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Küng, Hans, 1928-2021

LC control no.n 79022114
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Personal name headingKüng, Hans, 1928-2021
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Variant(s)Küng, Hans, 1928-
Kūngh, Hāns, 1928-2021
Kʻung, Han-ssu, 1928-2021
Kueng, Hans, 1928-2021
Kong, Hansi, 1928-2021
Konghansi, 1928-2021
孔汉思, 1928-2021
Other standard no.118567705
Associated countrySwitzerland Germany
Associated placeTübingen (Germany)
Birth date1928-03-19
Death date2021-04-06
Place of birthSursee (Switzerland)
Place of deathTübingen (Germany)
Field of activityChristian union--Catholic Church
AffiliationUniversität Tübingen
Stiftung Weltethos
Profession or occupationPriests
Theologians Authors
University and college faculty members
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inKonzil und Wiedervereinigung, 1960: title page (Hans Küng)
Küng, Hans. Christ sein. English. On being a Christian, 1976: title page (Hans Kueng)
24 Thesen zur Gottesfrage, 1979: title page (Hans Küng)
Hawīyat al-Masīḥī, 1982: page 7 (Hāns Kūngh)
Chung-kuo tsung chiao yü hsi fang shen hsüeh, 1989: title page (Kʻung Han-ssu; Hans Küng)
Friedenspolitik, 2003: title page (Hans Küng) page 416 (professor emeritus of ecumenical theology at the Universität Tübingen)
Shi jie lun li shou ce, 2012: t.p. (孔汉思 = Kong Hansi; Hans Küng)
German Wikipedia, viewed April 7, 2021 (Hans Küng; born March 19, 1928, in Sursee, Kanton Luzern, Switzerland; died April 6, 2021, in Tübingen, Germany; Swiss theologian; Roman Catholic priest and author; he studied at the Pontificia Università gregoriana in Rome; he was ordained to the Catholic priesthood in Basel on October 10, 1954; he was professor of theology at the Universität Tübingen from 1960 until he was granted emeritus status in 1996; he served as "peritus" (theological expert) during the Second Vatican Council; he was the first president of the Stiftung Weltethos, which was founded in 1995; his focus for many years was on ecumenical theology)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek online catalog, viewed April 7, 2021 (authorized access point: Küng, Hans; other data in authority record: Dr. theol.; Swiss Catholic theologian; born 1928 in Sursee; died 2021 in Tübingen)
Associated languageger
Invalid LCCNn 88610976