It's 'girlish' to preach about sinfulness too much

Blocher sums up Kierkegaard as follows:
Our temptation may be to exaggerate the situation [of human depravity] out of apocalyptic zeal; the more we condemn the world, the more prophetic we feel, or are considered. Kierkegaard sensed in some traditional articles on original sin, couched in extremely harsh words, 'an almost feminine passion', 'the fanaticism of a girl in love'. Kierkegaard's irony cannot easily be faulted; compared with our own 'evangelical' habits, the balance and sobriety of Scripture are admirable.