"bonhoeffer's 'religious clothes": The naked man, the secret, and what we hear
Hart, K. (2009). "Bonhoeffer's 'Religious Clothes" : The Naked Man, the Secret, and What We Hear. In B. Gregor, J. Zimmermann (Eds.), Bonhoeffer and Continental Thought : Cruciform Philosophy (pp. 177-197). Bloomington : Indiana University Press.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, best known for his involvement in the anti-Nazi resistance, was one of the 20th century's most important theologians. His ethics have been a source of guidance and inspiration for men and women in the face of evil. Today, Bonhoeffer's theology is being read by Continental thinkers who value his contributions to the recent "religious turn" in philosophy. In this volume, an international group of scholars present Bonhoeffer's thought as a model of Christian thinking that can help shape a distinctly religious philosophy. They examine the philosophical influences on Bonhoeffer and explore the new perspectives his work brings to the perennial challenges of faith and reason, philosophy and theology, and the problem of evil.