It seems that every six months or so, I rediscover the joy of reading Kierkegaard. To me, he is the next best thing to read after the Bible itself. While the Bible speaks to my soul, Kierkegaard speaks for my soul. . . often putting to words my most intimate thoughts on my faith. I don't know why I feel so connected to the writings of a man who wrote 165 years ago. Maybe it is because his life was a living testimony to the wonder that is our salvation. Or maybe it is because of his creativity and mastery of written imagery. Whatever the reason, Kierkegaard was a man who I can identify with in so many ways. My life may not resemble his, but I share in his wonder of our salvation.
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