Dietrich Bonhoeffer is many things to many peoplecommitted pacifist, reluctant revolutionary, Protestant saint but in Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Ethics of Formation, Ryan Huber argues that Bonhoeffer should be engaged as a Christian ethicist of formation. Huber demonstrates that formation lies at the heart of Bonhoeffer’s ethical project and personal story, providing a third way between virtue and character ethics in contemporary Christian thought concerned with moral growth.
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About the Author
Ryan Huber is adjunct professor of Christian ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Table of Contents1. Roots of Formation in Discipleship and Life Together
2. Bonhoeffer’s Ethics as Formation
3. Bonhoeffer’s Personal Story of Formation
4. Bonhoeffer’s Education for Formation
5. Bonhoeffer’s Ethics of Formation: A Third Way between Christian Virtue and Character Ethics