriod, Geneva, November 2, 1932p. 53
To Wilhelm Stählin, Berlin, early November 1932p. 56
From Wilhelm Stählin, Mümster, November 4, 1932p. 58
Invitation from the Provisional Bureau for Ecumenical Youth Work, Münster-Berlin, November 1932p. 59
To Wilhelm Stählin, Berlin, before November 11, 1932p. 60
From Wilhelm Stählin, Münster, November 11, 1932p. 61
To August Wilhelm Schreiber Berlin, ca. November 21, 1932p. 62
From Adolf Deißmann to the Junior Teaching Faculty of Systematic Theology, Berlin, November 14, 1932p. 62
From Henry Louis Henriod, Geneva, November 18, 1932p. 63
From Caius Fabricius to Adolf Deißmann, Berlin, November 19, 1932p. 65
To the Berlin Office of the World Alliance for Promoting International Friendship through the Churches, Berlin, November 22, 1932p. 66
To Anneliese Schnurmann, Berlin, November 23, 1932p. 67
From Arnold Stolzenburg, Berlin, November 24, 1932p. 68
From Walter Künneth to the Theological Faculty, Berlin-Dahlem, November 24, 1932p. 68
Notice Posted at the Technical College, Berlin, November 25, 1932p. 69
To Adolf Deißmann, Berlin, November 26, 1932p. 70
To Paul Lehmann, Berlin, November 29, 1932p. 70
To Hans Schönfeld, Berlin, December 1, 1932p. 72
To Herbert Jehle, Berlin, December 1, 1932p. 72
To Max Diestel, Berlin, December 3, 1932p. 73
To Paul Althaus, December 5, 1932 (originally located in DBW 11)p. 73
To Wilhelm Stählin, Berlin, December 6, 1932p. 74
From the Provisional Bureau for Ecumenical Youth Work to Adolf Deißmann, Münster-Berlin, December 6, 1932p. 74
From Tamotsu Utsugi, Nakamura, December 6, 1932p. 75
From Adolf Deißman, Berlin, December 7, 1932p. 76
To Anneliese Schnurmann, Berlin, December 8, 1932p. 76
To Irma and Harold Boericke, Berlin, December 12, 1932p. 77
To Renate Lepsius, Berlin, December 14, 1932p. 79
To Joachim Kanitz, Berlin, before December 20, 1932p. 80
To Wilhelm Stählin, Berlin, December 22, 1932p. 80
To Karl Barth, Berlin, December 24, 1932p. 81
To Helmut Rößler, Berlin, December 25, 1932p. 82
From Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Berlin, December 27, 1932p. 85
To Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Berlin, January 5, 1933p. 86
From Renate Lepsius, Berlin, January 6, 1933p. 87
To Richard Jordan, Berlin, January 11, 1933p. 88
To Karl-Friedrich Bonhoeffer, Berlin, January 12, 1933p. 89
To Wilhelm Zoellner, Berlin, Janauary 29, 1933p. 90
Circular Letter to Colleagues and Friends, Berlin, February 2, 1933p. 91
From Karl Barth, Bonn, February 4, 1933p. 92
To Reinhold Niebuhr, Berlin, February 6, 1933p. 94
To Ludwig Tübben, Berlin, before February 23, 1933p. 95
To Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Berlin, March 3, 1933p. 96
From Henry Louis Henriod, Geneva, March 7, 1933p. 96
From Henry Louis Henriod', Geneva, April 12, 1933p. 97
To Nils Ehrenström, Berlin, ca. April 13-15, 1933p. 98
To Karl Barth, Berlin, April 14, 1933p. 99
To Erwin Suez, Berlin, April 14, 1933p. 100
From Karl Barth, Bern, April 18, 1933p. 103
To Erich Seeberg, Berlin, April 21, 1933p. 104
To Karl Barth, Berlin, April 22, 1933p. 105
From Théodore de Félice, Geneva, May 3, 1933p. 106
To Théodore de Félice, Berlin, May 5, 1933p. 106
Appeal from the Young Reformation Movement, May 9, 1933p. 107
Appeal from the Berlin Pastors, Berlin, after May 9, 1933p. 109
From Theodore de Félice, Geneva, May 16, 1933p. 111
To Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Berlin, May 17, 1933p. 112
To Johannes von Schneidemesser, Berlin, before May 23, 1933p. 113
