Footnotes, Chapter 10b
Kierkegaard and Radical Discipleship: A New Perspective (Eller)

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In Dru’s and in Rohde’s selections from Kierkegaard’s journals, the number identifies an entry rather than a page; the date following is that of the particular entry.

1. Dru Journals, 1166 (1850).

2. Thus he could say: "Thank God for Luther! He is still always a big help against the puffed up and almost demented dogmatic and objective conceit with which we go far in abolishing Christianity." Papirer, 10:2:A:231 [1849] my trans.--V.E.)

3. Dru Journals, 1119 (1850).

4. Dru Journals, 1304 (1854).

6. For instance, in his The German Mass and Order of Worship (Holman, Works, 6:173), Luther describes "the kind of service which a truly Evangelical Church Order should have." What follows is as accurate a description of a "gathered church," a sectarian Gemeinde, as could be drawn. But in conclusion Luther as much as admits that he has not formed that sort of a church because it would not "work."

7. Smith Journals, 11:1:A:502 (1854).

8. Smith Journals, 11:2:A:325 (1854).

9. Smith Journals, 1l:1:A:7 (1854).