New PDF release: A Critical Study of Hans Küng's Ecclesiology: From

By Corneliu C. Simut

ISBN-10: 0230605400

ISBN-13: 9780230605404

The book presents the transition from traditionalism to modernism in connection to 2 of Küng’s most vital books on ecclesiology: Structures of the Church (1962) as representing Küng’s conventional theology, and On Being a Christian (1974) as a mirrored image of his sleek method of Christianity.

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Catholicity is fundamentally a dimension of the church that must imply variety not as a concession but as a necessity. In other words, all local churches must necessarily accept their own and particular variety of doctrines, practices, and other such aspects, not only because God allows this variety to exist in history but also because he exists as an ontological variety beyond history. In this sense, true catholicity has not only a powerful Christological foundation, 21 but also an essential Trinitarian constitution.

The final authority as far as the ontology of the church is concerned is God in his Trinitarian existence. The authority of God, however, is manifested in Christ42 because the Gospel of Christ is the very aspect that drives the church to its mission and also offers a solid basis, as well as a justification, for its existence. At the same time, the authority of God that is manifested in Christ finds its practical application in the life and mission43 of the church through the Holy Spirit. Thus, the Holy Spirit is the closest possible link that the church has with God and also the church’s direct authority in doctrine and practice.

He will remind the church of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Spirit of truth whom Christ sends from the Father will bear witness of Christ to the church, so that the church too may bear witness to Him . . The church is and proves herself holy by bearing witness to Christ and his Gospel in word and deed. 69 In this sense, the holiness of the church can and should be confirmed evangelically. 71 If the church wants to be holy, then it must not boast with its rule but show its practical willingness as well as duty to serve.

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