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Bonhoeffer And King: Speaking Truth To Power (edition 2005)

by J. Deotis Roberts

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Title:Bonhoeffer And King: Speaking Truth To Power
Authors:J. Deotis Roberts
Info:Westminster John Knox Press (2005), Paperback, 160 pages, First Edition
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Tags:biography, theology, comparisons, Bonhoeffer, Dietrich; King, Jr., Martin Luther; 20th century theology

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0664226523, Paperback)

A study of two of the most significant prophetic leaders in the twentieth century, J. Deotis Roberts's Bonhoeffer and King is an instructive work in theological ethics. This book considers and compares the theological reflections that guided Bonhoeffer's courageous stand against Nazism and King's quest for civil rights in America.

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