Kierkegaard and the Trinitarian Grammar of Christian Theology

Footnote

Murray Rae, "Kierkegaard and the Trinitarian Grammar of Christian Theology," Participatio Supplemental Volume 5: "Søren Kierkegaard as a Christian, Incarnational Theologian" (2019): 22-40

Bibliography

Rae, Murray. "Kierkegaard and the Trinitarian Grammar of Christian Theology." Participatio Supplemental Volume 5: "Søren Kierkegaard as a Christian, Incarnational Theologian" (2019): 22-40

Abstract

Although the writings of Søren Kierkegaard contain few explicit references to the Trinity and no discussion of the doctrine of the Trinity as such, his writings are profoundly dependent nevertheless on an orthodox Christian understanding of the triune nature of God. That is especially evident in his account of how we are brought into relationship with God, and is made explicit in the form of his prayers which are often addressed to Father, Son and Spirit.

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Søren Kierkegaard as a Christian, Incarnational Theologian

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