The most accessible Kierkegaard reader ever
Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855), the Danish philosopher and theologian, is regarded as a father of modern existentialism. His works include Either/Or, Philosophical Fragments, and Works of Love. Charles E. Moore is a member of the Bruderhof community. He writes for Plough Quarterly and has compiled and edited several acclaimed books, including Called to Community: The Life Jesus Wants for His People; Provocations: Spiritual Writings of Kierkegaard; Everyone Belongs to God: Discovering the Hidden Christ; and Bearing Witness: Stories of Martyrdom and Costly Discipleship.
By far the best introduction to Kierkegaard that I have
seen. -- Vernard Eller,
In a culture awash in religious silliness, Kierkegaard's bracing metaphors expose our mediocrities and energize us with a clarified sense of what it means to follow Jesus. -- Eugene Peterson, author of Subversive Spirituality
Kierkegaard has taught me, moved me, perplexed me, and always provoked my thinking in new directions. I'm delighted to see his work in such an accessible form. -- Philip Yancey