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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December 14

“From on high He will draw all unto Himself. From on high–for here upon earth He went about in lowliness, in the lowly form of a servant, in poverty and wretchedness, in suffering. This indeed was Christianity, not that a rich man makes the poor rich, but that the poorest of all makes all men rich, both the rich and the poor. And this indeed was Christianity, not that it is the happy man who comforts the afflicted, but that it is He who of all men is the most afflicted.”
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~Source: Training in Christianity (1848)
Author: Søren Kierkegaard

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

July 05

“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 something entirely different, something that is believed.”
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~Source: Training in Christianity (1850)
Author: Søren Kierkegaard

July 05

“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

December 14

“From on high He will draw all unto Himself. From on high–for here upon earth He went about in lowliness, in the lowly form of a servant, in poverty and wretchedness, in suffering. This indeed was Christianity, not that a rich man makes the poor rich, but that the poorest of all makes all men rich, both the rich and the poor. And this indeed was Christianity, not that it is the happy man who comforts the afflicted, but that it is He who of all men is the most afflicted.”
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~Source: Training in Christianity (1848)
Author: Søren Kierkegaard

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