Tag Archives: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

A Resistance is Forming

“Brother, come and see who we’ve found! He’s here! The one the prophets told us of… He’s here!” Israel longed for the days of old. Days they knew nothing of, but the stories were preserved, and oh how they loved … Continue reading

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Free for a Revolution?

Imagine what it must have been like to hear those words. “You’re free!” No, I don’t speak here of a recent parolee experiencing life outside of prison walls after many years. Although the picture appropriately applies a similar feeling I’m … Continue reading

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So You Say You Want a Revolution?

I’m pretty sure my most recent posting of the Declaration of Independence led you to believe something was to follow. If so, you were right. I just didn’t want to smear the beauty and wonder of that document with my … Continue reading

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The Boldly Intolerant God of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

There is absolutely no way for me to put into words the onslaught of contributing and relevant messages that have come my way since my re-reading of Bonhoeffer’s ‘Discipleship‘ began a short time ago. It seems every direction I turn … Continue reading

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s

“Faith is only faith in deeds of obedience.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer, ‘Discipleship‘ I grasp this… Jesus, Paul, and James shouted it from the rafters. The Bible clearly teaches it. Dietrich Bonhoeffer lived it. So what’s wrong with me? Have I fallen prey … Continue reading

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