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Bonhoeffer and King : their legacies and import for Christian social thought / edited by Willis Jenkins and Jennifer M. McBride.
Minneapolis, MN : Fortress Press, c2010.
xiv, 302 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 1906-1945
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
Church and social problems
McBride, Jennifer M., 1977-
Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-298) and index.
Notes on appropriation and reciprocity : prompts from Bonhoeffer and King's communitarian ethic / Emilie M. Townes -- King and Bonhoeffer as Protestant saints : the use and misuse of contested legacies / Stephen R. Haynes -- Bonhoeffer, King, and feminism : problems and possibilities / Rachel Muers -- Political order, political violence, and ethical limits / Jean Bethke Elshtain -- Life worthy of life : the social ecologies of Bonhoeffer and King / Larry L. Rasmussen -- Theology and the problem of racism / Josiah U. Young III -- Bonhoeffer, King, and themes in Catholic social thought / M. Shawn Copeland -- Church, world, and Christian charity / Timothy P. Jackson -- The cross and its victims : Bonhoeffer, King, and martyrdom / Craig J. Slane -- Bonhoeffer on the road to King : "Turning from the phraseological to the real" / Charles Marsh -- Interpreting pastors as activists / Richard W. Wills Sr. -- Preaching and prophetic witness / Raphael Gamaliel Warnock -- Embodying redemption : King and the engagement of social sin / Stephen G. Ray Jr. -- Culture in Bonhoeffer and King : Deweyan naturalism in action / Andre C. Willis -- Peacemaking / Glen H. Stassen -- Spiritualities of justice, peace, and freedom for the oppressed / Geffrey B. Kelly -- Overhearing resonances : Jesus and ethics in King and Bonhoeffer / Gary M. Simpson -- Reconciliation as worshiping community / Michael Battle -- Conclusion : Christian social ethics after Bonhoeffer and King / Willis Jenkins
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