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David William Cain (born November 5, 1941) is a professor emeritus of religion at the University of Mary Washington and past president of the Søren Kierkegaard Society of North America. He has chaired plenary sessions on and authored books about Søren Kierkegaard. He lectures in Christian theology and has edited, compiled, and preserved the work of the late Harvard theologian Arthur Chute McGill, three volumes of which are available in new editions. He is also an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ.
An Evocation of Kierkegaard is an illustrated book about the world of Søren Kierkegaard. It is not a biography, rather a book about Kierkegaard in Copenhagen and the rest of Denmark. The book is a result of Cain's Kierkegaard pilgrimage in 1984. David Cain himself calls his book a "coffee-table Kierkegaard" and it offers a contemporary view of Kierkegaard's Copenhagen.
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