From Théodore de Félice, Geneva, May 24, 1933p. 114
To Théodore de Félice, Berlin, May 31, 1933p. 114
From Henry Louis Henriod, Geneva, June 1, 1933p. 115
From Théodore de Félice, Geneva, June 2, 1933p. 117
From Théodore de Félice, Geneva, June 9, 1933p. 118
Report to the Berlin Consistory, Berlin, June 13, 1933p. 118
To Richard Wienstein, Berlin, June 19, 1933p. 120
Reich Chancellery Memorandum, Berlin, June 20, 1933p. 121
From Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Berlin, June 21, 1933p. 122
Minutes of Meeting "The Struggle for the Church, " Berlin, after June 22, 1933p. 123
To Théodore de Félice, Berlin, June 23, 1933p. 131
From Kurt Zielinski, Berlin, June 23, 1933p. 132
From Théodore de Félice, Geneva, June 26, 1933p. 132
From Gertrud Staewen, Niendorf, June 26, 1933p. 134
To Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Berlin, July 1, 1933p. 134
Theses by the Student Members of the Young Reformation Movement at the University of Berlin, July 4, 1933p. 135
Declaration of the Berlin Pastors, Berlin, July 6, 1933p. 137
To Théodore de Félice, Berlin, July 17, 1933p. 139
To Erwin Sutz, Berlin, July 17, 1933p. 140
From Willy Fries, Berlin, July 17, 1933p. 141
Circular Letter "To Members and Friends of the Young Reformation Movement, " Berlin, July 18, 1933p. 141
To Friedrich Singer, Berlin, July 19, 1933p. 143
From Theodor Heckel to Friedrich Singer, Berlin, July 19, 1933p. 143
From Arthur Burroughs, Ripon, July 21, 1933p. 145
From Friedrich Singer, London, July 21, 1933p. 146
To Théodore de Félice, Berlin, July 24, 1933p. 147
From Emil Karow, Berlin, July 26, 1933p. 147
From Théodore de Félice, Le Chambon sur Lignon, July 27, 1933p. 148
From Berlin Seminarians to Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, Berlin, July 31, 1933p. 149
From the Election Committee of the German Evangelical Churches of Sydenham and St. Paul to the Church Chancellery of the German Evangelical Church, London, July 31, 1933p. 150
From Berlin Theology Students to Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, Berlin, August 1, 1933p. 150
To Théodore de Félice, Berlin, August 7, 1933p. 152
From Wolfgang Schlunk, Tübingen, August 12, 1933p. 152
From the Church Chancellery of the German Evangelical Church, Berlin, August 15, 1933p. 153
From Wilhelm Lütgert to Georg Gerullis, Berchtesgaden, August 15, 1933p. 154
To Friedrich Singer, Bethel, August 15, 1933p. 155
To the Church Chancellery of the German Evangelical Church, Berlin, August 17, 1933p. 156
To Julie Bonhoeffer, Bethel, August 20, 1933p. 157
From Erich Seeberg, Berlin, August 20, 1933p. 159
From Emil Karow, Berlin, August 21, 1933p. 160
From Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, Bethel, August 26, 1933p. 160
From Friedrich Singer, London, August 27, 1933p. 161
From the Church Chancellery of the German Evangelical Church, Berlin, August 31, 1933p. 162
To Friedrich Singer, Berlin, September 1, 1933p. 162
From the Prussian Ministry for Education and Cultural Affairs to Wilhelm Lütgert, Berlin, September 4, 1933p. 163
To Henry Louis Henriod, Berlin, September 5, 1933p. 163
Draft for a "Statement from Opposition Pastors, " Bethel, September 9, 1933p. 164
To Karl Barth, Berlin, September 9, 1933p. 164
From Karl Barth, Oberrieden, September 11, 1933p. 166
From Hermann Sasse, Erlangen, September 12, 1933p. 169
To Wilhelm Stählin, Berlin, before September 14, 1933p. 171
From Wilhelm Stählin, Münster, September 14, 1933p. 172
