Occasional Papers

Author by : Richard William Church
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Occasional Papers Selected From The Guardian The Times And The Saturday Review 1846 1890

Author by : R.W. Church
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Description : Reproduction of the original: Occasional Papers Selected from The Guardian, The Times, and The Saturday Review 1846-1890 by R.W. Church


Intellect And Character In Victorian England

Author by : H. S. Jones
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Description : A major study of a distinguished Victorian intellectual at the epicentre of the revolutions transforming English academic and intellectual life.


Occasional Papers Selected From The Gaurdian The Times And The Saturday Review 1846 1890

Author by : R. W. CHURCH
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God And Progress

Author by : Joshua Bennett
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Description : Exploring the rich relationship between historical thought and religious debate in Victorian culture, God and Progress offers a unique and authoritative account of intellectual change in nineteenth-century Britain. The volume recovers a twofold process in which the growth of progressive ideas of history transformed British Protestant traditions, as religious debate, in turn, profoundly shaped Victorian ideas of history. It adopts a remarkably wide contextual perspective, embracing believers and unbelievers, Anglicans and nonconformists, and writers from different parts of the British Isles, fully situating British debates in relation to their European and especially German Idealist surroundings. The Victorian intellectual mainstream came to terms with religious diversity, changing ethical sensibilities, and new kinds of knowledge by encouraging providential, spiritualized, and developmental understandings of human time. A secular counter-culture simultaneously disturbed this complex consensus, grounding progress in appeals to scientific advances and the retreat of metaphysics. God and Progress thus explores the ways in which divisions within British liberalism were fundamentally related to differences over the past, present, and future of religion. It also demonstrates that religious debate powered the process by which historicism acquired cultural authority in Victorian national life, and later began to lose it. The study reconstructs the ways in which theological dynamics, often relegated to the margins of nineteenth-century British intellectual history, effectively forged its leading patterns.


The Oxford Handbook Of The British Sermon 1689 1901

Author by : Keith A. Francis
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Description : The period 1689-1901 was 'the golden age' of the sermon in Britain. It was the best selling printed work and dominated the print trade until the mid-nineteenth century. Sermons were highly influential in religious and spiritual matters, but they also played important roles in elections and politics, science and ideas and campaigns for reform. Sermons touched the lives of ordinary people and formed a dominant part of their lives. Preachers attracted huge crowds and the popular demand for sermons was never higher. Sermons were also taken by missionaries and clergy across the British empire, so that preaching was integral to the process of imperialism and shaped the emerging colonies and dominions. The form that sermons took varied widely, and this enabled preaching to be adopted and shaped by every denomination, so that in this period most religious groups could lay claim to a sermon style. The pulpit naturally lent itself to controversy, and consequently sermons lay at the heart of numerous religious arguments. Drawing on the latest research by leading sermon scholars, this handbook accesses historical, theological, rhetorical, literary and linguistic studies to demonstrate the interdisciplinary strength of the field of sermon studies and to show the centrality of sermons to religious life in this period.


The Church Quarterly Review

Author by : Arthur Cayley Headlam
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The Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

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Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

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The Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

Author by : John Douglas Cook
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