Søren Kierkegaard was a Christian author who was against applying the ideas of the Scientific Enlightenment to Christianity. He lived in Denmark from 1813 to 1855. His works were written to the single individual who might be interested in reading them.
My name is Craig Campbell. I’ve lived in Wisconsin for the most part but did get to travel because I joined the Air Force and went to Texas, New Mexico, and Madrid, Spain. I taught school for a short time and then worked for the State of Wisconsin for 20 years.
Somewhere around 2006 I became interested in the writings of Søren Kierkegaard. His books were strange and interesting, so I decided to read as many as I could get my hands on.
I liked reading so much that I volunteered to add content to Wikipedia, Librivox, and YouTube. Then I started a blog and have been building and destroying it since 2011. It’s taken the form of a variety of quotes and links and has recieved a good number of hits.
I named it Kierkegaard’s Challenge because he wrote to the individual reader and tended to go against the idea of a State sponsored religion as much as a State sponsored philosophy. He wants each individual to choose for him or her self.
Librivox Readings all in the public domain