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Entschieden Christ sein 
Klaus Koziol
Courage Born of Trust
Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Legacy for Today

On April 9, 1945 the Protestant theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer was murdered by the Nazis in the Flossenbürg concentration camp. Even today, countless people are impressed by his courage, his power, and his steadfastness in a time of terror and imprisonment.

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So bleib doch ja nicht stehn 
Hubertus Halbfas
Never Stand Still
My life with theology

For more than half a century, Hubertus Halbfas has had a decisive impact on religious education –assertive and controversial, systematic and creative. This is his autobiography.

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Paul M. Zulehner
Discontinued Model
In what direction is Pope Francis taking the Church?

Discontinued: That could mean the end of the Church in post-Christian Europe. More than a few statistics seem to point in that direction. Francis stands for another kind of end: the ship of the Church should sail away from the harbor of occupation with itself and toward the shores of life and society, toward those who are wounded by life. That is what he takes a prophetic stand for and he wants to reposition the Church for just such a departure.

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Der gehörnte Mose und eine falsche Madonna 
Josef Imbach
The Horned Moses and a False Madonna

There are many curious “additions” to Christian works of art like a peacock on the stable in Bethlehem. In this book Josef Imbach explains mystic symbols in religious art by means of numerous illustrations in an informative style.

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Gott, Götter und Idole 
Tullio Aurelio
God, Gods and Idols
And man created them in his own image

A name is restricting, and all creatures that have a proper name are limited – because they are confined within it – and become extinct.

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Wir sterben und wissen nicht wohin 
Tullio Aurelio
We Die and Don’t Know What’s Next
Thoughts About Life After Death

How do you imagine life after death? Do you think there’s an “afterlife” or a “heaven”? Or does everything simply end with death? Tullio Aurelio considers these questions, motivated by the palpably real threat of his own death, which he has experienced more than once in his lifetime. He complements his personal, existential approach with various perspectives drawn from philosophy, ancient myths and the great religions.

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Paul M. Zulehner
A Different Kind of Autobiography

Paul Michael Zulehner is one of the most noted theologians in Europe. He is not afraid of the truth when it comes to the current situation and the future of the church. At the same time, his criticism is always constructive and imbued with great loyalty. That makes him an inspirational trailblazer and highly esteemed discussion partner.

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Nicht Kirchenschafe sondern Mutchristen 
Hermann-Josef Frisch
Not Church Sheep, But Courageous Christians
What Is Good for the Church

What are the effects of the breath of fresh air from Rome? Does the church have a future again? Only with deep-reaching reforms and the confident dedication of the faithful, Hermann-Josef Frisch is convinced. In his current book, he encourages a new perspective from the bottom up: Christians should take the fate of the church into their own hands and dare to make a new start. Courageous Christians are needed, not church sheep!

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Die Liebe ist unsere einzige Aufgabe 
Annette Schleinzer
Love Is Our Only Task
The Life Story of Madeleine Delbrêl
Updated new edition

Poet, social worker, mystic: these are just three of the numerous attributes that describe Madeleine Delbrêl. A firm believer in atheism as a young person, she discovered the Christian faith after a deep crisis in her life and lived that faith as a “street mystic” in a way that has made her unforgettable even today.

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Geheimnisse des Christentums 
Renate Schoof
Secrets of Christianity
On the Hidden Wisdom of Ancient Images

A wealth of buried and long-forgotten knowledge about God, people and the world is incorporated in Christian images, packaged in parables and symbols. As soon as we look at the works from a different religious perspective, they begin to speak to us anew, for example, when Renate Schoof interprets the Christmas story as an internal psychological happening and as “heart opening”.

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