Bonhoeffer demonstrates for me how our life together as "fellowship" and "church" is so different than the richness of what it could and can be.
Some of the things about "Life Together" are particular to communal life, but the principles have a much broader application.
The clarity with which N.T. Wright states what it means to be Christian.
This book is in the tradition of what has been called the Christian Classics. A must read for all who claim for themselves the title of Christian and for those who don't to understand what Christianity should be about.
Troubling, saddening, hopeful
The ones blotted on my memory is the helplessness of those caught in awful cultural domination of women. As a man, my heart was broken for these women, and I often had tears in my eyes as I listened.
All the scenes of women who are triumphing over the impossible.
I did, but because of time could not.
I have different theological views than some of those expressed. It was easy for me to get past that to the overall thrust and mission of the book. This is a must read book, deserving wide circulation.
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