Kierkegaard, pietism and holiness / Christopher B. Barnett.  (Text) (Text)

Barnett, Christopher B. (Christopher Baldwin), 1976-
Call no.: B4378.C5 B364 2016Series: Ashgate new critical thinking in religion, theology and biblical studies seriesPublication: London : Routledge, 2016Description: xii, 230 pNotes: Reprint. Originally published: Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate Pub., c2011.ISBN: 9781138260993; 1138260991Subject(s): Kierkegaard, Soren, 1813-1855PietismLOC classification: B4378.C5 | B364 2016
Contents:The origin and development of pietism : a selective history -- Pietism in the Danish context : from its beginning to the family Kierkegaard -- Kierkegaard's reading of pietist literature : an investigation of themes Christian and Socratic -- "Misunderstanding the meaning of venturing everything" : Kierkegaard's analysis of monastic and pietist separatism -- Kierkegaard, "The present age" and the call for suffering servants -- Should one suffer death for the truth? : Kierkegaard's development of Imitatio Christi.
Summary: SAren Kierkegaard wrote that Pietism is 'the one and only consequence of Christianity'. Praise of this sort - particularly when coupled with Kierkegaard's significant personal connections to the movement in Christian spirituality known as Pietism - would seem to demand thorough investigation. And yet, Kierkegaard's relation to Pietism has been largely neglected in the secondary literature. Kierkegaard, Pietism and Holiness fills this scholarly gap and, in doing so, provides the first full-length study of Kierkegaard's relation to the Pietist movement. First accounting for Pietism's role in Kierkegaard's social, ecclesial, and intellectual background, Barnett goes on to demonstrate Pietism's impact on Kierkegaard's published authorship, principally regarding the relationship between Christian holiness and secular culture. This book not only establishes Pietism as a formative influence on Kierkegaard's life and thinking, but also sheds fresh light on crucial Kierkegaardian concepts, from the importance of 'upbuilding' to the imitation of Christ.
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Reprint. Originally published: Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate Pub., c2011.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The origin and development of pietism : a selective history -- Pietism in the Danish context : from its beginning to the family Kierkegaard -- Kierkegaard's reading of pietist literature : an investigation of themes Christian and Socratic -- "Misunderstanding the meaning of venturing everything" : Kierkegaard's analysis of monastic and pietist separatism -- Kierkegaard, "The present age" and the call for suffering servants -- Should one suffer death for the truth? : Kierkegaard's development of Imitatio Christi.

SAren Kierkegaard wrote that Pietism is 'the one and only consequence of Christianity'. Praise of this sort - particularly when coupled with Kierkegaard's significant personal connections to the movement in Christian spirituality known as Pietism - would seem to demand thorough investigation. And yet, Kierkegaard's relation to Pietism has been largely neglected in the secondary literature. Kierkegaard, Pietism and Holiness fills this scholarly gap and, in doing so, provides the first full-length study of Kierkegaard's relation to the Pietist movement. First accounting for Pietism's role in Kierkegaard's social, ecclesial, and intellectual background, Barnett goes on to demonstrate Pietism's impact on Kierkegaard's published authorship, principally regarding the relationship between Christian holiness and secular culture. This book not only establishes Pietism as a formative influence on Kierkegaard's life and thinking, but also sheds fresh light on crucial Kierkegaardian concepts, from the importance of 'upbuilding' to the imitation of Christ.

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