* A seminal Bonhoeffer treatise that exposes his radical vision for the church! Including all the material that was omitted in the original 1930 German publication, Bonheoffer's doctoral dissertation engages social philosophy and sociology to interpret the church as "Christ existing as church-community." Here are the roots of his commitment to the confessing church and the resistance movement. 386 pages, softcover from Fortress.
Now in an affordable paper edition, Sanctorum Communio is more readily usable for teaching and scholarship. The work, available in this series for the first time in its entirety in English, includes all material omitted from the original 1930 German publication. Bonhoeffer's doctoral dissertation sets out the theology of sociality that informed all his work, engaging social philosophy and sociology to interpret the church as "Christ existing as church-community." Here are the roots of his commitment to the Confessing church and the ecumenical movement, and of his actions in the resistance movement for the sake of peace and Germany's future.