Posts Tagged ‘Soren Kierkegaard’

You want ME to pray for you? Day 19 Comments 0

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Not one prayer Marcia. Even though you asked me to pray for your pilgrimage to Santiago, not one dialogue with God has unfolded. No petitions have been sent heavenward asking for your safekeeping. Not even any candles lit on your behalf. My lack of proper praying hasn’t given rise to any guilt at all; just an engaged interest Read more

Kierkegaard re-contextualized: the agony of Pontius Pilate Comments 0

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

This is the second in a three-part series examining the theological ideas of Søren Kierkegaard through the work of three contemporary church critics. The first part can be found here. To me, the most memorable voice in the St. John’s Passion has always been that of Pontius Pilate. After struggling fruitlessly to undo the inevitability of Read more