I know that I don’t write reviews very often, despite reading constantly. I’m going to continue to try harder at that, so lay off Mark. Anyway, “Bonhoeffer” is easily my top book of the year. Metaxas’ book offers it all; an in depth history of World War II Germany, adventure, excitement, and romance. More than that though, it tells the very real story of the life and struggles of a great Christian hero interwoven with an abundance of convicting and inspiring theology. Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a true man of God, who desired His will in all things and was unyieldingly committed to the Truth. He should be an inspiration for us all!
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