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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Every criticism and evaluation of Kierkegaard’s message is made on his grounds and on the basis of his works. The basic criteria for criticism is the criteria Kierkegaard employed to judge his age; namely, Christianity of the New Testament. As he saw it, his task was to define what it took.ma to be a Christian on the basis of the New Testament. The question is: to what extent does Kierkegaard in his attack actually base his criticism and corrective on the interpretation of Christianity in the New Testament? This question is posed with the recognition that Kierkegaard himself did not claim to give a total interpretation of the New Testament. Nevertheless, it can be shown that it was his approach to the New Testament that made the attack "one sided” in many respects.
Weyermann, Andrew M., "Soren Kierkegaard's Critique of Nineteenth Century Christiandom" (1955). Bachelor of Divinity. 447.
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