Published 1971 in Oxford (Oxfordshire) .
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|Pagination||2 v. (xiii, 556, viii, ii leaves).|
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Download attitude of the Tractarians to the Roman Catholic Church, 1833-1850.
The quotation is from Newman's “Letter to a Magazine on behalf of Dr. Pusey's Tracts on Holy Baptism”, originally written in for publication in the Christian Observer, then included in the Preface to Volume 4 of the Tracts for the Times and reckoned as Tract 82 (Nov.
1, ), and finally reprinted in Newman's, Works in VM, 2: The question is one of Cited by: 1. 3 The Attitude of the Tractarians to the Roman Catholic Church ( (D.
Phil. thesis, Oxford,2 vols.), I, 4 Keble’s recurrent description of the event; cf. ms, letter to Pusey (Oct. 21, ), Pusey House, Oxford; hereafter referred to as PH. John Henry Newman and the Oxford Movement (called Tractarians because they produced a series of pamphlets called Tracts for the Times (‑41): Base religion on dogmatic authority (like the Catholic Church) rather than on reason or being so undogmatic as to include everyone in the Anglican Church, no matter what their views on Christianity.
Full text of "The Church And The Nineteenth Century" See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. R.H. Greenfield, ‘The Attitude of the Tractarians to the Roman Catholic Church, –’ ( thesis, University of Oxford, ), p.
Palmer defined the concession as ‘a measure which scattered to the winds public principle, public morality, public confidence and dispersed a party which would have stemmed the torrent.