G. Clarke Chapman, Jr., was born in California, raised in Arizona, graduated from Arizona State University and then received his STB. and PhD from Boston University. Moving to eastern Pennsylvania, he taught for decades in the religion department of Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA. He has been active for many years in the International Bonhoeffer Society, English Language Section, and locally in Wesley United Methodist Church as well as the retirement community Kirkland Village of Bethlehem.
2014 1-4955-0281-3 A new look at the highly relevant and impassioned issue of Universal Health Care. Bonhoeffer's writings offer a theological defence for the earthly conditions needed for human well-being. Implicitly that would include basic health care. Utilizing pertinent Bonhoeffer writings, the author offers us an unique perspective on the moral issues of human rights as it relates to health care for everyone.