“Holy restlessness” sums up the mood of this slim but powerful volume of many of the sermons from Bonhoeffer’s parish work, as well as others following his return to Hitler’s Germany and eventual murder at the hands of the Nazis.
Robert Barron's 'Catholicism'
Eric Metaxas’s biography focuses closely on the conflicts and drama of Bonhoeffer’s life, and succeeds in giving us a strong sense of his energy, persuasiveness, and courage.
James Carroll’s Practicing Catholic is an ambitious book, but no bargain.
Rick Warren’s theology is great when God’s plan for you works out. What happens when it seems painful?