Hans Küng | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Hans Küng.
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SOURCE: A review of Credo: The Apostles' Creed Explained for Today, in Christian Century, Vol. 111, No. 7, March 2, 1994, pp. 231-32.

In the following review, Green calls Küng's Credo “worth the effort.”

If Hans Küng's 21st book[, Credo: The Apostles' Creed Explained for Today,] were listed on a computer disk, its file name might be Küng.sea, indicating that this is a compressed file in the form of a “self-expanding archive.” Compression shrinks computer files to use less space on the disk. To make the files usable again, they must be expanded. One of contemporary Roman Catholicism's best-known theologians, Küng has created a compact reader with far more content than its 190 pages would suggest.

Küng introduces each of his six chapters with an example of Christian iconography...

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