Re: christian existentialism
Welcome to the group. The best advice I can offer is to read as much
Kierkegaard as you can. I don't know if there is actually a Christian
Existentialism apart from his works. Jacques Maritain wrote some
interesting stuff from a Thomist Catholic perspective that you might
also find interesting.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sunnyhoneyjul"
> i am very interested in the idea of christian existentialism &cannot
> kierkegaard in general. I have just begun to research it and see if
> it is what i am looking for. mostly I will be observing, as I
> comment yet. If anyone has any tips or advice for me, I welcomethem.