Notes On Liberal Theology

All works are by Soren Kierkegaard (either pseudonymously or non- pseudonymously) unless otherwise specified.

1 Quoted by Howard A. Johnson in his introduction to Soren Kierkegaard, Attack upon "Christendom," trans. Walter Lowrie (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1968), xxxiii.

2 A truly Kierkegaardian study of Kierkegaard's work should therefore itself be written in indirect communication and under a pseudonym!

3 Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Philosophical Fragments, I:627.

4 See "A Glance at a Contemporary Effort in Danish Literature," in Postscript, I: 251-300.

5 Postscript, I:625-630.

6 Point of View, 23. Some commentators, however, see this as a later rationalization on Kierkegaard's part and hold that this religious interest was by no means as prominent in the early works as the later Kierkegaard suggests.

7 See the probably autobiographical introduction to Johannes Climacus or De Omnibus Dubitandum Est.

8 Journals and Papers, 5:5430.

9 See, for example "Solomon's Dream" in Stages on Life's Way, 250-252.

10 Journals and Papers, 6:6472.

11 Journals and Papers, 5:5664.

12 Journals and Papers, 5:5535.

13 Letter and Documents, 70.

14 Journals and Papers, 6:6853.

15 Journals and Papers, 5:5100.

16 Point of View, 23; cf. Postscript, I:251.

17 Either/Or, II:211, 218-219.

18 Either/Or, II:219.

19 Robert L. Perkins, "Either/Or/Or: Giving the Parson His Due," in International Kierkegaard Commentary: Either/Or, Part II, ed. Robert L. Perkins (Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 1995).

20 Repetition, 212.

21 Fragments, 59.

22 Fragments, 39.

23 Fragments, 63.

24 Fragments, 16-17.

25 Concept of Anxiety, 43

26 Concept of Anxiety, 85.

27 Concept of Anxiety, 42.

28 Concept of Anxiety, 61.

29 Stages on Life's Way, 30-31.

30 Postscript, I:572.

31 Postscript, I:4444.

33 Cf. Postscript, I:559.

34 Postscript, I:556.

35 Postscript, I:258.

36 Postscript, I:556.

38 Postscript, I: 579.

39 Fragments, 59.

40 See Postscript, I: 93-106.

41 Practice in Christianity, 27.

44 Sickness unto Death, 13-14.

45 Sickness unto Death, 22.

46 Journals and Papers, 6:6467.

48 Postscript, I: 379-380.

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