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Kierkegaard's Kenotic Christology

David R. Law

  • The first comprehensive study of the kenotic character of Kierkegaard's Christology
  • A detailed study of the Christology Kierkegaard advances in Philosophical Fragments and Practice in Christianity
  • Places Kierkegaard's Christology in the context of the historical controversies concerning kenotic theology, particularly the early 17th century controversy in Lutheran Orthodoxy and the mid-19th century German debates
  • Provides a corrective to the tendency in Kierkegaard scholarship to overemphasize Kierkegaard's uniqueness by highlighting where he is in continuity with theological tradition
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