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Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Lecture Series

Dietrich Bonhoeffer stands as one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century, and yet his life and theology are still something of an enigma. Hanged at the age of only 39 on April 9, 1945, for his part in a conspiracy to assassinate Adolph Hitler, Bonhoeffer is remembered for his versatile and brilliant contributions to our understanding of the unity of the church, the significance of grace in a secular age, and the practice of Christian community.


This course meets for 6 consecutive weeks on Thursdays from 2:00-3:00pm New York City time.

September 11, 2024
September 18, 2024
September 25, 2024
October 2, 2024
October 9, 2024
October 16, 2024

Jonathan J. Armstrong
Course Facilitator
Jonathan is the founder and president of Aqueduct Project. While completing doctoral studies in historical theology at Fordham University in New York City, Jonathan served as the graduate assistant to his Eminence, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., from whom he gained an interest in the unity of the worldwide Christian church. Jonathan is fascinated by emerging technology and is incredibly inspired by the way that God is opening doors for Christian churches everywhere to learn from one another.
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