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Bonhoeffer as Youth Worker: A Theological Vision for Discipleship and Life Together

Root, Andrew

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ISBN 10: 0801049059 / ISBN 13: 9780801049057
Published by Baker Academic, 2014
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Title: Bonhoeffer as Youth Worker: A Theological ...

Publisher: Baker Academic

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Used: Very Good

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A youth ministry expert presents Bonhoeffer as the forefather and model of the growing theological turn in youth ministry.

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"A compelling addition to the literature on both youth ministry and Bonhoeffer"

"Bonhoeffer as Youth Worker reads like the labor of love that it is, introducing Bonhoeffer as a fellow pastor who shares your passion for young people's journey of faith and your conviction that Christ's church should receive youth without using them. Andrew Root is at his best here, warmly introducing us to an old friend who we didn't know knew us so well."
--Kenda Creasy Dean, Princeton Theological Seminary; author of Almost Christian: What the Faith of Our Teenagers Is Telling the American Church and A More Excellent Way: What Youth Ministry Can Teach Theological Education If We Let It

"I read everything Andy Root writes, and I hope you do the same. Andy sheds new light on one of my theological heroes, illuminating Bonhoeffer's timeless power to shape your understanding of both ministry and our faith itself."
--Kara Powell, Fuller Youth Institute, Fuller Theological Seminary

"I have quite literally never read a youth ministry book anything like this: full of history, story, theological articulation, and implication. Absolutely fascinating."
--Mark Oestreicher, partner, The Youth Cartel

"In Andrew Root's first book, he made an intriguing connection between Dietrich Bonhoeffer and youth ministry, and that left a lot of us wanting more. Now Root has given us a great gift by mining that connection deeply and thoroughly. And the result is wonderfully rewarding. This book is a compelling addition to the literature on both youth ministry and Bonhoeffer, and it will be read widely."
--Tony Jones, theologian in residence, Solomon's Porch; author of Did God Kill Jesus? (

"Andrew Root argues convincingly that Bonhoeffer scholars have overlooked a significant and animating aspect of his theological formation: his regular interaction with youth and children. In recovering this thread of Bonhoeffer's ministry, Root finds a forefather for the kind of theological youth ministry that he has been promoting, critiques contemporary technological approaches to youth ministry, and weaves together a practical-theological 'place-sharing' approach to youth ministry that engages the concrete and lived experiences of youth. This is an important book."
--Benjamin T. Conner, Western Theological Seminary

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