July 5

“In the case of a man it may justly enough be said that the consequences of his life are more important than his life. When a person then seeks to find out who Christ was, and essays to draw a logical conclusion from the consequences of His life–he makes Him out eo ipso to be a man, a man who like other men has to pass his examination in history… [however] Christ’s return in glory is somethign entirely different, something that is believed.”
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~Source: Training in Christianity (1850)
Author: Søren Kierkegaard

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