Kierkegaard’s Clown – Book Overview

Paul’s years of consulting in developing countries has left him with a nagging questions: How do the world’s poor live from day to day on almost nothing but still retain elements of humanity and peace that are quickly disappearing in the rich world? How can the world’s major religions preach the same message but continue to war on each other?

He’s been “discussing” these questions for several years with his imaginary friend, Kierkegaard’s Clown, who finally loses his patience with Paul. He takes Paul on several trips to “circus tents” in New York, Asia, India, and finally Iraq, where Paul and his new friend Marthe escape to Cairo with the relics of St. Therese of Lisieux as the bombs begin to fall. In Cairo, the clown reappears with St. Therese, and Paul finds his answers.

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Kierkegaard's Clown

Kierkegaard's Clown