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A Social Function of Coram Deo in the Thought of Kierkegaard

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Kierkegaard's explanation of human equality is often understood as merely spiritual equality. By analyzing Two Ages and Works of Love, Seung-Goo Lee claims that Kierkegaard's emphasis is on true equality between people. The only way we can see people without any discrimination is to see them in the presence of God. Only in the presence of God is there 'eternal equality' between person and person. If everyone has this vision of seeing people in the presence of God, then there could be a fundamental transformation of the world.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of systematic theology at Kukje Theological Seminary Seoul, South Korea

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2016-09-28

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