Since today is the remembrance of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s martyrdom, I thought I’d offer a few reflections on his theology – these are all reposts of thing I’ve already written. At any rate, here they are:
This was a fruitful conversation I had on the Facebook some time ago.
These are my thoughts in response to Kevin Davis’s perceptive series on Bonhoeffer.
Here’s one of the first in-depth posts I wrote on Bonhoeffer’s (in)famous ‘world come of age’ idea. Here’s part two.
Here’s why one of my favourite lines from Bonhoeffer is ‘Here, at least, what we call God is needed’
My thoughts on Bonhoeffer’s somewhat ambiguous ‘religionless Christianity’. Richard Beck’s post, with which I interact in my own post, remains one of the best expositions of Bonhoeffer’s theology I’ve found.
I wrote a short post comparing the theological methodology of Bonhoeffer and Torrance here.
I compare Calvin and Bonhoeffer’s doctrine of the knowledge of God here.
And, finally, one of the first things I ever wrote on Bonhoeffer and his christology.
Anyway, that’s all for now. If you know of any more good posts, link them in the comments and I’ll add them to the post.
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