Theological Fragments: Bonhoeffer on Incurvatus in se

“All who countenance that they need only to come to themselves, in order to be in God, are doomed to hideous disillusion in the experience of being-, persisting-, and ending-up-turned-in-upon-themselves utterly — the experience of utmost loneliness in its tormenting desolation and sterility” (Bonhoeffer, Act and Being, 42).

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