Time for Confessing (BOK)
???[This book] is monumental not only because Bertram was a leading authority on the subject [of the gospel], but because it demonstrates how deeply and personally he was connected with the evangelical, global, and ecumenical experiences that comprise these chapters. He placed himself at the feet of his fellow confessors to learn from their experiences, and also made them his own. As such he was truly a theologian-in-residence, enjoying the exile of fellow exiles, sharing their ???joys and sorrow??? (1 Cor. 12: 26), always with cruciform passion and conviction.???
? Michael Hoy (from the preface)