WorthReadingBy Matt Barber
I recently finished reading â€œBonhoefferâ€ by Eric Metaxas. The book, a nearly 600-page biography of German pastor and influential theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, was simply life-changing. Throughout his page-turning treatise, Metaxas brilliantly illustrates how Bonhoeffer lived and died by Christâ€™s admonition, â€œfaith without works is deadâ€ (James 2:20).
Although Bonhoeffer penned a number of widely read books on theology and Christian apologetics, he is chiefly remembered for his key role in one of several German conspiracies to assassinate Adolf Hitler and overthrow the Nazi regime. For this he was captured and hanged just weeks before the end of World War II. Read More: http://worth-reading-blog.blogspot.com/2012/07/the-fourth-reich-abortion-holocaust.html