The title is a reference to a line from Philippians , " Kierkegaard wanted to understand the anxiety  that must have been present in Abraham when "God tested [him] and said to him, take Isaac , your only son, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah and offer him as a burnt offering on the mountain that I shall show you. He resigned himself to the three-and-a-half-day journey and to the loss of his son. Who, after all, could understand him, for did not the nature of temptation extract from him a pledge of silence?
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The first communicable attribute I will be looking at is goodness. Humans can be good in relation to one another, but their standard is subjective. Therefore, true goodness is understood in light of the revelation of God in his Word. We can emulate the goodness of God, but we can never be perfectly good.
In this short text I will examine these philosophies, exploring what Kierkegaard meant by each one. Finally, I'll examine the problems of his theory and explore some of the presumptions and pre-requisites it necessitates. Firstly I find it necessary to understand the context in which Kierkegaard wrote and believed the philosophies we now explore. Kierkegaard's writings were not without a purpose or agenda.
There is no use denying the fact that humanity has always been affected by such phenomena as ethics, morals, and religion. Going along with society, these notions influenced human beings and introduced some changes to their lives. It should also be said with the increase in the complexity of society.