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Newman, John Henry
Apologia pro vita sua. With: Mr. Kingsley and Dr. Newman: A Correspondence . .
Longmans, Green, Longman, Robert and Green, London, 1864. Newman, John Henry (1801-90). (1) Apologia pro vita sua: Being a reply to a pamphlet entitled "What, then, does Dr. Newman mean?" 8 parts. 430, 127, iv pp. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green, 1864. 221 x 140 mm. Original printed wrappers, a little worn and chipped, wrappers on parts 1 and 5 detached but present, wrappers on last part browned. Very good set. (2) Mr. Kingsley and Dr. Newman: A correspondence on the question whether Dr. Newman teaches that truth is no virtue? 34pp. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts and Green, 1864. 212 x 142 mm. Original printed wrappers, back wrapper lacking, spine repaired with gummed paper. Light spotting but very good. Together 2 items. Owne First Edition, Rare in Original Parts, of the Apologia; First Edition of the Correspondence. Newman, one of the key figures in the religious history of 19th-century England, was a leader of the Oxford Movement, a group of Anglican clergymen who objected to what they saw as the Church of England's increasing theological liberalism and argued for the restoration of many pre-Reformation Christian beliefs and liturgical practices. In 1845, after a period of soul-searching, Newman left the Church of England and was received into the Roman Catholic Church; after being ordained as a priest, he continued to exert influence through his sermons, lectures and writings. He was created a cardinal by Pope Leo XIII in 1879. In January 1864 the Rev. Charles Kingsley, an anti-Catholic, published a review of Froude's History of England in M … [Click Below for Full Description]
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