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Infallible? an inquiry.

Author: Hans Küng
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971.
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Küng, Hans, 1928-
Infallible?
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971
(OCoLC)608917244
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Küng
OCLC Number: 132286
Notes: Translation of Unfehlbar?
Description: 262 pages 22 cm
Contents: I. Infallible teaching office? --
1. The errors of the ecclesiastical teaching office --
2. An encyclical as occasion for an examination of conscience --
3. The question of authority --
4. Teaching office and conscience --
5. The neuralgic point --
6. Why the Pope was not convinced --
II. Firm foundations --
1. The textbook arguments --
2. Vatican II and infallibility --
3. Critical counterquestions --
4. Vatican I's interest in infallibility --
5. The definition of papal infallibility --
6. Pope against church? --
7. Critical counterquestions --
III. The central problem --
1. Negative demarcations --
a. Lack of freedom at Vatican I? --
b. The primacy question? --
c. The rights of conscience --
d. Opportuneness, conditions and limits of the infallibility definition? --
e. The term infallibility --
f. The truth, mandate, and authority of the church as such? --
2. Positive determination --
a. The faith of the church is dependent on articles (propositions) of faith --
b. It has not been proved that faith is dependent on infallible propositions --
IV. An answer --
1. The problematic of propositions as such --
2. Rationalist origin of the theory of clear propositions and the ideal of knowledge --
3. The problematic of ecclesiastical definitions --
4. The dilemma and its solution --
5. The church on the road to truth --
6. Infallibility or indefectibility --
7. The church's remaining in the truth --
8. Ecumenical perspectives --
9. The truth of councils --
10. The truth of Scripture --
11. A teaching office?.
Other Titles: Unfehlbar?
Responsibility: Translated by Edward Quinn.

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