The Genius of John Henry Newman: Selections from His Writings

The Genius of John Henry Newman: Selections from His Writings

Ian Ker presents a major collection of Newman's writings, celebrating his full achievements as both a universally significant religious thinker, and a major Victorian writer. The selection is divided into five sections, which focus on his life as an educator, a philosopher, a preacher, a theologian, and a writer.
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Ian Ker presents a major collection of Newman's writings, celebrating his full achievements as both a universally significant religious thinker, and a major Victorian writer. An unsystematic thinker, Newman's ideas are scattered throughout his works - most of which were 'occasional' in their origin. This anthology provides a rich and varied sampling from his voluminous works, drawing our attention to some of the very finest passages in Newman's writings whether selected from his well-known publications or from occasional texts that are difficult to find in print. The selection is divided into five sections, which focus on his life as an educator, a philosopher, a preacher, a theologian, and a writer.
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Isbn / Product Code 9780199646937
Dimensions 240 x 162 x 25
Printed Pages 368
Format Hardback
Year Of Publication 8/3/2012
Publisher Oxford University Press
Author Ker, Ian
Product Code 9780199646937
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