The atmosphere that pervades the entire Danish church circle can be said to be completely addicted to a strange trend of pursuing "human wisdom" in the Hellenistic age. The superiors no longer continue to look up to "divine wisdom" (revelation from the "Bible"), and have lost the quality and connotation of Christianity (Protestant)... Therefore, Kierkegaard is a Christian who studies philosophy and theology. Their identities were made public, and they severely criticized many so-called "nominal" Christians.
In Qi's concept, the word "faith" can only be explained by a group of preachers who have not experienced the life of Christ preached in the synagogue photo retouching every week, and they have no testimony and step into the church purely "well-dressed" If the church members who come to worship on Sunday are the mission targets, behind the stage and the high cross, a dual character of collective hypocrisy and self-righteousness of the masses has actually formed (wow, so spicy).
The "faith" manifested in the meeting now seems to have decayed long ago. The church has also been reduced to the "Pharisees" whom the Lord Jesus rebuked in the Gospels, and was extremely unbearable. Yes, it is "unbearable". Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites. For you are like whitewashed tombs, beautiful on the outside, but full of bones of the dead and all filth on the inside. - Matthew 23:27 Kierkegaard said that he couldn't accept that he was a member of this "hypocritical" belief logic, so he frankly and decisively expressed his dissatisfaction to the top leaders of the church at that time.