Selected Writings to 1845
Psychology Press, 2002 - 205 pages
This selection from the most productive Christian pen of the nineteenth century is also an introduction to one of its most compelling and troubled minds, John Henry Newman (1801-91) was a dominant figure in both the Anglican and the Roman Catholic churches. His writings had an abiding impact on both communions, and contribute still to the spirit of ecumenicism.
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Newman as a Correspondent
Newman as a Preacher
Newman as a Historian
Newman as a Controversialist
Newman as a Theologian
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