Reconciliation and just peace: impulses of the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer for the European and African context (2016)

in: Theologie in der Öffentlichkeit Band 9

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I. Main articles. La Justice comme guide d'orientation de l'éthique théologique / Heinrich Bedford-Strohm -- La Justice comme guide d'orientation de l'éthique théologique / Jered Kalimba -- "The first theological-ethical doctrine of basic human rights developed by a twentieth-century German Protestant theologian": Dietrich Bonhoeffer and human rights / Christine Schliesser -- Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the struggle for human rights in the context of Africa / Byaruhanga Ruokoo Archangel -- La confession de culpabilité et chemin vers la reconciliation / Pascal Bataringaya -- Culpability confession as a way to reconciliation: it can start, but it can only start with Bonhoeffer / Jannika Haupt -- Peace as a central task for Christians: bringing about peace in the work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and its importance for current ethics / Clemens Wustmans -- Peace as a central task for Christians in the light of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's peace ethics with a special focus on churches and peacemaking in Tanzania / Abednego Keshomshahara -- Responsabilitéet Courage civil: Fondamentaux de l'éthique de Dietrich Bonhoeffer / Traugott Jähnichen -- Church as "church for others"?: reflections on the role of church in society and the relevance of society for the shape of church / Kai Horstmann -- Ecumenism and the future of the church / Ulrich Möller -- L'Oecumenisme: L'avenir de l'Eglise / Vincent Muderwa Barhatulirwa -- II. Theological impulses, experience reports & mediations. Expériences de réconciliation et responsabilité pour la paix dans le contexte allemand / Albert Henz -- Reflections on commemorative practices in Rwanda and Germany / Katharina Peetz -- The question of guilt and confession of the young generations after the genocides in Rwanda and Germany: an experience report / Christine Jürgens, Maximilian Schell -- Meditations / Samuel Mutabazi, Helmut Keiner, Thérèse Mukamakuza, Jan van Schaardenburgh -- Jörg Zimmermann -- III. Closing word & final statement. Mot de cloture / Elisée Musemakweli -- Final declaration (in English and French)