Newman"s theology of the Christian life. by Christopher Martin Davies

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .

Written in English

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  • Newman, John Henry, -- 1801-1890.

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Thesis(Ph.D.)- Univ. of Birmingham, Dept. of Theology.

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A small book that gives an excellent introduction to Cardinal Newman - life story, insights, theology and something of his "spirituality".

The author also makes it clear where he is interpreting and theologising rather than Cardinal Newman.5/5(5). John Henry Newman was a highly original and nuanced theological thinker. While his theological and ecclesiological views resist any simple characterization, there can be little doubt that Newman's positions on the developmental character of Christian doctrine, the primacy of.

Unlike some spiritual books, which were written in foreign languages, Newman's works were originally written in modern English. His style is very familiar and readable. This volume is an excellent combination of Newman’s insights on spirituality, prayer, doctrine, philosophy, and it Price: $ Newman’s essay (titled An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine) is one of the most famous defenses of Roman Catholicism by one of its most noted converts.

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Newman’s Theology in the Dream of Gerontius, Juan R. Vélez G., New Blackfriars, Vol. 82, No. (), Newman’s theology in the “Dream of Gerontius” (This version had some minor changes for publication). On the second centennial of Venerable John Henry Newman’s birth () - we wish to draw attention to his celebratedFile Size: 65KB.

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Irish historian Eamon Duffy provides a timely, balanced introduction to Newman’s life. This is no easy task in light of Newman’s many published works, diaries, and extant letters (20,—among the most of any major Victorian figure) and given the intense passions Newman aroused both during his lifetime and afterward.

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Offers an introduction to the Christian and Catholic faith through the. Christian hospitality, according to Elizabeth Newman, is an extension of how we interact with God. It trains us to be capable of welcoming strangers who will challenge us and enhance our lives in unexpected ways, readying us to embrace the ultimate stranger: by: Newman may be considered the most outstandingly original and creative English religious thinker of the nineteenth century.

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'It remains,' Ker continues, 'the classic text for the theology of the development of doctrine, a branch of theology which has become especially important in the ecumenical era.' John Henry Cardinal Newman begins the Essay with a definition of devleopment, pointing out that the real problem is how to distinguish true developments from corruptions and :   Understanding Newman’s distinction between faith—a submissive response to an objective reality transmitted by a living authority—and private judgment returns us to the question of creative opposition within the Catholic we take the classic definition of theology as fides quaerens intellectum (faith seeking understanding), then a necessary precursor to anything we might.

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Early Christianity is one passion; another is the reception of the theology of that early period by later generations, especially by nineteenth and twentieth-century English church historians, above all John Henry Newman.

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Newman and Life in the Spirit collects essays from leading theologians and scholars examining the theology and spirituality of John Henry Newman, one of the most important and beloved nineteenth-century theologians.

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Before beatifying John Henry Newman inBenedict XVI declared to the expectant crowd that “Newman has long been an important influence in my own life and thought.” Two decades earlier, then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger had described “my own way to Newman” in commemorating the centenary of the English cardinal’s death.

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