Footnotes, Chapter 12d
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, 31 (1835). Most of S.K.'s statements in this vein come from the "post-authorship" attacker of Christendom; this one comes from the "pre-authorship" university student.

2. Mack Senior, Basic Questions, in Durnbaugh, Origins, Question 38 and its answer, 341-2.

3. Diem, Dialectic, 106-7.

4. Training in Christianity, (Pt. II), p.144. Cf. Rohde Journals, 173 (1848). Cf. Smith Journals, 11:1:A:22:234, and 11:2:A:371 (all 1854).

5. "To Become Sober" (Discourse I) in Judge For Yourselves!, 144.

6. Training in Christianity, (Pt. II), pp. 143-44.

7. Smith Journals, 11:2:A:38 (1854).

8. Smith Journals, 11:3:B:197 (1854).

10. Attack upon "Christendom," 183.

11. Ibid.