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The Bonhoeffer Legacy: Australasian Journal of Bonhoeffer Studies Volume 3 No 2 (PDF)

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Table of Contents


Editorial: Terence Lovat


Refereed Articles


1. Suffering Christ’s Call: Discipleship and the Cross


Michael Mawson


2. Spiritual Empowerment for Love: Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Ethics of Resistance


Jean-Pierre Fortin


3. The Hidden and Overlooked Discussions of Children in Sanctorum Communio and Act and Being


Andrew Root


4. Bonhoeffer was a Revolutionary, but was he a Democrat?


John A Moses


5. Confessing Church, Finkenwalde and Bonhoeffer in Context: Otto Berendts’ Report of a Contemporary


Maurice Schild (a translation from the original German)


Book Reviews Bonhoeffer, Christ and Culture by Keith L Johnson and Timothy Larsen (editors)


Reviewed by John Moses


Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus: Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance by Reggie L Williams


Reviewed by Terence Lovat

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The Bonhoeffer Legacy: Australasian Journal of Bonhoeffer Studies is a fully refereed academic journal aimed principally at providing an outlet for an ever expanding Bonhoeffer scholarship in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific region, as well as being open to article submissions from Bonhoeffer scholars throughout the world. It also aims to elicit and encourage future and ongoing scholarship in the field. The focus of the journal, captured in the notion of ‘Legacy’, is on any aspect of Bonhoeffer’s life, theology and political action that is relevant to his immense contribution to twentieth century events and scholarship. ‘Legacy’ can be understood as including those events and ideas that contributed to Bonhoeffer’s own development, those that constituted his own context or those that have developed since his time as a result of his work. The editors encourage and welcome any scholarship that contributes to the journal’s aims. The journal also has book reviews.

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