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The two men’s personal relationship began after Bonhoeffer’s return from America in July 1931.  Traveling to Bonn, Bonhoeffer anonymously attended a 7 a.m. lecture (where he heard some of what would become Church Dogmatics vol. 1, part 1), caught Barth’s attention with a timely quotation from Luther, and was invited to the professor’s home for dinner and conversation.  Barth was impressed with the twenty-five year-old theologian, and the two met and corresponded regularly over the ensuing years (Stephen R. Haynes and Lori Brandt Hale, Bonhoeffer for Armchair Theologians, 11).

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