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The Life and Theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
May 24 - June 30:11am-1pm Tue & Fri (except the last class, which will be Thurs)
This course offers a close and critical examination of the life and theology of the 20th century German Lutheran theologian and churchman Dietrich Bonhoeffer. The goal of the course is to understand Bonhoeffer’s writings and life within the context of his resistance to Nazi ideology and its accompanying theological milieu, as well as to imagine ways in which his work might be received and engaged in our contemporary context. Course delivery will consist of a combination of lectures and seminar discussions over set required readings.
Graduate students take WYT6514H.