Charles Marsh brings readers closer to Dietrich Bonhoeffer than, at the very least, any prior biographer writing in English.
Our guests know that resurrection defies logic. That is why they come sidling through our doors—every one of them comes hoping for it.
Why is theological education necessary? What are the conditions of its fruitfulness? Such questions are both basic and perplexing.
These sermons, selected and introduced by Isabel Best, range in time from Bonhoeffer's pastoral tenure in Barcelona to a few months after the start of World War II.