Through hermeneutics of suspicion to a rediscovery of faith: Kierkegaard’s pamphlet ”What Christ Judges of Official Christianity” in relation to Ricœur’s ”Religion, Atheism and Faith”

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Through hermeneutics of suspicion to a rediscovery of faith: Kierkegaard’s pamphlet ”What Christ Judges of Official Christianity” in relation to Ricœur’s ”Religion, Atheism and Faith”. / Damgaard, Iben.

I: Studia Theologica, Bind 72, Nr. 2, 03.07.2018, s. 198-216.

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Damgaard, I 2018, 'Through hermeneutics of suspicion to a rediscovery of faith: Kierkegaard’s pamphlet ”What Christ Judges of Official Christianity” in relation to Ricœur’s ”Religion, Atheism and Faith”', Studia Theologica, bind 72, nr. 2, s. 198-216. https://doi.org/10.1080/0039338X.2018.1451774

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Damgaard, I. (2018). Through hermeneutics of suspicion to a rediscovery of faith: Kierkegaard’s pamphlet ”What Christ Judges of Official Christianity” in relation to Ricœur’s ”Religion, Atheism and Faith”. Studia Theologica, 72(2), 198-216. https://doi.org/10.1080/0039338X.2018.1451774

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Damgaard I. Through hermeneutics of suspicion to a rediscovery of faith: Kierkegaard’s pamphlet ”What Christ Judges of Official Christianity” in relation to Ricœur’s ”Religion, Atheism and Faith”. Studia Theologica. 2018 jul 3;72(2):198-216. https://doi.org/10.1080/0039338X.2018.1451774

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Damgaard, Iben. / Through hermeneutics of suspicion to a rediscovery of faith: Kierkegaard’s pamphlet ”What Christ Judges of Official Christianity” in relation to Ricœur’s ”Religion, Atheism and Faith”. I: Studia Theologica. 2018 ; Bind 72, Nr. 2. s. 198-216.

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