Luther, Bonhoeffer, and Public Ethics

Luther, Bonhoeffer, and Public Ethics

by Victoria J. BarnettHeinrich Bedford-Strohm Karen L. Bloomquist and others

Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe) Publication Date: 15/09/2018

  $145.52

Prompted by the 2017 commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, this book examines the legacy of Martin Luther in the life, work, and reception of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the most widely read modern Lutheran theologian. Framing the commemoration of the Reformation in conversation with Bonhoeffer’s legacy places much more than Bonhoeffer’s connection to Luther at stake. Given the fraught relationship of the Lutheran Bonhoeffer with the German Protestant Church under National Socialism, the question inevitably arises: “What happened to Luther’s church in Germany?” This in turn prompts the question: “How did the Protestant tradition play out in public life in other nations?” And these historical issues in turn encourage reflection on a question that exercised both Luther and Bonhoeffer: “What will be the shape of the church in the future?” In these pages, an international group of scholars and practitioners from both church and state pursues these questions.

ISBN:
9781978703469
9781978703469
Category:
Christian theology
Format:
Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe)
Publication Date:
15-09-2018
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fortress Academic
Euan Cameron

Euan Cameron is an editor and translator. Madeleine is his first novel. He worked in book publishing and as a literary journalist for many years before becoming a translator from French.

His translations include works by Julien Green, Paul Morand, Simone de Beauvoir, Patrick Modiano and Philippe Claudel, as well as biographies of Marcel Proust and Irene Nemirovsky.

He was appointed Chevalier dans l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2011.

Kevin Rudd

Kevin Rudd is an Australian former Labor politician. A former diplomat, Queensland Government official, Foreign Affairs Minister, Leader of the Labour Party and twice Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin seemed destined to lead Australia for many years.

Despite securing a 2007 landslide victory with a 23-seat swing in his party's favour, a coup saw him ousted from the prime ministership until he reclaimed it for the 2013 election, losing to Tony Abbott.

Kevin now lives in New York with his wife Thérèse.

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