I don't always agree with the Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard (d. 1855), but he always gets me thinking. For example, I recently read his essay For Self Examination, which has a section on Martin Luther, faith, and works. Although he doesn't use the terms, Kierkegaard was talking about legalism and antinomianism. Here's part of that… Continue reading Becoming a Christian Cheaply (Kierkegaard)
Soren Kierkegaard was a 19th century Danish philosopher. He is known as one of the leading existentialists – a school of thought that rejected rationalism and romanticism. He is known for other things as well, including his critique of the Danish state church of his day; he was critical of it because, he said, many… Continue reading Admire or Imitate Christ?