Theologian Research

You should use at least eight resources for your essay, with at least one of these being a primary

source by the theologian you have chosen. (stick with peer reviewed publications, such as books and

journal articles).
Your essay should be based on the following scaffold:
1. Introduction.
2. Dietrich Bonhoeffer ? explain and analyse the fundamental components of their theology,

including a brief commentary on its historical context and a brief comparison with other

theologians of their time.
3. Using the focus area of New Atheism Theology, propose a convincing argument for the relevance of

Dietrich Bonhoeffer ?s theology in this context.
4. Conclusion
Absolute word limit of 3,000 words (includes approximately 2,000 words in the body of the essay

plus approximately 1,000 words for references, reference list/bibliography,

You should use at least eight resources for your essay, with at least one of these being a primary

source by the theologian you have chosen. (stick with peer reviewed publications, such as books and

journal articles).
Your essay should be based on the following scaffold:
1. Introduction.
2. Dietrich Bonhoeffer – explain and analyse the fundamental components of their theology,

including a brief commentary on its historical context and a brief comparison with other

theologians of their time.
3. Using the focus area of New Atheism Theology, propose a convincing argument for the relevance of

Dietrich Bonhoeffer ‘s theology in this context.
4. Conclusion
Absolute word limit of 3,000 words (includes approximately 2,000 words in the body of the essay

plus approximately 1,000 words for references, reference list/bibliography,

New Atheism
Tina Beattie, The new atheists: the twilight of reason and the war on religion (Andrews UK Ltd

2010)

Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co, 2008)

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