Bonhoeffer on resistance : the word against the wheel / Michael P. DeJonge
Bonhoeffer thought and wrote a great deal about political life, but he did so neither as a political theorist nor a political activist but rather as a Christian pastor and theologian. Most of what he said about political resistance was said as a theologian, as one speaking on behalf of the church. For this reason, his thinking about political resistance can only be understood in the broader context of his theology. 'Bonhoeffer on Resistance' provides an account of Bonhoeffer's resistance thinking as a whole.
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018
Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-165) and index
- First edition
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