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A Latter-Day Tractarian: Dom Gregory Dix By David Fuller
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Best known for his two seminal works, The Apostolic Tradition of Saint Hippolytus (1937) and The Shape of the Liturgy (1945), Dom Gregory Dix demonstrated many of the traits of the Tractarians. This... More > work will compare and contrast Dix with the leaders of the Oxford Movement and show that he could be accurately referred to as a Latter-Day Tractarian.< Less
The Quotable Newman, Vol. II By Dave Armstrong
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This volume supplements "The Quotable Newman" (Sophia Institute Press, 2012), with 136 new topics and an overlap of 39 topics. Volume II is a bit more wide-ranging and perhaps also more... More > “fun” (in a sense) for Newman devotees. Examples of the latter aspect might include Cardinal Newman's reflections upon his own writing and books, science and Christianity, heaven and hell, and old age. The citations also tend to be relatively shorter, and to include proportionately more material from his correspondence. I found two additional volumes of "Letters and Diaries" (volumes 27 and 28): covering the years of 1874-1878. They contain a lot of excellent observations and “gems” on a variety of topics, that I was delighted to find and now to pass along, for the education and edification of the reader. Once again, theology is the overwhelming emphasis. Anyone interested in Cardinal Newman's Catholic (or Anglican) doctrinal thinking and beliefs will, I trust, enjoy and learn from what I have compiled.< Less
The Quotable Newman, Vol. II By Dave Armstrong
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This volume supplements "The Quotable Newman" (Sophia Institute Press, 2012), with 136 new topics and an overlap of 39 topics. Volume II is a bit more wide-ranging and perhaps also more... More > “fun” (in a sense) for Newman devotees. Examples of the latter aspect might include Cardinal Newman's reflections upon his own writing and books, science and Christianity, heaven and hell, and old age. The citations also tend to be relatively shorter, and to include proportionately more material from his correspondence. I found two additional volumes of "Letters and Diaries" (volumes 27 and 28): covering the years of 1874-1878. They contain a lot of excellent observations and “gems” on a variety of topics, that I was delighted to find and now to pass along, for the education and edification of the reader. Once again, theology is the overwhelming emphasis. Anyone interested in Cardinal Newman's Catholic (or Anglican) doctrinal thinking and beliefs will, I trust, enjoy and learn from what I have compiled.< Less
The Quotable Newman, Vol. II By Dave Armstrong
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This volume supplements "The Quotable Newman" (Sophia Institute Press, 2012), with 136 new topics and an overlap of 39 topics. Volume II is a bit more wide-ranging and perhaps also more... More > “fun” (in a sense) for Newman devotees. Examples of the latter aspect might include Cardinal Newman's reflections upon his own writing and books, science and Christianity, heaven and hell, and old age. The citations also tend to be relatively shorter, and to include proportionately more material from his correspondence. I found two additional volumes of "Letters and Diaries" (volumes 27 and 28): covering the years of 1874-1878. They contain a lot of excellent observations and “gems” on a variety of topics, that I was delighted to find and now to pass along, for the education and edification of the reader. Once again, theology is the overwhelming emphasis. Anyone interested in Cardinal Newman's Catholic (or Anglican) doctrinal thinking and beliefs will, I trust, enjoy and learn from what I have compiled.< Less
A "Tract for Our Times" By Steven Jones
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A hard hitting defense of the Traditional Church in the Spirit of the mid-nineteenth century Tractarians. It begins by first attacking the basic scientific falsehoods that have shaped modern society,... More > then quickly moves to reestablish the basis of Traditional philosophy and reason. It shows that Existentialism, while often sold as a spiritual 'wisdom', is actually the first Sin in disguise.< Less