English, Article edition: BIBLICAL ASPECTS OF KIERKEGAARD'S ABRAHAM STORY PRESENTATION Miroslav Vlček

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  • BIBLICAL ASPECTS OF KIERKEGAARD'S ABRAHAM STORY PRESENTATION
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  • Miroslav Vlček
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  • Kierkegaard presesents Abraham Story as an example of faith (CREDO) as an immediate (free from reason mediation) religious relation(engagement, binding) to God. This type of relation (like any other) consists in partikular aspects (subject and object of relation, relation basic and relation itself). Presented artikle is aimed at explication of particular aspects of God (as understood by patriarchs in Izrael), mainly concractual nature of religious relation, exemplified via Abraham Story (Isaac sacrifice etc.). Explication is used to make more explicit hidden presuppositions of Kirkegaard's interpretation of Abraham's son sacrifice as well as its relevance in the kontext of Biblical studies.
  • Abraham, monotheism, Moses
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2005:y:2005:i:5:id:238:p:122-134
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