Bonhoeffer - Premieres February 6, 2006 - Check your local listings

Journey Films’ website dedicated to the film contains congregational resources for a variety of faith communities and additional articles by Bonhoeffer experts relating to the film.

The International Dietrich Bonhoeffer Society provides information on research, recent publications, and the progress of the Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works translation project. This site would be most helpful to the serious student and/or researcher of Bonhoeffer.

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's article is helpful for reflecting upon and discussing the dangers of anti-Semitism and anti-Judaism in Christian circles. The author acknowledges that Christian and Jewish scholars evaluate Bonhoeffer’s legacy quite differently.

This website is owned and maintained by the International Council of Christians and Jews. It offers a variety of resources to foster mutual understanding and respect between Christians and Jews.

Propaganda was central to Nazi Germany. This page is a collection of English translations of Nazi propaganda for the period 1933-1945, part of a larger site on German propaganda. The goal is to help people understand the great totalitarian systems of the twentieth century by giving them access to primary material.

An exhaustive collection of links to articles about Nazi Foreign Policy (1932 – 45), Nazi Germany (1932-45) and Nazi leadership.

Another collection of illustrated articles with a focus on social history: Hitler’s report card, Nazi filmmaker Leni Liefenstahl and Jesse Owen’s winning four gold medals in Berlin in 1936.

This excerpt from the Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Modern Western Theology focuses on Bonhoeffer’s early works, his Christology and his major work, Ethics.

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