Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Biblical Hermeneutics
Edited By Ralf K. Wüstenberg and Jens Zimmermann
Introduction 7 1. Bonhoeffer's Hermeneutics in socio-cultural Context 15 Johannes Woyke Contemporary Biblical Hermeneutics and Bonhoeffer’s “Theological Exposition” of Scripture 17 Stephen Plant God’s Dangerous Gift: Bonhoeffer, Luther and Bach on the Role of Reason in Reading Scripture 37 Robert Steiner, Helen Hacksley Enticing Otherness in Barcelona – Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Retelling of the Gospel like “a fairy tale about a strange land” 55 Jens Zimmermann Finitum Capax Infiniti or The Presencing of Christ: A Response to Stephen Plant and Robert Steiner 85 2. Bonhoeffer's Biblical Hermeneutics 99 Edward van ’t Slot The Freedom of Scripture – Bonhoeffer’s Changing View of Biblical Canonicity 101 Karina Juhl Kande Biblical Metaphors in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Understanding of The Church 123 Marie Theres Igrec Bonhoeffer´s “theological interpretation” of the Biblical Narrative of the “Creation and Fall” of Man 141 Florian Schmitz “Only the believers obey, and only the obedient believe.” Notes on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Biblical Hermeneutics with Reference to Discipleship 169 3. Interpreting Bonhoeffer's Hermeneutics 187 Paul R. Hinlicky Verbum Externum – Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Bethel Confession 189 Nicola J Wilkes Confession of Sin as the Mirror Image of the Fall 217 Anne Reichold Bonhoeffer’s Worldly Hermeneutics: Language and Life as Spheres of “in-between” 229 Index 243 Appendix 245 Contributors 248 Editors of International Bonhoeffer Interpretations 251
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