Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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pp. v-vi

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General Editor’s Foreword to the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, English Edition

Victoria J. Barnett

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pp. vii-xiv

The German theologian and pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer has become one of the most influential Christian thinkers of all time. Barely twenty-seven years of age when the Nazi regime came to power in Germany, Bonhoeffer emerged immediately as a radical Protestant voice against the ideological co-optation of his church. ...

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The Translation of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, English Edition: An Overview

Victoria J. Barnett

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pp. 1-8

This volume includes translations of documents that were discovered after the publication of the DBWE volumes and indexes of the scriptural references and the primary subject references for the series. It also includes an alphabetized list of all the documents included in the sixteen DBWE volumes; a comprehensive chronology of significant dates in Bonhoeffer’s life, ...

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The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, English Edition: A Retrospective

Clifford J. Green

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pp. 9-16

During his lifetime, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was known only to a small but influential group of people in the English-speaking world. We think of people like John Baillie and Reinhold Niebuhr, with whom he studied at Union Theological Seminary; fellow students like Paul Lehmann; Adam Clayton Powell, pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem; ...

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The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Werke: Afterword to the German Edition

Wolfgang Huber

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pp. 17-26

Dietrich Bonhoeffer was born on February 4, 1906; he died on Hitler’s gallows on April 9, 1945, at only thirty-nine years of age. His premonition that his life would remain a fragment was confirmed. In looking at the life of his parents, he sensed the uncompleted, fragmentary nature of his own life particularly strongly. ...

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Additional Letters and Documents

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pp. 27-60

Only a few days ago, as I was visiting Held[3] and Dreier[4] on my trip back from Italy,[5] I learned that you very suddenly took the leap to get out.[6] Since I am literally [. . .][7] still affected by the case, do write me about what specifically drove you to this; ultimately you are certainly not the only one who was not exactly made happy by the association,[8] ...

Comprehensive Chronology and Master List of Documents

Chronology 1906–1945

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pp. 63-120

Master List of Documents for DBWE 8–17

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pp. 121-158

Master Indexes

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pp. 159-622