Kierkegaard, in his late and confirmedly Christian period, discusses the sharp separation of "Christianity" from “Christendom,” as seen in the official church.
Originally published in 1944.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- PREFACE, pg. v
- CONTENTS, pg. xv
- GENERAL INTRODUCTION, pg. xix
- Part I. ‘COME HITHER, ALL YE THAT LABOUR AND ARE HEAVY LADEN, I WILL GIVE YOU REST.’, pg. 1
- Part II. ‘BLESSED IS HE WHOSOEVER IS NOT OFFENDED IN ME.’, pg. 73
- Part III. FROM ON HIGH H E WILL DRAW ALL MEN UNTO HIMSELF, pg. 145
- AN EDIFYING DISCOURSE, pg. 255
- INDEX, pg. 273
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