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Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian coherence

Paul R. Sponheim

Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian coherence

by Paul R. Sponheim

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Sponheim.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4827.K5 S6 1975
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 332 p. ;
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5185222M
    ISBN 100837174554
    LC Control Number75003999

      Kierkegaard was a theistic existentialist. You might try reading an introductory book like The Universe Next Door for more information. He is certainly worth reading, and I applaud the fact that you have already wrestled with some of his own writings. In fact, you may want to ignore my advice and simply keep reading Kierkegaard. Book Briefs. The Mind of Christ: A Personal Pilgrimage of Discovery with the Disciples, by Harold A. Bosley (Abingdon, , pp., $). A colorful preacher and exciting writer gives a not Author: Vernon C. Grounds.

    Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian Coherence. By Paul Sponheim. DETAILS. A collection of the thoughts of renowned theologian Soren Kierkegaard on Christianity. Part of The Library of Philosophy and Theology series. Soren Aabye Kierkegaard (5 May 11 November ) was a Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic, and religious. In ‘Kierkegaard on Faith and Reason’ (Sophia, April ), L. T. Howe argues that for Kierkegaard ‘Christ is the Absolute Paradox not because reason is challenged, but because in every relationship to him, passions are offended. Out of passionate concern for salvation men look for the One who will come in power and glory; he comes, but in Cited by: 3.

    An essay or paper on Kierkegaard and Christianity. In pages from "The Journals" in A Kierkegaard Anthology, Kierkegaard tries to find the heart of Christianity in action rather than simply in thought. Kierkegaard emphasizes the individuality of the Christian calling: "The thing is .   The forums in the Christian Congregations category are now open only to Christian members. Please review our current Faith Groups list for information on which faith groups are considered to be Christian faiths. Christian members please remember to read the Statement of Purpose threads for each forum within Christian Congregations before posting in .


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Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian coherence. [Paul R Sponheim] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul R Sponheim The sense of a systematic study of Kierkegaard --The matrix for Kierkegaard as a systematic thinker --The disclosure of the rhythms of reflection in Kierkegaard's description of God and man --The interpenetration of the.

Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian coherence. [Paul R Sponheim] The sense of a systematic study of Kierkegaard --The matrix for Kierkegaard as a systematic thinker --The disclosure of the rhythms of reflection in Kierkegaard's description of God and man --The interpenetration of the rhythms of reflection in the actuality of the Christ.

Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian coherence Hardcover – by Paul R Sponheim (Author) › Visit Amazon's Paul R Sponheim Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by: 8. Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian Coherence Hardcover – January 1, by Paul Sponheim (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). The author identifies two tendencies to be discerned near the center of Kierkegaard's writings: the first, a diastasis—a separation of God and man into two polarities; and the second a synthesis in which this polarity tends to be overcome.

This later tendency finds its full expression in the idea of the Coherence of God and Man in Christ. Søren Kierkegaard's theology has been a major influence in the development of 20th century theology.Søren Kierkegaard (–) was a 19th-century Danish philosopher who has been generally considered the "Father of Existentialism".During his later years (–), most of his writings shifted from philosophical in nature to religious.

The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard is often read for his contributions to Christian theology, but he also has much to offer about spirituality—both Christian and more generally human.

Stephen Evans assesses Kierkegaard’s belief that true spirituality should be seen as accountability: the grateful recognition of our existence as : Wm. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Kierkegaard's theological work focuses on Christian ethics, the institution of the Church, the differences between purely objective proofs of Christianity, the infinite qualitative distinction between man and God, and the individual's subjective relationship to the God-Man Jesus the Christ, which came through faith.

Much of his work deals with Christian mater: University of Copenhagen. Buy a cheap copy of Practice in Christianity book by Søren Kierkegaard. Of the many works he wrote duringhis richest and most fruitful year, Kierkegaard specified Practice in Christianity as the most perfect and truest thing.

Free shipping over $Cited by: This book is no different. Kierkegaard is not usually thought of as a ‘spiritual writer” but, by drawing from the texts nearest and dearest to Kierkegaard’s heart, Evans creates a good case for seeing Kierkegaard as a humanist, Christian, and deeply spiritual guide.

(PUBPrinceton)Kierkegaard regarded as his ''most fruitful year'' and this work was ''the most perfect and truest'' he had written. Adopting the new pseudonym of Anti-Climacus, he begins his attack on Christendom when held up to the light of Christ's ideal. pages, softcover.

Practice in Christianity (Kierkegaard's Writings) () by Soren KierkegaardPages: Christian Discourses (Danish: Christelige Taler) is one of the first books in Søren Kierkegaard's second period of authorship and was published on Ap Structure. The work consists of four parts: Part One - The Cares of the Pagans (1) The.

There are plenty of non-Christian or “secular” spiritualities out there—just scan the New York Times bestseller list or step into the foyer of a Barnes and Noble.

Kierkegaard discusses (and. Short answer, yes. Long answer, yyyyyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssssssssss. Edna Hong who, with her husband Howard translated Kierkegaard, was also an author in her.

Kierkegaard's first major book was this dissertation, published in This, along with many of his other books, was in conflict with Hegelianism, the dominant German philosophy of the time. Contrary to Hegel, Kierkegaard believed in personal immortality, and that human life cannot be rationalized in the way that Hegel's system would.

Kierkegaard notes that it is not the content of the revelation so much as the fact that it is revelation. By way of example he says that even if one were to quote Christ verbatim, only Christ is inspired.

Kierkegaard held a prolonged fascination with the topic of inspiration, authority and the pastor's vocation. Books on Kierkegaard in English. Note: This bibliography is still in rough form.

It lists books on Kierkegaard in English from to If a book has more than one printing or edition, only the first is listed. Paul R. Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian Coherence. New York: Harper & Row, Stack.

― Soren Kierkegaard 21 likes “Should one of them after having caught the greatness of Abraham's deed, but also the appallingness of it, venture out on the road, I would saddle my horse and ride along with him. Kierkegaard's strategy to avoid further isolation was to deny he was a Christian.

But Kierkegaard was clearly a follower of Jesus and a believer. Most recognize him as a Christian theologian of merit. What Kierkegaard meant was he was not a Paulinist when Paulinism had come to redefine what it meant to be a Christian. This can only be realized.

juncture. He has written a book to elucidate "Kierkegaard's own substan-tive theological position." Sponheim brings scholarly gifts and tools to his task.

He can do his own translating with confidence from the Danish editions.4 He has read, and * Paul Sponheim, Kierkegaard on Christ and Christian Coherence (London: SCM Press, ).

Søren Kierkegaard () had a mission to reintroduce the Christian faith to a church that had become weak, flabby and inconsequential. In this book, Mark Tietjan examines core Christian doctrines in order to demonstrate how Kierkegaard’s critique of his contemporaries strikes close to home today.These discourses are from the last half of SKs writings and date from Unlike many of his earlier works they are overtly confessional and plainly discuss matters of faith and the Christian Life which for SK revolves around such themes as: total trust in Gods will, self denial, suffering, sacrifice, renunciation of the values of his age, imitation of Christ/5.

Kierkegaard's claim that the Christian life should be understood in terms of the task of becoming a Christian invokes two different conceptions of Christian : Clare Carlisle.