- Inspiring, deep study on what the church should be Review by Barbara
Need to listen to this again and again. This is a no-nonsense description of what life within the church can look like.
(Posted on 7/3/2014)
- Great book, difficutl formatting Review by Alyssa
Wish the MP3s for this book could be broken up into chapters that correspond with the book. It's hard to find your place as you listen along. That said, the content is worth it and I'm not all the way thru it yet.
(Posted on 9/15/2013)
- Paul Michael does a credible... Review by Audiofile Magazine
Paul Michael does a credible rendition of this inspirational audiobook. His measured tones and distinctive voice make it an easy listen. Bonhoeffer, martyred in Nazi Germany in 1945, and a hero to many, is often compared to the Apostle Paul. He spent years in prison for his faith and eventually lost his life. This writing simply describes what he sees as the elements of Christian faith and practice. Aspects that are often taken for granted, such as prayer, scripture reading, praise, and family life, are set forth in a practical message from the prison cell. Bonhoeffer's thoughts combine with Michael's narration to make worthwhile listening. N.L. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine
(Posted on 12/7/2007)