Kierkegaard and Radical Discipleship

“The central and omnipresent orientation of Søren Kierkegaard’s life-work was religious existence; he was not essentially a philosopher, a psychologist, a theologian, a social critic, or a literatus, but a teacher of Christianity (actually, a pastor, or shepherd of souls).” –Vernard Eller


  1. Readers should also note Mr. Eller’s “Sex Manual for Puritans”, complete with illustrations by the artists of Mad Magazine.

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