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Hans Küng : new horizons for faith and thought

Auteur : Karl-Josef Kuschel; Hermann Häring
Éditeur : New York : Continuum, 1993.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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To mark the occasion of Hans Kung's sixty-fifth birthday, this volume was prepared by various writers, thinkers, and religious leaders to celebrate Kung's life and his theology. The contributors themselves illustrate the extent of Kung's influence, as they come not only from Switzerland and Germany, but from Britain and Ireland, the United States, Latin America, Saudi Arabia, and Russia; and represent not only  Lire la suite...
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Personne nommée : Hans Küng; Hans Küng; Hans Küng
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Karl-Josef Kuschel; Hermann Häring
ISBN : 0826405932 9780826405937
Numéro OCLC : 28721276
Notes : Translation of: Hans Küng : neue Horizonte des Glaubens und Denkens.
Description : x, 402 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : The infallibility of the papal magisterium : unresolved problems and future perspectives / Otto Hermann Pesch --
Cui bono? : What is the use of public statements by theologians and whom do they benefit? / Norbert Greinacher --
Between Lucerne and Krakow : European pluralism and the church's magisterium / Peter Hebblethwaite --
Truthfulness in Catholic theology / David Tracy --
Catholicity and ecumenicity : a brief plea for the rehabilitation of a theologian / Kurt Koch --
The rationality of faith : on theological methodology / Werner G. Jeanrond --
Theology in the service of the ecumene : Protestant perspectives / Lukas Vischer --
Consensus in justification by faith without consensus in the understanding of the church? : The significance of the dispute over justification today / Johannes Brosseder --
Christianity with an authentic face : reflections on the future of the church in Latin America / Leonardo Boff --
IV. Christology and the doctrine of God. 'Jesus Christ is the decisive criterion' : beyond Barth and Hegel to a Christology 'From below' / Karl-Josef Kuschel --
The uniqueness of Christ and the challenge of the pluralistic theology of religion / Kenneth W. Brewer --
Trust as resistance against nothingness. The question of God as raised in Does God exist? / Hermann Häring --
An answer to the question of God in modern times? : A physicist reads Does God exist? / Nevill Mott --
V. Dialogue with Judaism. My encounters with Judaism / Hans Küng --
A handbook of instruction and introduction / Shalom Ben-Chorin --
No preconceived Christian pattern of thought / Pinchas Lapide --
The amazing vitality of Judaism / Charles Middleburgh --
A Catholic on the Jews / Albert H. Friedlander --
Interpreting the Jews / Tony Bayfield --
Response to Albert H. Friedlander and Tony Bayfield / Hans Küng --
An exchange of letters / Tony Hayfield and Hans Küng --
VI. World religions. Inter-religious dialogue, world ethics, and the problem of the humanum / John B. Cobb Jr --
Dialogue between religions without women? : Women's perspectives in the Abrahamic religions / Elisabeth Moltmann-Wendel --
'Dazzling Darkness' : the understanding of 'ultimate Reality' in Buddhism and Christianity / Masao Abe --
Christian theology and the Western understanding of Islam / Abdoldjavad Falaturi --
VII. Effects. Dialogue between the religions? : Questions from Great Britain / John Bowden --
A symbol of the council : influences in the United States of America / Ronald Modras --
On being a Christian in the underground : Russian experiences / Evgeni Barabanov --
Appendix : Documenation. Statement for the attention of the Pope, 20 December 1979 / Hans Küng --
Letter to the Pope, 7 December 1981 / Karl Rahner --
Appeal to the Pope, 24 April 1980 / Norbert Greinacher and Herbert Haag.
Autres titres : Hans Küng (Neue Horizonte des Glaubens und Denkens).
Responsabilité : edited by Karl-Josef Kuschel and Hermann Häring.

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To mark the occasion of Hans Kung's sixty-fifth birthday, this volume was prepared by various writers, thinkers, and religious leaders to celebrate Kung's life and his theology. The contributors themselves illustrate the extent of Kung's influence, as they come not only from Switzerland and Germany, but from Britain and Ireland, the United States, Latin America, Saudi Arabia, and Russia; and represent not only Christianity, but Judaism, Islam, and Buddhism. Together, these contributors reflect on the many circles of thought that have made up Kung's remarkable intellectual career: ecclesiology, christology, theology, and ecumenicism, first within Christianity and then to the entire world in the form of a global ethic. In spite of Kung's continued expansion into wider horizons of faith and thought, his basic theological insights have remained remarkably constant throughout his long career. He has been less influenced by fashion than many other theologians, demonstrating a constancy of conviction and coherence of theological method. Kung has, however, set the fashion for others, as he has brought and continues to bring attention to highly topical and critical issues of the current day. This volume is a fascinating critical survey of a remarkable theologian's life and thought. It provides a real understanding of Kung's theology, its strengths and weaknesses, its limitations and its riches. Finally, it aims toward rehabilitating Hans Kung as a Catholic theologian. As Heinrich Fries, one of the great figures of Roman Catholic ecumenical theology recently asked: "Is the Catholic church so narrow that it cannot tolerate a man like Kung? Or is it so rich that it can dispense with him?"

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