Often called the first exitentialist philosopher, Kierkegaard has influenced both Christian and non-Christian thinkers. Talks given at Gutenberg College's 2007 Summer Institute explore the relevance of Kierkegard's project to the Christian believer. The play "Son of Abraham" by Tim McIntosh was also presented.
Matthew 5:1-12/Mark 8:31-38
Kierkegaard & Existentialism
John A. "Jack" Crabtree
Selected verses from Matthew, Mark, and Luke
Matthew 13:44-64 & I John 2:3-6
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Beautiful subject matter!
I'm so thankful that these nerds at Gutenberg College put this Summer Institute on. I love the depth and complexity of the topics covered, and discussed about; such rich, subtle subjects.
Especially riveting to me, was Jack Crabtree's "Kierkegaard and Inwardness". The idea of only existing as ~x~ due to an actual internal existential state of being, is especially clarifying and refreshing. (Not to miss, frustrating as well : ] )