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John Henry Newman and modernism

John Henry Newman and modernism

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Published by Regio-Verlag Glock und Lutz in Sigmaringendorf .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newman, John Henry, -- 1801-1890,
  • Modernism

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Arthur Hilary Jenkins.
    SeriesInternationale Cardinal-Newman-Studien -- Folge 14.
    ContributionsJenkins, Arthur Hilary, Kuld, Lothar
    The Physical Object
    Pagination190 p.
    Number of Pages190
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14765806M
    ISBN 103823530143

    John Henry NEWMAN ( - ) As a rule, when Cardinal Newman's poetry is mentioned, people think of "The Pillar of the Cloud," better known as "Lead, Kindly Light." This lyric is only one of the many beautiful poems written by an author whose fame as a writer of the finest modern prose in the English language has eclipsed his reputation as a. Newman's essay was written in response to attacks from Charles Kingsley of the broad church party, and Newman's rival in the controversy surrounding the Tractarian movement, who responded to Newman's conversion with attacks impeaching his truthfulness and : John Henry Newman.

    Newman's book The term was introduced in Newman's book An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine. Newman used the idea of development of doctrine to defend Catholic teaching from attacks by some Anglicans and other Protestants, who saw certain elements in Catholic teaching as corruptions or innovations. One of the principal writers and proponents of Tractarianism was John Henry Newman, a popular Oxford priest who, after writing his final tract, "Tract 90", became convinced that the Branch Theory was inadequate. Concerns that Tractarianism was a disguised Roman Catholic movement were not unfounded; Newman believed that the Roman and Anglican.

      I read what I thought was an essay in a high school literature class: “The Idea of the University” () by John Henry Cardinal Newman. It was something that, at one time, high school seniors read in literature class, and might show more than casual interest in because college was imminent, at least for many of them. It is interesting to note that John Henry Cardinal Newman's Apologia Pro Vita Sua is as well regarded for its literary value as for its theological depth. Perhaps the greatest modern figure in Roman Catholic/Anglican relations, this is Cardinal Newman's personal account of his conversion to Catholicism. A moving, beautifully written work.5/5(5).


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