Joel Looper

Joel Looper has a PhD in Divinity from the University of Aberdeen. His work has appeared in LARB, the Australian Broadcasting Company’s “Religion and Ethics,” the Other Journal, and other outlets. He is a regular contributor to Arcdigitial.media. His book, What Bonhoeffer Saw in America, is forthcoming from Baylor University Press.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

How Would Bonhoeffer Vote?

As so many different political camps invoke Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Joel Looper takes a deep dive into the late German theologian's political thought....


Bonhoeffer Co-Opted

Contributor Joel Looper on Charles Marsh's "Strange Glory: A Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer"...

Bonhoeffer Co-Opted
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