Rome and Revisionism

Stinson, Charles
November 1980
National Review;11/14/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 23, p1397
The article discusses issues related to the resignation of Catholic theologian Hans Küng from the official Catholic Chair of Theology at Tübingen, Germany. It comments on the views of Küng on the virginal conception of Jesus and His bodily resurrection. It clarifies the position of the Catholic Church on the issues raised by Küng.


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