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by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

eBook Creation and Fall Temptation: Two Biblical Studies download ISBN: 0684825872
Author: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Publisher: Touchstone; Reprint edition (March 12, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 144
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Category: Christian Books
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In this enlightening study, renowned twentieth-century theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer offers a careful textual analysis of the story of creation. has been added to your Cart.

In this enlightening study, renowned twentieth-century theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer offers a careful textual analysis of the story of creation.

Creation and Fall Temptation book. In this enlightening study, renowned twentieth-century theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer offers a careful textual analysis of the story of creation, approaching the biblical tale of Genesis with the eye of a philosopher and the soul of a true Christian. Creation and Fall is Bonhoeffer’s lucid, brilliant analysis of the first three chapters of Genesis.

Bonhoeffer explains that Jesus Christ helps us to understand and conquer physical and spiritual temptation through His grace and . Creation and Fall is Bonhoeffer’s lucid, brilliant analysis of the first three chapters of Genesis

Bonhoeffer explains that Jesus Christ helps us to understand and conquer physical and spiritual temptation through His grace and goodness. Here he discusses the seeming scientific naiveté behind the creation story, God’s love and goodness, and humanity’s creation, its free will, and its blessedness. Bonhoeffer also tackles difficult questions that are raised from the first book of the Bible, questions about the seemingly redundant second story of creation, about God’s own beginning, about the source of the light that was created the first day.

Creation and Fall Temptation. Two Biblical Studies. By Dietrich Bonhoeffer. In Temptation, Bonhoeffer questions how temptation appeared in the midst of Eden’s innocence, and he explores the very nature of evil

Creation and Fall Temptation. In Temptation, Bonhoeffer questions how temptation appeared in the midst of Eden’s innocence, and he explores the very nature of evil. Bonhoeffer explains that Jesus Christ helps us to understand and conquer physical and spiritual temptation through His grace and goodness. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was born in Breslau in 1906. The son of a famous German psychiatrist, he studied in Berlin and New York City.

In this enlightening study, renowned twentieth-century theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer offers a careful textual analysis of the story of creation, approaching the biblical tale of Genesis with the eye of a philosopher and the soul of a true Christian

In this enlightening study, renowned twentieth-century theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer offers a careful textual analysis of the story of creation, approaching the biblical tale of Genesis with the eye of a philosopher and the soul of a true Christian. Creation and Fall" is Bonhoeffer's lucid, brilliant analysis of the first three chapters of Genesis.

Biblical Studies - Old Testament, Christianity - History - General, Religion, General, Inspirational, Bonhoeffer, Dietrich . Creation and fall - Temptation. A theological interpretation of Genesis 1-3. Notes.

Biblical Studies - Old Testament, Christianity - History - General, Religion, General, Inspirational, Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 1906-1945, Bible, Creation, Fall of man, Temptation.

Creation and Fall Temptation: Two Biblical Studies. 28. Dietrich Bonhoeffer. 184.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1997). Creation and Fall Temptation: Two Biblical Studies, . 0, Simon and Schuster. Dietrich Bonhoeffer (2011). Letters Papers from Prison, . 5, Simon and Schuster. Temptations which accompany the working day will be conquered on the basis of the morning breakthrough to God. Decisions, demanded by work, become easier and simpler where they are made not in the fear of men, but only in the sight of God. He wants to give us today the power which we need for our work. Morning, Prayer, Work. The author didn't say that. There is a mistake in the text of this quote. 24, Simon and Schuster. Life Magazine (p. 47), April 22, 1957; later quoted in Dietrich Bonhoeffer "Letters and Papers from Prison" (p. 47), 1967. Suffering, Time, Creative. Dietrich Bonhoeffer (2013). Letters to London: Bonhoeffer’s previously unpublished correspondence with Ernst Cromwell, 1935-36, . 3, SPCK.

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In this enlightening study, renowned twentieth-century theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer offers a careful textual analysis of the story of creation, approaching the biblical tale of Genesis with the eye of a philosopher and the soul of a true Christian.“Creation and Fall” is Bonhoeffer’s lucid, brilliant analysis of the first three chapters of Genesis. Here he discusses the seeming scientific naiveté behind the creation story, God’s love and goodness, and humanity’s creation, its free will, and its blessedness. Bonhoeffer also tackles difficult questions that are raised from the first book of the Bible, questions about the seemingly redundant second story of creation, about God’s own beginning, about the source of the light that was created the first day. The author then expounds upon Adam and Eve’s fall from grace: How could they, creatures made in God’s image, have thought to oppose God so foully? Where did the first evil come from? How did humanity lose its right to live in paradise?In “Temptation,” Bonhoeffer questions how temptation appeared in the midst of Eden’s innocence, and he explores the very nature of evil. Bonhoeffer explains that Jesus Christ helps us to understand and conquer physical and spiritual temptation through His grace and goodness.
Comments: (7)
Rko
I purchased this in conjunction with the JPS Commentary on Genesis (which I love by the way) in order to do a Bible study on Creation. We wanted to compare an exigetical study with a theological study. The Bonhoeffer book was chosen for the theological study. My class was interested in going deeper and Bonhoeffer certainly does that! It breaks the creation story down verse by verse. For me, it may be a tad too deep. I wish I had a commentary for the study! Some of it is just a little too cerebral for me. Initially, I was quite daunted by the book. However, as I've read and reread (and reread) it has given me some new insights and it has stirred much discussion in our class so I'm glad I bought it.
Mojind
This little book by Dietrich Bonhoeffer is a gem. Repeated reading is required, of course. Like all of Bonhoeffer's works, remarkable insights are offered on all aspects of the creation, but it is his discourse on temptation that is particularly splendid. Most Christians distinguish the spiritual from the natural, but it is here that we learn to recognize the moral as a separate aspect of behavior. Loved this volume!
Naktilar
A MUST for Christians who are interested gain better insight in the Lord's Prayer's "lead us not into temptation"
Cordanius
Nowadays people generally know Dietrich Bonhoeffer--if they know him at all--as the Lutheran pastor who died in a Nazi concentration camp for his role in the July 20, 1944 plot against Hitler.

But Dietrich Bonhoeffer, as well as having been some kind of a saint during the Second World War, was a wonderful theologian, and this book contains two of his best works, studies of the biblical book of Genesis which explore what it means to be made in God's image and yet be limited--what is the difference between being "like" God, as the serpent promises, and being made in the image of God, as the Bible asserts we are?

What is the role of our limits in bringing grace, and how does limitlessness, man (and woman) storming Heaven, underlie sin?

This great book with its two small studies brings the reader in contact with Bonhoeffer's mind and spirit, the qualities that illuminated his studies and his practical action both.
Natety
Bonhoeffer reads like Plato philosophy. Part of this is due it being translated from German, and part is because he's indeed waxing very deeply philosophical about Genesis. It's fairly amazing he can discuss such a small passage for 144 pages, and at times it feels like he's going in circles repeating himself.

His ideas, though, are intriguing. He reads alot into each sentence individually, and then how it fits into the whole. He finds inconsistencies, and then explains them away. I'm not a religious person, but I feel the book gave me a better ability to understand Biblical literature at a deeper level.
Onetarieva
Have this unyielding passion for history, just loved this literary piece. Need to find more
Dddasuk
a great book
Dietrich Bonhoeffer has the best grasp on what the Bible says and puts it into ideas that are easily understood for everyone.