The Attack was Kierkegaard's last work, and his most controversial. In it, he scathingly criticizes not the Church but ''Christendom,'' the established order of things in a presumably 'Christian land'---and the scenery of ''Christendom'' has changed very little in the century since he attacked it. Though the satire is outrageous at times, Kierkegaard's arguments are effective precisely because they are prompted by a genuine faith. Translation with an introduction and notes by Walter Lowrie, paper from Princeton.
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