The battle cry
of Soren Kierkegaard
's final set of articles and pamphlets, which held that Christianity
was a radical challenge to the social order and that the "Christianity" of his day (the 19th century
) was socially acceptable and therefore not really Christianity, but Christendom
The conclusion "Christianity does not exist" is also the reductio ad absurdum of a common dodge among Christians who explain that aspects of Christianity they don't like are not really Christian. Since everything Christians do has been labelled as un-Christian by one Christian group or another, we might conclude that Christianity does not exist.