Although faced with different needs and warrants from different eras, both Søren Kierkegaard and Pope Francis challenged the Christian populous of their times to live authentically. For the two, Christianity is a way of existence that transcends doctrine and speculation. Authenticity is predicated upon an internal transformation that is manifested externally by the way one relates to others. This paper outlines the unique approach each man takes to this challenge.
Juguilon, Alex O.S.C.. 2015. A Comparison of the Christological Praxis of Søren Kierkegaard and Pope Francis. Obsculta 8, (1) : 133-147. http://digitalcommons.csbsju.edu/obsculta/vol8/iss1/14.