Union Seminary Quarterly Review, volume 60, issue 1-2 (2006)

“Trinity and Christology in Bonhoeffer and Barth” by Clifford Green, 1
““The church is the limit of politics:” Bonhoeffer on the Political Task of the Church” by Christiane Tietz, 23
“Foundation for a Christomorphic Metanoia in James H. Cone and Dietrich Bonhoeffer” by Darren C. Marks, 37
“Accepting Guilt for the Sake of Germany: An Analysis of Bonhoeffer’s Concept of Accepting Guilt and its Implications for Bonhoeffer’s Political Resistance” by Christine C. Schliesser, 56
“Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Ethic of Resistance in George W. Bush’s America: A Call to Progressive Christians in the United States” by David J. Wellman, 69
“The Religious Obligation to Ask Questions of Nature and the State: Bonhoeffer on the Protection and Dignity of Human Life, in the Context of DNA-based Genetic Medicine Today” by Robert E. Pollack, 78

Book Reviews
“David J. Wellman. Sustainable Diplomacy: Ecology, Religion, and Ethics in Muslim-Christian Relations” by Rachel A. R. Bundang, 111
“J. Deotis Roberts. Bonhoeffer and King: Speaking Truth to Power” by Ian H. Doescher, 114
“Stanley Hauerwas. Performing the Faith: Bonhoeffer and the Practice of Nonviolence” by Jessica Van Denend, 116

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