Being Human, Becoming Human
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Social Thought
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"This collection of essays by distinguished scholars provides new insights into the meaning of Christian humanism that avoids the pitfalls of individualism on the one hand and collectivism on the other hand. An excellent book for all who seek to affirm the human in an increasingly dehumanizing global context."
--Ralf K. Wustenberg
Professor of Religious Studies, University of Flensburg, Germany
"This collection, written by leading Bonhoeffer scholars, deals with an element of Bonhoeffer's anthropology which, in our times of individualistic thinking, is more relevant than ever: how Christ is the foundation for a life in responsible relations."
Chair for Systematic Theology, Evangelisch-Theologische Fakultat, University of Mainz, Germany
"...this is an important selection of essays for any one interested in the writings and vision of Dietrich Bonhoeer. Moreover, it is a vital work for those who may want to better understand the meaning and implication of
participation in Christ.
--Ashley John Moyes,University of Newcastle, NSW, from a review in Colloquium