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Peabody Award winner!
With faith comes a price. What are you willing to pay? That's the question explored in Bonhoeffer: The Cost of Freedom. Chronicling the life of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, this provocative Peabody award-winning dramatization shares the story of one man's battle against the evils of Nazism, a decadent culture, and compromising church--something that's not so foreign to society today. Challenging and compelling, it's entertainment with a message!
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906 - 1945) was a major writer and thinker in Germany between the wars. His many books of theology are still read and as influential among contemporary evangelical believers as the works of C.S. Lewis and Billy Graham: such works as The Cost of Discipleship, Letters and Papers from Prison, Ethics, Life Together, and Christ the Center. In 1939 he refused to take the loyalty oath to Adolf Hitler. Shortly after, he was invited to participate in a plot to assassinate Hitler. He was eventually caught, imprisoned, and executed.From AudioFile:
During WWII German theologian Deitrich Bonhoeffer faced a double personal crisis as he began to question both his loyalty to his country and his loyalty to his religion. Casting off his pacifist leanings, Bonhoeffer began a one-man battle against the evils of Nazism, a decadent culture, and a compromising Christian church. Focus on the Family's full-cast production creates a dramatic setting and vivid characters, especially the uncompromising personality of Bonhoeffer. Historical recordings from the Third Reich, used as transitions between scenes, add chilling realism to Boenhoeffer's situation. Bonhoeffer's story shows the importance of staying committed to one's ideals, even during the most dangerous of times. J.F.M. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Tyndale Entertainment, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1561795828