Creation and Fall: A Theological Exposition of Genesis 1-3

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DIETRICH BONHOEFFER WORKS, VOLUME 3
DIETRICH BONHOEFFER
Creation and Fall
A Theological Exposition
of Genesis 1–3

Translated from the German Edition
Edited by

MARTIN RÜTER AND ILSE TÖDT

English Edition
Edited by

JOHN W. DE GRUCHY

Translated by
DOUGLAS STEPHEN BAX

FORTRESS PRESS

MINNEAPOLIS

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Creation and Fall: A Theological Exposition of Genesis 1-3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • General Editor's Foreword to Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works vii
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Editor's Introduction to the English Edition [1] 1
  • Preface 19
  • Introduction 21
  • Chap. 1, Vv. 1-2 - The Beginning 25
  • V. 3 - The Word 40
  • V. 4a - God's Look 45
  • Vv. 4b-5 - The Day 48
  • Vv. 6–10, 14–19 - That Which is Firmly Fixed 50
  • Vv. 11 - 13, 20 - 25 - That Which Lives [1] 56
  • Vv. 26–27 - The Image of God on Earth 60
  • Vv. 28–31 and Chap. 2, Vv. 1–4a - Blessing and Completion 68
  • V: V. 4bff - The Other Side [1] 71
  • V. 7 - The Human Being of Earth and Spirit 74
  • Vv. 8–17 - The Center of the Earth 80
  • Vv. 18–25 - The Power of the Other 94
  • Chap. 3, Vv. 1–3 - The Pious Question[1] 103
  • Vv. 4 - 5 - Sicut Deus [1] 111
  • V. 6 - The Fall 115
  • V. 7 - The New Thing 121
  • V: V. 8 - 13 - The Flight 127
  • V: V. 14–19 - Curse and Promise 131
  • V. 20 - The Mother of All That Lives [1] 137
  • V. 21 - God's New Action 139
  • Vv. 22ff - The Tree of Life [1] 141
  • Chap. 4, V. 1 - Cain 145
  • Chronology of Creation and Fall 174
  • Bibliography 178
  • Index of Biblical References 194
  • Index of Names 196
  • Index of Subjects 198
  • Editors and Translator 207
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