A Kierkegaardian Perspective
Chapter 3. Unity of Faith and Reason
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UNITY OF FAITH AND REASON
Kierkegaard on Freedom and Grace
Despite the fact that Kierkegaard opposes human autonomy, some disagree. They argue he propagates autonomy and the fact is most transparent in his discussion of freedom and grace. One critic who advocates that argument is Timothy Jackson. Jackson states, “Kierkegaard and his pseudonyms offer a consistent, and consistently Arminian, account of grace and freedom.”1
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