Hans Kung on (the complexity of) Truth (claims)

From George Hunsinger, “What Can Evangelicals and Postliberals learn from each other?” in Timothy R. Phillips and Dennis L. Okholm, The Nature of Confession: Evangelicals and Postliberals in Conversation, 134:

‘All human truth,’ writes Hans Kung, ‘stands in the shadow of error. All error contains at least a grain of truth. What a true statement says is true; what it fails to say may also be true. What a false statement says is false; what it means but does not say may be true.'”


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