Søren Kierkegaard


Provocations contains a little of everything from Kierkegaard’s prodigious output: his famously cantankerous (yet wryly humorous) attacks on what he calls the “mediocre shell” of conventional Christianity, his brilliantly pithy parables, his wise (and witty) sayings. Most significantly, it brings to a new generation a man whose writings pare away the fluff of modern spirituality to reveal the basics of the Christ-centered life: decisiveness, obedience, and recognition of the truth.
400 printed pages
Original publication



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    Bernardo Riverohas quoted3 years ago
    All the same he said, “a corrective made into the norm is by that very fact confusing.”
    Bernardo Riverohas quoted3 years ago
    And the reason for this is “because doctrine is the indolence of aping and mimicking for the learner, and doctrine is the way to power for the teacher, and doctrine collects people.”
    Acacia Smithhas quoted5 years ago
    But he who walks the narrow path of faith no one can advise, no one can understand. Faith is a miracle, and yet no human being is excluded from it.

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