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'Of the many graces which Bonhoeffer possessed, his gift for poetry is perhaps the least recognised, even though his verse illuminates much about him and his thought. As they contemplate Bonhoeffer's poems, these essays conduct their readers towards some of his deepest life-experiences and theological commitments, and show once again how much he continues to astonish, move and instruct us.' — John Webster, King's College, Aberdeen Scotland, UK
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'Whoever contemplates Bonhoeffer's prison poems gains unique insights in the life and work of this great theologian. Bernd Wannenwetsch and the contributions in this collection offer such insights now to the English speaking world. The eleven studies on the theological poetry of this truly ecumenical martyr will enrich international scholarship with new theological inspirations on what it means to be a Christian today.' — Jürgen Henkys, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
(Jürgen Henkys)

"I've been waiting eagerly for this book, and I wasn't disappointed...The kind of close reading modelled in these essays is unfortunately rare in contemporary theology; and the essays show that our own theological horizons can be extended through such a discipline of slow, attentive reading...this whole collection is an exciting, creative, tightly focused exploration of Bonhoeffer's poetry and theology. It's not only an invaluable contribution to Bonhoeffer studies; it also contributes significantly to contemporary conversations about ecclesiology, ethics, politics, and human identity."
http://faith-theology.blogspot.com/2009/10/who-am-i-bonhoeffers-theology-through.html, 2009


'A worthy and timely contribution to Bonhoeffer studies in English and one that opens up fresh perspectives."
Expository Times, July 2010


'Of the many graces which Bonhoeffer possessed, his gift for poetry is perhaps the least recognised, even though his verse illuminates much about him and his thought. As they contemplate Bonhoeffer’s poems, these essays conduct their readers towards some of his deepest life-experiences and theological commitments, and show once again how much he continues to astonish, move and instruct us.’ – John Webster, King’s College, Aberdeen Scotland, UK
(Sanford Lakoff)

'Whoever contemplates Bonhoeffer’s prison poems gains unique insights in the life and work of this great theologian. Bernd Wannenwetsch and the contributions in this collection offer such insights now to the English speaking world. The eleven studies on the theological poetry of this truly ecumenical martyr will enrich international scholarship with new theological inspirations on what it means to be a Christian today.’ – Jürgen Henkys, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
(Sanford Lakoff)

"I’ve been waiting eagerly for this book, and I wasn't disappointed…The kind of close reading modelled in these essays is unfortunately rare in contemporary theology; and the essays show that our own theological horizons can be extended through such a discipline of slow, attentive reading…this whole collection is an exciting, creative, tightly focused exploration of Bonhoeffer's poetry and theology. It's not only an invaluable contribution to Bonhoeffer studies; it also contributes significantly to contemporary conversations about ecclesiology, ethics, politics, and human identity."
http://faith-theology.blogspot.com/2009/10/who-am-i-bonhoeffers-theology-through.html, 2009

About the Author

Bernd Wannenwetsch is Lecturer in Ethics at Harris Manchester College in the University of Oxford, UK.

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