6 edition of Hans Küng, his work and his way found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Hermann Häring and Karl-Josef Kuschel ; bibliography by Margret Gentner ; translated by Robert Nowell.|
|Contributions||Küng, Hans, 1928-, Häring, Hermann, 1937-, Kuschel, Karl-Josef, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||BX4705.K76 H3613 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||252|
In the first part of my text, I bring in the personality of Hans Küng, his work, ideas and the book Global Ethics which received great acclaim on international forum, Churches and society. Küng draws up three basic theses: No world peace without peace among religions. No peace among religions without dialogue between the : Daniel Knotek. Hans Küng (pronounced [ˈhans ˈkʏŋ]; born 19 March ) is a Swiss Catholic priest, theologian, and author. Since he has been President of the Foundation for a Global Ethic (Stiftung Weltethos).He is notable for his rejection of the doctrine of papal infallibility. Although Küng is not officially allowed to teach Catholic theology, his priestly faculties have not been revoked.
Hans Küng is a famous Swiss Catholic theologian and a personal hero of mine, so I was over joyed to receive a personal letter from him yesterday. Küng was a peritus at Vatican II, and is most famous for his criticism of Papal Infallibility, and his influence upon the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. He is a priest, an ecumenical professor at Tübingen and is a prolific writer. Hans Küng made his secondary studies at the coeducational Gymnasium of Lucerne: "I wanted to withdraw. I went to Rome in search of more discipline, to deepen my knowledge of traditional theology and the workings of the church.
Therefore, Küng says that he would either like to die suddenly or to take his own life, “surrounded by his closest colleagues at his house in Tuebingen or in his Swiss home town of Sursee.” I have not read his memoir, but if this story reports Küng’s views accurately, then he suffers from the perspective that his life has value only in. "On Being a Christian" is one of many books by German theologian Hans Küng, who in was stripped of his faculties to teach theology in Catholic institutions. (Image of Küng, in
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Hans Küng: His work and his way by Hermann Haring and Karl-Josef Kuschel. Fount Paperbacks. Paperback. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or.
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Küng’s early works concentrated on ecclesiology. In he published a book questioning traditional Catholic claims for infallibility (Infallible?, ET ).This book was a major reason for a Vatican censure in that took away his right to teach as an official Catholic theologian.
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In this book Hans Kung offers an intriguing theological probing into Mozart's musical work. Kung begins by discussing Mozart's Catholic background--something that, surprisingly, has hardly been treated by Mozart scholars.
In this simple, personal and often moving testimony, Hans Küng describes his fundamental convictions and reveals why, despite all the difficulties he has to face, he is still committed to the. SUMMARY. The Tübingen compromise which allowed Hans Küng to remain on the university faculty and to retain his status as director of the Ecumenical Institute, but at the same time removed him from the Roman Catholic theological faculty, appears initially to have resolved a delicate situation.
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Hans Küng's house on a hilltop outside the German university town of Tübingen, where he has pursued his entire academic career, is full of books -- including, notably, copies of his own titles, amounting to more t of which 50 have appeared in.
In this small, lucid gem of a book, the controversial Swiss theologian Hans Kung offers his thoughtful explanation of what the ancient profession of Christian faith can mean for us today.
In doing so, Kung also flings a challenging response to the new Catechism of the Catholic Church, for 'Credo' is a fresh answer to the conservative stance of today's Vatican - a salvo that cannot be.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you. 19 Hans Küng (ed.), Apostolic Succession: Rethinking A Barrier to Unity (NY: Paulist Press, ), pp.
28– Note the significance of the subtitle. Although the quote comes from Küng’s own essay, the other contributions in the book show that Küng is not alone in his method of rethinking.
20 Küng, Apostolic Succession, p. 2. One of those involved in this Council was a theologian named Hans Küng. In his magnificent book, The Church, he gives an outline of what it means to be the church (Küng 19). It is rare indeed to find a book which is still “cutting edge” thirty years after being written, yet in The Church Küng makes relevant observations and challenges.That work, published in English as Justification: The Doctrine of Karl Barth and a Catholic Reflection (), is an example of Küng's interest in the reconciliation of separated Christian churches.
Combining careful analyses of the Barthian and present-day Roman Catholic views along with an indication of their development from the time of the Reformation, the book indicates that contemporary differences stem from different ways .