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Training in Christianity

Søren Kierkegaard (whom I’m re-reading of late) has left a message in a bottle (so to speak) for Nancy Pelosi and her ideological allies. Non-Catholic Christianity having now taken so many different forms, Kierkegaard’s critique retains its clearest pertinence, mutatis … Continue reading

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“What one especially praises in Christ is precisely what one would be most embittered by if one were contemporary with it.” – Søren Kierkegaard

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The Difference between an Admirer and a Disciple

 I find the words of Søren Kierkegaard below apropos of the overall state of Christianity today in our part of the world. Some wag has said of one of the “progressive” Protestant communions that its initials stand for “Unitarians Considering … Continue reading

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