What does Kierkegaard mean by "double-mindedness"? Please answer the question from 2 to 3 paragragh.
Note 1: The text you'll need to read for this question is Chapter 4-7 of Kierkegaard's Pure of Heart Is To Will One Thing
Note 2: Use at least two examples to support your point, i.e. examples of double-mindedness.
Note 3: Make absolutely certain that you have the translation of Purity of Heart by Douglas Steere and which is published by Harper Torchbooks.