Polyphony of Life: Dietrich Bonhoeffer | Jeremy Begbie


When a newly engaged theologian and pastor began composing letters and papers in a prison cell, bereft of family, fiancée and friends, he could hardly have guessed the spell that these writings would cast on subsequent Christian thinking. Jeremy Begbie discusses Dietrich Bonhoeffer's prison writings and their focus on music.

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