Download e-book for iPad: Bonhoeffer (Outstanding Christian Thinkers) by Stephen Plant

By Stephen Plant

ISBN-10: 082645089X

ISBN-13: 9780826450890

ISBN-10: 1441144161

ISBN-13: 9781441144164

The most effective identified Christians of the 20th century, Dietrich Bonhoeffer is favorite as a theologian for his exceptional independence of brain, creativity and brilliance by means of liberals and conservatives alike. His dying by the hands of the Nazis.

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Perhaps because he was coining a new German philosophical vocabulary his writing style is notoriously opaque: 'there is no art in being intelligible', Kant wrote, 'if one renounces all thoroughness of insight' (Morals, p. 37). Kant stood at the confluence of two streams of Enlightenment thought. In one, Isaac Newton's (1642-1727) physics proposed a system of laws applying to space and time. In another, empirical philosophers such as David Hume (1711-76) argued that the only sure ground for knowledge was what our senses experience.

The Abwehr was also under investigation for its role in an operation, in which Bonhoeffer was personally involved, smuggling Jews to Switzerland. Bonhoeffer's relative Lieutenant General Paul von Hase - who would later pay with his life for his own involvement in the resistance - was military governor of Berlin and visited him in the prison with several bottles of wine and pointedly talked and laughed with his nephew. After the visit Bonhoeffer was treated with more respect. As the months of Bonhoeffer's imprisonment wore on he adapted to the routine.

Kant stood at the confluence of two streams of Enlightenment thought. In one, Isaac Newton's (1642-1727) physics proposed a system of laws applying to space and time. In another, empirical philosophers such as David Hume (1711-76) argued that the only sure ground for knowledge was what our senses experience. Formerly, the study of the natural sciences, religion and philosophy had largely proceeded hand in hand; increasingly many sensed a conflict between scientific and religious forms of knowing.

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