Charles Marsh reflects on Strange Glory on WMRA’s The Spark

Charles MarshOn Friday, July 11, Charles Marsh was interviewed by Martha Woodroof on WMRA’s The Spark. He discusses his experience working in Berlin in 2007 after receiving the Guggenheim Fellowship and the opportunities that followed. Marsh also explains his access to rare resources that offered new insights into Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s life, as well as the writing process for Strange Glory and his continuing interest in the influential theologian.

“What surprises me is, after working with this book for eight years, my admiration and my intrigue with Bonhoeffer’s life and thought is deeper, and in some respects, even insatiable,” Marsh reflects.

To listen to the full interview, click here. For more information on Strange Glory, click here.