Statement by the Executive Committee of the World Alliance for Promoting International Friendship through the Churches, Sofia, September 15-20, 1933p. 174
Draft for a Petition to the National Synod of the German Evangelical Church, Berlin, September 24, 1933p. 175
Report to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the German Legation in Sofia, September 26, 1933p. 177
From Wolfgang Schlunk, Tübingen, September 26, 1933p. 179
Statement of the Berlin Pastors "To the National Synod of the German Evangelical Church, " Berlin, September 27, 1933p. 181
To Friedrich Singer, Berlin, September 30, 1933p. 184
To Theodor Heckel, Berlin, October 4, 1933p. 184
Memorandum from Theodor Heckel, Berlin, October 6, 1933p. 185
From Paul Theodor Jensen, Königsfeld/Black Forest, October 7, 1933p. 186
To Ove Valdemar Ammundsen, Berlin, October 10, 1933p. 187
From Emil Karow to the Berlin Church Consistory, Berlin, October 14, 1933p. 187
Essays and Lectures
Winter Semester 1932/1933p. 191
Lecture: "Review and Discussion of New Publications in Systematic Theology" (Student Notes)p. 191
Dogmatic Exercises on "Theological Anthropology" (Student Notes)p. 214
Review of Robert Jelke, Vernunft und Offenbarungp. 233
Memorandum: "The 'Social Gospel' (Soziale Evangelium)"p. 236
Essay: "On Karl Heim's Glaube und Denken"p. 243
Lecture: "Christ and Peace" (Student Notes)p. 258
Essay: "What Is Church?"p. 262
Essay: "The Younger Generation's Altered View of the Concept of Führer"p. 266
Lecture: "The Führer and the Individual in the Younger Generation"p. 268
Discussion Paper for the Ecumenical Conference in Dasselp. 282
Essay: "Thy Kingdom Come! The Prayer of the Church-Community for God's Kingdom on Earth"p. 285
Summer Semester 1933p. 299
Lectures on Christology (Student Notes)p. 299
Essay: "The Church and the Jewish Question"p. 361
Memorandum: "The Jewish-Christian Question as Status Confessionis"p. 371
The Bethel Confession (First Draft and August Version)p. 374
Theses on "The Aryan Paragraph in the Church"p. 425
Essay: "What Should a Student of Theology Do Today?"p. 432
Sermons, Homilies, and Liturgiesp. art 3
Sermon on Revelation 2: 4-5, 7, Berlin, Reformation Sunday, November 6, 1932p. 439
Homily on Daniel 10: 1, 8, 16-19, Berlin, December 1, 1932p. 446
Liturgy for a Seminar Worship Service, Berlin, December 20, 1932p. 448
Sermon on Matthew 8: 23-27, Berlin, Second Sunday after Epiphany, January 15, 1933p. 454
Sermon on Judges 6: 15-16; 7: 2; 8: 23, Berlin, First Sunday in Lent, February 26, 1933p. 461
Sermon on 1 Peter l: 7b-9, Berlin, Ascension Day, May 25, 1933p. 468
Sermon on Exodus 32: 1-8, 15-16, 18-20, 30-35, Berlin, Sixth Sunday after Easter (Exaudi), May 28, 1933p. 472
Sermon on Matthew 16: 13-18, Berlin, Sixth Sunday after Trinity, July 23, 1933p. 477
Editor's Afterword to the German Edition Ernst-Albert Scharffenorthp. 483
Concerning the History of the Bethel Confession Carsten Nicolaisenp. 509
Theses on Youth Work in the Churchp. 515
Appendices
Chronology 1932-1933p. 519
Unpublished Material from Bonhoeffer's Literary Estate and Other Sources, 1932-1933p. 525
Texts Published in DBWE 12, Gesammelte Schriften, and Mündige Welt 5p. 526
Bibliograp
Archival Sources and Private Collectionsp. 529
Literature Used by Bonhoefferp. 531
Literature Mentioned by Bonhoeffer's Correspondentsp. 540
Literature Consulted by the Editorsp. 541
Index of Scriptural Referencesp. 561
Index of Namesp. 565
Index of Subjectsp. 617
Editors and Translatorsp. 679
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