Acknowledging Complicity In Sin And Doing Something About It

Posted: January 19, 2014 at 4:53 a.m.

Dietrich Bonhoeff er was a Lutheran pastor and theologian who helped found the Confessing Church movement in 1930s Germany to resist Adolph Hitler and the Nazis. Forgoing an invitation to teach safely in the U.S., Bonhoeffer worked in the German underground during the war, was arrested, imprisoned and eventually executed in a concentration camp two weeks before its liberation.

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