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Critical Review by Alan Race

SOURCE: “Credo in Unum Humanum,” in Times Literary Supplement, August 16, 1991, p. 27.

In the following review, Race asserts, “Hans Küng's Global Responsibility aims to provide a rationale for overcoming the tragic fissure between peace and truth, both within and between the world religions.”

While the moral summons to peace ought to instil friendship between the religions, their neurotic desire for the absolute truth, as the respective traditions have symbolized and defended it, has driven them to war. If religions have historically placed a premium on truth over peace, then the declining state of the globe now cries out for a reversal of priorities. Hans Küng's Global Responsibility aims to provide a rationale for overcoming the tragic fissure between peace and truth, both within...

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