Professor Dr. Hermann Sasse (1895-1976) was a remarkable churchman who had a varied ministry: pastor in Berlin, professor at the University of Erlangen (1933-48), and professor at Immanuel/Luther Seminary in Adelaide. He was known as an articulate spokesman for confessional Lutheranism. Recent interest in Sasse has focused on his collaboration with Dietrich Bonhoeffer on the Bethel Confession in 1933, described by Klaus Scholder as "theologically and politically clearer and more exact in some passages than the famous Barmen declaration of May 1934." Sasse was also one of the principal figures at the famous Barmen Synod. He was the first theologian to raise his voice against Nazism. This book gives a complete list of Dr. Sasse's writings, including unpublished essays and works about him. All introductory sections are in English and German; explanatory parts of the bibliography are likewise bilingual. Indexes.