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Training in Christianity by Søren Kierkegaard
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Jun 05, 12

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bookshelves: non-fiction
Recommended for: Christians
Read from April 16 to June 05, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This was a difficult read for me, simply because of his complex syntax and long sentences. I found plenty of gems of wisdom and a vocabulary through which I can discuss topics mentioned in the book with others, but there were plenty of sections which weighed down so heavily that it was hard to get through. I found it a little comforting when I had reached the end of some 4 or 5 extremely boring pages to see a footnote from the translator basically admitting to how dull a read these last 4 or 5 pages have been. But still, I wasn't strongly moved by anything mentioned in here. Perhaps one or two quotes were actually worth keeping in mind in the future.

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