Kierkegaard and Young Adult Anxiety

Believe it or not, we’re down to the penultimate video from last month’s conference in […]

Mockingbird / 5.22.13

Believe it or not, we’re down to the penultimate video from last month’s conference in NYC. This one comes to us courtesy of a true expert in the field (zing!). Will “WB” McDavid:

You may download the recording of this talk by clicking here.

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10 responses to “Kierkegaard and Young Adult Anxiety”

  1. David Morton says:

    The link to the recording is wrong. I started to try to listen to it this morning, and was utterly confused when neither Kierkegaard nor Anxiety was mentioned in the duration of the talk.

    • David Zahl says:

      Fixed! Sorry about that…

      • David Morton says:

        Thanks!

        Ummm… yeah… that was probably the most dead-on, jam packed with honest, gracious truth talk I’ve ever heard, and I’m not exaggerating. I can honestly say, as a Christian who struggles with anxiety, I’ve never seen such an excellent analysis of and clear solution of and out of the problem. This talk has made sense of the anxiety that I feel, and why my hunger for the Gospel has grown alongside the anxiety.

        It’s my anxiety that turns my need for the Gospel from a logical, theological need, into an everyday felt need. And it explains why the Gospel is the only thing that seems to have any positive effect whatsoever on the anxiety that I feel.

        Thank you so much for posting this. It’s pure gold.

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