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Bonhoeffer and Britain


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Publisher: CTBI Publications
ISBN-13: 9780851693071
Published: 01/01/2006
Product description

100 years after his birth, and just over 60 years after his death, the life and witness of Dietrich Bonhoeffer remain as provocatively relevant as ever in a world where religion is too often silent in face of injustice. This book offers new insights into Bonhoeffer for those already familiar with him, and a valuable introduction for those to whom he is still just a name.

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