On Being a Christian

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On Being a Christian is 1974 work of Christian theology by Hans Küng.


He described what is common among the various Christian communities and discussed the reasons a person would choose to believe in Christianity. The book focuses on the life and teaching of Jesus Christ and the nature of his divinity.


Certain aspects of the book were criticized by the Conference of the German Bishops in 1975 for their apparent lack of doctrinal orthodoxy.[1]


  1. ^ Declaration on Hans Küng's book, Being a Christian, German Episcopal Conference

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