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02 October 2008

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THE GERMAN theologian is the subject of a series of books made up of material written by him and relating to him. Dietrich Bonhoef­fer London 1933-1935 is Volume 13. In it, Keith Clements has gathered together extracts from Bon­hoeffer’s diaries, letters, ser­mons, conference reports, minutes of meetings, and so on; and from the diaries and the correspondence of other related people (Augsburg Fortress, £27.99 (£25.20); 978-0-8006-8313-9).

Conspiracy and Imprisonment 1940-1945 is Volume 16 in the same series, edited by Mark Brocker, and translated by Lisa Dahill. Part1 is letters and documents by, or written to, Bonhoeffer; Part 2 is a group of essays and notes; Part 3 consists of sermons and meditations (Augsburg Fort­ress, £33.99 (£30.60); 978-0-8006-8316-0).

In Heart of Flesh, Gillian Court explores the prophetic dimension of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s life and work, comparing his thinking with that of the sixth-century BCE prophets (CTBI Publications (MPH), 4 John Wesley Road, Werrington, Peter-borough PE4 6ZP; £18 incl. p. & p.).

Mark Rowan was once a drug-addicted career criminal, but now he is an Assemblies of God associate pastor working in Somerset. In his book, Condemned: The transformation of a violent gang leader, he tells his life-story, from a childhood of poverty and abuse, through prison and crime-filled days, to conversion and Christian leadership (Monarch, £7.99 (£7.20); 978-1-85424-812-1).

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Correction: we are sorry that we are unable to offer a Church Times Bookshop price on The Complete Works of W. H. Auden: Prose, Vol. III 1949-1955, edited by Edward Mendelson (Books, 26 Septem­ber).

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