Published May 1995
by Melbourne University .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Life Together is a brief but rich treatise on Christian community. In it Dietrich Bonhoeffer gives you “a number of directions and precepts that the Scriptures provide us for life together under the word.” He seeks to present practical suggestions for how you can live in Christian community with others. It is a short read, my version has pages, but it is filled with wisdom and biblical truth's. The book is about living life together in Christian community. The chapters breakdown the different aspects of life together. The book starts with an introduction that gives a background on Bonhoeffer and his life/5. After his martyrdom at the hands of the Gestapo in , Dietrich Bonhoeffer continued his witness in the hearts of Christians around the world. In his book Life Together we learn of Pastor Bonhoeffer's experience within Christian community. This story of a unique fellowship in an underground seminary during the Nazi years reads like one of Paul's letters/5(11). A Life Apart tells two stories. The first is of Ritwiks; a story of a young mans escape from a blighted childhood of squalor and abuse in Calcutta to the edge of what he considers to be a new world, full of possibilities, in England, where he has a /5.
Life Together was a work that stuck with me long after I had put it down. Its lessons are immediately relevant and yet of such enduring consequence. I was constantly sending excerpts from the book to friends and family, and when it came time to review the book itself, my desire was to simply quote it from beginning to end. Beautifully written, A Life Apart, is a story of loss, love, violence. human conditions. Thoroughly engrossing. My top 10 books of all time (so far) Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. It mixes together two very different stories, one a historic fictional account of an English woman in India working Cited by: Get this from a library! A life together, a life apart: a history of relations between Europeans and Aborigines. [Bain Attwood;] -- "[T]he testimony of Winifred Burrage, Alan Burrage and Elsie Stokie, whose parents, Charles and Elsie Burrage, managed or taught on Aboriginal reserves in New South Wales in the period between World. “The physical presence of other Christians is a source of incomparable joy and strength to the believer.” As a freshman in college, I was assigned the reading of Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Like most 18 year-olds, Bonhoeffer’s writing was far beyond the grasp of both my attention and my comprehension/5(23).
Given his emphasis already in Life Together on the importance of the Psalms for the prayer life of the community (“The Psalter is the great school of prayer”), its inclusion in this volume is perfectly fitting. The text itself is just above 20 pages, with the addition of an English editor’s introduction and German editors’ afterword. The History of Together for Life: Robert Hamma, editorial director at Ave Maria Press, composed a short history of the Together for Life book that newly engaged couples will find interesting. Learn more about the history of Together for Life. Years ago, a friend of mine who was way more responsible and together than I, gave me a copy of this book. Essentially a very readable guidebook to personal finance in your twenties and thirties. It covered so much need-to-know stuff ranging from insurance coverage to the basics of investing for newbies. It was immediately clear, this was a book I didn’t know how Author: Carrie Bluth. Life Together, Dietrich Bonhoeffer John Richter This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Religion at Pepperdine Digital Commons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Leaven by an authorized administrator of Pepperdine Digital Commons. on various aspects offamily life, from politicians tojudges to special.