Søren Kierkegaard: Sea of Faith (1984)

Soren Kierkegaard studying

Soren Kierkegaard studying (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dandelion Salad

on Oct 23, 2010

Part one of a two-part excerpt taken from the 1984 BBC documentary, “Sea of Faith”. The role of Søren Kierkegaard was played by the underrated Colin Jeavons. If you enjoyed the program, you can discover more about the Sea of Faith organization at www.sofn.org.uk/pages/dvd.html

There you can learn how to obtain a copy of the entire six episode series.

A philosophy podcast, The Partially Examined Life, has a detailed discussion on Kierkegaard’s The Sickness Unto Death, which can be found here:

http://www.partiallyexaminedlife.com/2010/11/21/episode-29-kierkegaard-on-the…

The BBC podcast In Our Time also has a good overview of Kierkegaard’s life and work, which can be found here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b009fycc

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see

http://www.apuritansmind.com/apologetics/the-teleological-suspension-of-the-ethical/

2 thoughts on “Søren Kierkegaard: Sea of Faith (1984)

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  2. Soren Kierkegaard –the 19th century Prophet and Martyr of Denmark …no one even compares to his uncompromising brilliance. Even the Atheists like Camus and Sartre respected his work …stating how he used knowledge against knowledge.

    S.K. understood the deception of safety in numbers and its quantitative proposition , be it via the illusion of historical objectivity in religion or secularism . The true gospel of Christ is a decisive qualitative difference as the infinite eternal is revealed by Christ the Inviter for the individual to be in ”absolute relationship with the Absolute”.

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