(PUBEerdmans)"An excellent short biography that also serves as a good introduction,"---Other Side. "Would make an excellent text for adult study,"---Currents in Theology & Mission. 182 pages, softcover.
Vividly and concisely written, critical as well as appreciative, and containing material never before published in English, this new biography paints a memorable portrait of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the great German theologian hanged by the Nazis in 1945. Portraying the complexity of Bonhoeffer's personality and the difficult, lonely course his life took, Wind especially brings out Bonhoeffer's early realization of the horror of Nazi treatment of the Jews, and despite misunderstanding by fellow church members, his brave involvement in the resistance against Hitler, his resolve to become "a spoke in the wheel."
A pastor living in Heidelberg, Germany, she also teachestheology, bible studies, and church history at theEvangelischen Fachhochschule FürReligionspädagogik in Nürnberg. She has beeninvolved for many years in the Christian Peace Conferenceand in groups for solidarity with Latin America.