Hans Küng | Critical Review by John B. Breslin

This literature criticism consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis & critique of Hans Kng.
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Critical Review by John B. Breslin

SOURCE: “God and Küng,” in Washington Post Book World, November 28, 1976, pp. H1-H2.

In the following review, Breslin praises Kung's On Being a Christian, stating that “Kung provides a skillfully argued, theologically nuanced and personally appropriated set of arguments for the liberating power of Christianity.”

Religious bestsellers in this country usually mean inspirational books by Billy Graham or slightly kooky tracts like Hal Lindsey's Late Great Planet Earth. And even when they sell zillions of copies, they don't make the standard bestseller lists because they're sold in bookstores that are not surveyed. They do things differently in Germany, to judge by the startling success of the original edition of this theological work by Hans Kung. For months, it hovered near the top of Der Spiegel's chart, just...

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