The Cost of Discipleship

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The Cost of Discipleship

REVISED & UNABRIDGED EDITION CONTAINING MATERIAL NOT PREVIOUSLY TRANSLATED

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

NEW YORK: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

A DIVISION OF THE CROWELL-COLLIER PUBLISHING COMPANY

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Acknowledgements 9
  • Memoir 11
  • Introduction 37
  • I - Grace and Discipleship 43
  • 1 - Costly Grace 45
  • 2 - The Call to Discipleship 61
  • 3 - Single-Minded Obedience 87
  • 4 - Discipleship and the Cross 95
  • 5 - Discipleship and the Individual 105
  • II - The Sermon on the Mount 115
  • 6 - The Beatitudes 117
  • 7 - The Visible Community 129
  • 8 - The Righteousness of Christ 135
  • 9 - The Brother 142
  • 10 - Woman 147
  • 11 - Truthfulness 151
  • 12 - Revenge 156
  • 13 - The Enemy--The "Extraordinary" 162
  • 14 - The Hidden Righteousness 172
  • 15 - The Hiddenness of Prayer 180
  • 16 - The Hiddenness of the Devout Life 188
  • 17 - The Simplicity of the Carefree Life 192
  • 18 - The Disciple and Unbelievers 202
  • 19 - The Great Divide 210
  • 20 - The Conclusion 218
  • III - The Messengers 221
  • 21 - The Harvest 223
  • 22 - The Apostles 226
  • 23 - The Work 228
  • 24 - The Suffering of the Messengers 236
  • 25 - The Decision 241
  • 26 - The Fruit 245
  • IV - The Church of Jesus Christ and the Life of Discipleship 247
  • 27 - Preliminary Questions 249
  • 28 - Baptism 254
  • 29 - The Body of Christ 263
  • 30 - The Visible Community 277
  • 31 - The Saints 305
  • 32 - The Image of Christ 337
  • Index of Subjects 345
  • Index of Biblical References 348
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