Hans Küng Principal Works - Essay

Principal Works

(Contemporary Literary Criticism)

Rechtfertigung: Die Lehre Karl Barths und eine katholische besinnung [Justification: The Doctrine of Karl Barth and a Catholic Reflection] (nonfiction) 1957

Konzil und Wiedervereinigung: Erneuerung als Ruf in die Einheit [The Coucil and Reunion] (nonfiction) 1960

Kirche im Konzil [The Council in Action: Theological Reflections on the Second Vatican Council] (nonfiction) 1963

Wozu Priester? Ein Hilfe [Why Priests? A Proposal for a New Church Ministry] (nonfiction) 1971

Christ sein [On Being a Christian] (nonfiction) 1974; also published as Die christliche Herausforderung, 1980

Existiert Gott? Antwort auf die Gottesfrage der Neuzeit [Does God Exist? An Answer for Today] (nonfiction) 1978

*Signposts for the Future: Contemporary Issues Facing the Church (articles) 1978

Ewiges Leben? [Eternal Life? Life After Death as a Medical, Philosophical, and Theological Problem] (nonfiction) 1982

Christentum und Weltreligionen: Hinfuehrung zum Dialog mit Islam, Hinduismus und Buddhismus [Christianity and the World Religions: Paths of Dialogue with Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism] [with others] (nonfiction) 1984

The Church in Anguish: Has the Vatican Betrayed Vatican II? [editor; with Leonard Swidler] (essays) 1987

Theologie im Aufbruch [Theology for the Third Millennium: An Ecumenical View] (nonfiction) 1988

Christentum und Chinesische Religion [Christianity and Chinese Religions] [with Julia Ching] (nonfiction) 1989

Theologie—Wohin? and Das Neue Paradigma von Theologie [Paradigm Change in Theology] [editor; with David Tracy] 2 vols. (essays) 1989

Judentum [Judaism: Between Yesterday and Tomorrow] (nonfiction) 1992

Credo: The Apostles' Creed Explained for Today (nonfiction) 1993

Projekt Welthethos [Global Responsibility: In Search of a New World Ethic] (nonfiction) 1993

Christentum [Christianity: Essence, History, and Future] (nonfiction) 1995

*Includes translations of Zwanzig Thesen zum Christsein, Was ist Firmung? and Jesus im Widerstreit: Ein juedisch-christlicher Dialog.