The Catholic Church, by Hans Küng. Translated by John Bowden.

A growing number of works by Catholic authors such as Garry Wills, Eugene Kennedy and Donald Cozzens, as well as books by numerous feminist writers, call for greater honesty regarding the problems within the Catholic Church. One of the most familiar and insistent of these voices calling for church reform is Hans Küng's. Küng launched his theological career in the late 1950s by boldly arguing that the teaching of Karl Barth on justification could be reconciled with the doctrine of the Council of Trent.


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