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Critical Review by Thomas W. Currie III

SOURCE: A review of Credo: The Apostles' Creed Explained for Today, in Theology Today, Vol. 51, No. 4, January, 1995, pp. 618-24.

In the following excerpt, Currie states, “Earnest, eager to resolve doubt, anxious not to give offence, Credo is remarkable in its breadth of learning, yet is strangely non-threatening, hardly disturbing to either the faithful or the unbelieving.”

[Daniel L. Migliore's The Lord's Prayer: Perspectives for Reclaiming Christian Prayer] delights in no small part because it invites us more deeply into the gospel and enables us to see connections there that cast new light on the world. Unfortunately, Hans Küng's book, Credo, has neither this intent nor this effect. As the sub-title indicates, Küng seeks not so much to understand what faith believes...

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