New Studies in Bonhoeffer's Ethics
|Author: ||Peck, William|
Addresses the paradox that scholars have neglected the very work that Bonhoeffer hoped would be his crowning achievement, his study of Christian ethics. Concluding that the reason for this omission was not simple neglect but the uncertain state of the text, contributing authors offer insights and solutions for the textual problems posed by Bonhoeffer's Ethics.
". . . examines the Ethics as an enduring and relevant contribution in its own right, and not just as an appendix to the prison correspondence." _ GUY CHR. CARTER in Currents in Theology and Mission
". . . a helpful commentary on a crucial book by a prophet whose speaking was deepened by struggle with forces that we, too, are experiencing in our way, in our day." _ Review and Expositor
"Anyone interested in the responsible handling of the legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer will be grateful for this latest contribution from the English Language Section of the International Bonhoeffer Society." _ The Journal of Religion
"[N]o serious theological library will be complete without it." _ Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology