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Critical Review by James C. Logan

SOURCE: “A Passionate Participant,” in Christian Century, Vol. XCV, No. 28, September 13, 1978, pp. 832-33.

In the following review, Logan asserts that Küng's Signposts for the Future shows the personal side of the author's Christianity.

Usually a collection of essays such as [Signposts for the Future] (by a leading theologian covering a wide range of topics) is a disappointment. Either the essays were written prior to the publication of a major work which says the same thing better, or the essays are dribblings left over from a major work and simply offer the publisher an opportunity to cash in. In either case, the net result is redundancy.

While there is nothing startlingly new in Küng's volume of essays it does something which his previous works...

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