Hans Kueng Meets His Maker

Instead of trying to remember the exact issues on which Hans Kueng held heretical positions, it is easier to just think of a controversial one; then you know that, on that, he most likely dissented from the Church. Kueng was, in a way, the parody of the dissenting theologian. Monty Python could have drawn inspiration from him.

The man has now died, and it is difficult to think that, in his last hours, he has changed his mind and recanted all of his many heresies. If this was the case, the matter should be widely publicised, so that everyone knows what this “brilliant thinker” himself thought about his entire work as a theologian when it really mattered.

If, as it is far more likely, the man has not repented, well then the guy is in hell, and no two ways about it; no doubt, in the company of many of his colleagues of the roaring Sixties and Seventies.

Mind my words here: it is uncertain whether the man is in hell, merely because it is uncertain whether he has repented. But if he hasn’t, it is certain that he is now rotting in hell. Not to believe this means not to believe what the Church teaches. God’s mercy operates, in Salvation matters, whilst one is alive. When a man has kicked the bucket, God’s mercy will certainly give him, in hell, a lesser punishment than he has deserved; still, He will not allow a man like Kueng to mock him eternally.

Kindly spare me the “heart in the right place” appetizer, the “de mortuis nil nisi bonum” steak and the “how can you be so cruel” tiramisu’. When a pig dies he does not become a lamb. He becomes pork. And when the pig is full of toxins, the public must be warned to stay away from those sausages.

Dead Kueng, if unrepented, is not one tiny bit better than living Kueng; and both of them are, in a word, shite.

I have long thought that he lost the faith decades ago, and – like many others – embarked in a huge ego trip as a result of that, his ego being the most precious thing remaining to him after losing the faith. I can, in faith, not think that an intelligent man (which Kueng certainly was) may delude himself into thinking that Christ is our Lord and Savour, but he allowed the Church that He founded to betray the faithful for 20 centuries, until the likes of Kuengy boy came out and told us what He really meant. This is something that an intelligent, rational man would never think, or say.

No. Hans Kueng lost the faith, and started worshipping… Hans Kueng. When this happens, there are a lot of issues allowing one to look good with the world, and feel quite a special one: papal infallibility, women’s “ordination”, “peace”, abortion, contraception, and many others controversial topics will stay open in front of such a man, and will only await for him to edify a monument to himself among the applauses of the heretics, the atheists, and the conformists.

Hans Kueng met his maker, and the thought makes me shiver. I think it’s fair not to deny to him, bad as he was, your “eternal rest”.

But if he has not repented, I cannot imagine a prostitute, and be she so hardened, that was judged by Her just Judge as harshly as this one.

Let this be your leading thought when you read about him in the worldly press.

Posted on April 10, 2021, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Whoever had the power to excommunicate Hans Kueng and stop the spread of his heresies are even more culpable than Kueng, and if those persons had died unrepentant and had not publicly corrected the errors of Kueng (as well as their own), they would certainly be in hell.

  2. In fact, I did pray “eternal rest” when I saw your headline Mr. M. In cases like Kueng, the words come harder, but works of mercy are the duty of Christian manhood, and men don’t limit performance of duty to circumstances of ease and convenience. The more nasty the duty; the more virile the performance of it. God is pleased when we do hard things for love of Him and that which he created. He made Kueng’s soul and gave it many gifts. We can certainly love and admire what God made and gifted regardless of what the recipient did or didn’t do with it.

  3. blueskirtwaltz

    Dom Gueranger, in his meditation for Easter Tuesday of the Liturgical Year, notes that in every generation, most go to hell. Very sobering. I wish you a blessed and grace-filled Paschaltide, Mundabor.

  4. Excellent analogy using pig, lamb and pork.

  5. Perhaps he died of Kung Flu?

  6. I was wondering why you wrote Kueng (instead of Kung) so I looked it up?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%9C#U-umlaut

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