Who Am I? Bonhoeffer’s Theology Through His Poetry is a unique look at poetry written by Dietrich Bonhoeffer during his prison years, facilitating a fascinating conversation between biography, theology, and public life. Edited by Bernd Wannenwetsch, contributors include Stanley Hauerwas, Oliver O’Donovan, Michael Northcutt, and Renate Bethge. From T&T Clark.
Religious Voices in Public Places collects the work of thirteen scholars from around the globe on the question of religion’s public role. Must religion keep quiet? Does fairness require it? Edited by McDonald Centre director, Nigel Biggar and Linda Hogan, this important new text moves adeptly between political theory and practice. From Oxford University Press.