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Why I am still a Christian

Author: Hans Küng; D Smith; E C Hughes; et al
Publisher: Nashville : Abingdon Press, 1987, ©1986.
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Hans Küng (1928- ) is one of the most distinguished and widely-acclaimed theologians of the twentieth century. He has committed himself to a Christian Church full of life and freedom and humanity. His ideas have been warmly received and appreciated by people throughout the world and have stirred the imaginations of Christians and non-Christians alike. But why have his ideas also met with such opposition and even  Read more...
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Named Person: Hans Küng; Hans Küng
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Küng; D Smith; E C Hughes; et al
ISBN: 0687453585 9780687453580
OCLC Number: 15696842
Language Note: Translation of: Woran man sich halten kann.
Notes: Foreword by Charles Curran.
Originally published in the UK 1987.
Includes index.
Description: 112 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: CHRISTIAN COMMITMENT IN A DISORIENTATED SOCIETY. 1. Disorientation and Christian Commitment ---
2. The Nominally Christian and the Truly Christian ---
3. Why Christian Commitment? ---
4. Where Do I Get My Christian Commitment from? ---
5. What Does Christian Commitment Mean in Practice? ---
6. Opportunities for Christians ----
HOW DO WE PERSEVERE? ----
IS CHRIST DIVIDED?
Other Titles: Woran man sich halten kann.
Responsibility: Hans Küng ; translated by David Smith, et al. ; edited by E.C. Hughes.

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The most compact, readable book ever from the world's most famous theologian. Kung offers a brief personal essay on the challenge of Faith in today's world.  Read more...

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