May 3, 2013
Kierkegaard's preference for "unresolved paradox to rationalizing explanation" describes my relationship with a few portions of Scripture, that's for sure.
To answer the question about challenging reading, I'm making my way through G.K. Chesterton's "The Everlasting Man", and he keeps making me think about assumptions and presuppostitions about past and present society. God is opening my eyes to see that long-long-ago does not equal much-much-different.
Nice job here, Aron.
Kierkegaard has always been fascinating to me. I recently finished a course at the university that I attend in which we discussed his Parable of a Madman; have you read it? If not, you should.
Today, I have found some room for several blog reads, but now that I've read this article, from here on out (throughout the rest of the day), I will keep this challenge in mind. Thank you!
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