In the early twenty-first century, interest in the life and work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer is increasing significantly. In fact, led by bestselling biographies and ongoing reflection, interest in Bonhoeffer's life and thought is at an all-time high. In this environment, how should we understand and interpret Bonhoeffer? Interpreting Bonhoeffer explores the many questions surrounding the complexities of Bonhoeffer's life, work, and historical context. The essays collected here by editors Clifford J. Green and Guy C. Carter offer several specific ways to engage these questions offered by historians, theologians, ethicists, and translators from seven diverse national perspectives.