Strange Glory – Book Events

For more information about Strange Glory, click here. For a selection of reviews, click here.

Watch Charles Marsh talk about Strange Glory at Trinity Church Boston in June, 2014:

List of Book Events:

4/24/2014 Virginia Charlottesville The Haven
4/30/2014 New York New York City City Seminary of New York
5/1/2014 New York New York City New York Theological Seminary
5/5/2014 Louisiana New Orleans Maple Street Book Shop
5/7/2014 Mississippi Oxford Square Books
5/8/2014 Tennessee Nashville Parnassus Books
5/9/2014 Alabama Birmingham The Alabama Booksmith
5/11/2014 Georgia Atlanta The Cathedral of St. Philip
5/28/2014 North Carolina Winston-Salem The Community Arts Cafe
5/29/2014 North Carolina Raleigh Quail Ridge Books & Music
6/1/2014 DC Washington National Presbyterian Church
6/8/2014 Massachusetts Boston Trinity Church
7/10/2014 California Los Angeles The Last Bookstore
7/13/2014 California Los Angeles Pacific Crossroads Church
8/3/2014 England Cambridge Trinity Hall
8/4/2014 England Cambridge Trinity College
08/23 – 08/24/2014 Mississippi Hattiesburg University Baptist Church
9/10/2014 Virginia Waynesboro Stone Soup Books
10/19 – 10/20/2014 Virginia Richmond Trinity United Methodist Church
11/23/2014 California San Diego 2014 American Academy of Religion
12/7/2014 Virginia Charlottesville Westminster Presbyterian Church
1/26/2015 Georgia Mount Berry Berry College
3/19/2015 Virginia Charlottesville Virginia Festival of the Book
3/30/2015 Indiana Indianapolis University of Indianapolis
4/8/2015 New York New York City Saint Peter’s Church
5/2/2015 Virginia Staunton The Sacred Circle
10/9/2015 Massachusetts Boston Boston College
11/11/2015 North Carolina Elon Elon University
1/16/2016 Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
2/16/2016 Georgia Macon Mercer University

Strange Glory: A Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer was published on April 29, 2014 by Alfred A. Knopf. Charles Marsh, director of the Project on Lived Theology, powerfully brings to life the struggles, triumphs, and transformations of Dietrich Bonhoeffer—German pastor, dissident, and conspirator in the resistance against Hitler and the Nazi party. No other theologian has crossed as many boundaries as Bonhoeffer while remaining exuberantly, generously Christian.