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Network Norfolk columnist on UCB Radio

Dietrich Bonhoeffer CF380Regular columnist James Knight recently wrote about Dietrich Bonhoeffer and was invited to UCB Radio to discuss his article entitled Love and Grace at the centre

James’s column on Network Norfolk can be read by clicking here, in the column James marked 70 years since Dietrich Bonhoeffer (pictured left) was hanged by the Nazis for his part in the attempted assassination of Adolf Hitler.

The discussion on UCB is still available to listen to at this link - - it is only available for a few more days and then it will be gone.

The show was on for 3 hours and the interview with James is 2 hrs 15 mins into the show.


JamesKnight300James Knight is a long term contributor to the Network Norwich & Norfolk website and a local government officer based in Norwich.  He is also a writer for the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.

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