Every time I have spoken against Dietrich Bonhoeffer, I have received negative criticism. I have called him a Post-Modern when he said some Post-Modernish things like, "What are we to think of other religions? Are they as nothing compared to Christianity? We answer that the Christian religion as religion is not of God. It is rather another example of a human way to God, like the Buddhist and others, too, though of course these are of a different nature." ("Testament To Freedom", Page 53). He has also advocated for a Post-Modern sort of Subjective morality when he said, "The Christian himself creates his standards of good and evil for himself." ("No Rusty Sword", Page 44). He has even advocated for a Catholic doctrine known as Extra Ecclesium nulla salus (The belief that Church Membership saves), saying, "The Question of Church Membership is the question of Salvation. The Boundaries of the Church are the Boundaries of Salvation. Whoever cuts himself from the Confessing church in Germany cuts himself from salvation." ("The Way to Freedom", Page 93).
Todd Friel has long been firm but generous in calling out false doctrine. The same can be said as he spoke about Bonhoeffer recently, despite the great support usually given to Bonhoeffer. You can listen to this here, which I would strongly recommend.
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