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Christ the Center (Harper's Ministers Paperback Library) (original 1933; edition 1978)

by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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The New York Times Book Review states, "It would be impossible to overrate Dietrich Bonhoeffer's importance as a disciple, a great Christian and moral leader." Christ the Center cogently presents the basis of Bonhoeffer's thinking about Jesus Christ and offers the key to his entire theology. A classic work of Christological thought, both edifying and uplifting, Christ the Center is an enlightening guide to faith and action in uncertain times.… (more)
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Title:Christ the Center (Harper's Ministers Paperback Library)
Authors:Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Info:HarperOne (1978), Paperback, 128 pages
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Much harder for me to follow than 'Life Together,' or 'Letters & Papers From Prison.' Didn't initially realize that Bonhoeffer did not write this book per se - it was compiled from his notes by one of his students.

Profound, as always, but felt choppy and lacked the coherency that I've found in his other writings.
  alyoshamoran | Mar 26, 2007 |
Here is the key to thought of one of our time's central moral figures. It reveals Bonhoeffer's deep, firm roots in Christian doctrine, and it relates that doctrine to twentieth-century decisions every Christian must face. Essential for those interested in the developement of Bonhoeffer's thinking, Christ the Center is as well an important addition to Christological thought and a clear guides to how we are to believe and act in the uncertainty of the times. These lectures originally delivered at the University of Berlin (reconstructed by Eberhard Bethge from students' notes) have been completely retranslated by Edwin Robertson for this new edition. ( )
  LTW | Sep 1, 2006 |
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