Søren Kierkegaard's thirteen communion discourses represent a unique style one of the quite a few kinds of spiritual writing composed through Kierkegaard. initially released at varied occasions and locations, Kierkegaard himself believed that those discourses served as a unifying aspect in his paintings and have been an important for realizing his non secular concept and philosophy as an entire. Written in an intensely own liturgical context, the communion discourses organize the reader for participation during this ceremony through emphasizing definitely the right posture for forgiveness of sins and confession.
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