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R2C2 Spiritual Assessment with Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s “Ethics” were published in 1949 and propose that Ethics have a claim on all aspects of life. Accordingly, in 2019 I proposed that spiritual resilience needed to be assessed with the same big picture view.

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R2C2 Spiritual Assessment with Dietrich Bonhoeffer

  1. 1. R2C2 Spiritual Assessment with Dietrich Bonhoeffer Spiritual assessment is the work of the professional chaplain which gauges the patient's ability to cope with their situation. The R2C2 format can help chaplains take a comprehensive look at the person in their care. The underlying assumption is that life is bigger than just the material presented during clinical interaction. All the patients' stressors and supportive factors have an impact on their ability to cope. Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s “Ethics” were published in 1949 and propose that Ethics have a claim on all aspects of life. Accordingly, in 2019 I proposed that spiritual resilience needed to be assessed with the same big picture view. Bonhoeffer named four mandates that encompass all areas of life: church, marriage and family, work or culture, and government. In light of societal changes over the past 70 years, I reimagined them as: religion, relationships, culture, and community. Rev. Daniel Haas, BCC www.danielhaas.org Religion Bonhoeffer called this "church". In a more diverse society the relevant question is: What supports the person's meaning- making? Culture Bonhoeffer called this “work” or “culture” and to this day people introduce themselves with their profession. The relevant question is: Where does the person get their sense of self? Relationships Bonhoeffer called this "family". It is more helpful to include "chosen family" as well. The relevant question is: Which relationships - nurturing and draining - have an impact on the person's ability to cope? Community Bonhoeffer called this “government”. While political participation is still crucial, other forms of activism have gained traction. The relevant question is: Where does the person get their sense of connectedness?

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