Kierkegaard and the paradox of religious diversity kierkegaard as a christian thinker george b connell on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers sren kierkegaard 1813 1855 famously critiqued christendom especially the religious monoculture of his native denmark. Writing at a time when christian theologians were rediscovering religious diversity kierkegaard can sometimes seem like an ostrich with his head in the sand connell makes a persuasive case that kierkegaards meditations on paradox particularity uncertainty and anxiety can nonetheless inform christian thinking on religious diversity in . Kierkegaard and the paradox of religious diversity george b connell kierkegaard as a christian thinker cambridge uk and it is by reading kierkegaard in the light of the problem of religious diversity that connell hopes to address this problem christian religion in kierkegaards writing. In kierkegaard and the paradox of religious diversity george b connell has produced a concise accessible and illuminating study a worthy addition to the kierkegaard as a christian thinker series it will appeal to anyone with either a passing or a professional interest in kierkegaard as well as persons concerned with religious diversity . Connell makes a persuasive case that kierkegaards meditations on paradox particularity uncertainty and anxiety can nonetheless inform christian thinking on religious diversity in constructive ways
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