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Table of Contents
1. Hauerwas and Nation on Bonhoeffer’s ‘Pacifism.’ A Literature Overview.
2. ‘Only by Rediscovering the Divine Office of Private Confession will the Protestant Church Find its Way Back to a Concrete Ethics.’ The Indispensability of Confession in Bonhoeffer’s Ethics
3. The Significance of Bonhoeffer’s Thought to the Recent Discussion of Sino- Christian Theology
4. ‘To Do What is Good is to Take the Form of Jesus Christ’: Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Approach to a Dynamic Ethic Donald Fergus
Feature Articles for the 70th Anniversary
‘Hope does not Disappoint’: Honouring the 70th Anniversary of the Death of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Erich von Dietze
On the Day before he Died: Reflection on the 70th Anniversary of Bonhoeffer’s Death
Bonhoeffer: From Intellectual Liberalism to a Christ Centred Natural Theology
Resurrection and Moral Imagination. Sarah Bachelard.
Reviewed by Maurice Schild
Letters to London: Bonhoeffer’s Previously Unpublished Correspondence with Ernst Cromwell, 1935-6. Stephen J Plant & Toni Burrowes-Cromwell (editors).
Reviewed by Dianne Rayson