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The views expressed here are the author's own. Trinity Episcopal Church in Concord invites you to its Sunday morning Adult Forum, Trinity's adult education program, which meets weekly at 9 AM to hear speakers sharing their experiences on one of six themes — word, worship, wonder, world, witness, work — each being an important aspect connecting faith with everyday life.
Trinity forum: søren kierkegaard, truth is subjectivity
Kierkegaard's primary concern is his reader, whom he refers to as "the existing individual. Kierkegaard felt that the mentality of his times was infected by a "disease of reflection," that objective rational thought, appropriate to the sciences, was overly employed in areas of human existence such as ethics and religion.
The result is that one thinks, but does not live, important concepts.
In contrast, Kierkegaard has little interest in elaborating theories or doctrines; instead his goal is to train his reader in making the "original text" a living reality in all of his or her life. This talk will illustrate subjective thinking by quotes from Kierkegaard, and show how it applies to specific concepts: the neighbor, community, working, happiness, faith, justification — to name a few.
This is as relevant to our times as it was to Kierkegaard's Denmark. Speaker Dale Landis is a member of Trinity's book group.
He was educated as a mathematician and is retired from an engineering career. He is married with two children and five grandchildren.
Trinity's invited Forum speakers come from many walks of life and have addressed all manner of topics -- serious, mysterious, personal and world-focussed. Among our recent topics are pilgrimage, faith lost and found, histories and Biblical persons, death, dying and grieving, parenting, stewardship, education, and much more.
Childcare begins in Trinity's nursery at 9 AM; Trinity's buildings are fully accessible. The views expressed in this post are the author's own.
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