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A vivid and detailed history of the Tractarian Movement, from a participant and sympathizer. Extended portrayals of Hurrell Froude, Charles Marriott, Hugh James Rose, and (on the other side) R. D. Hampden.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-372-9
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: May 27,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 432
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-61719-372-9
$189.00
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A vivid and detailed history of the Tractarian Movement, from a participant and sympathizer, later Dean of St. Paul’s. The convoluted history of Tractarianism, from its first protest in support of Anglican Bishops in Ireland, against the Roman Church, to the declaration of one Tractarian (W. G. Ward) that he could hold the whole cycle of Roman doctrine within the Church of England; his suppression by the Oxford authorities provoked Newman's conversion to Rome, the ritualist movement within the Church of England, and the eventual recreation of Oxford as an non-sectarian institution. Portrays the Movement as a drama within the University, centered on Newman, but offers extended portrayals of Hurrell Froude, Charles Marriott, Hugh James Rose, and (on the other side) R. D. Hampden,

A vivid and detailed history of the Tractarian Movement, from a participant and sympathizer, later Dean of St. Paul’s. The convoluted history of Tractarianism, from its first protest in support of Anglican Bishops in Ireland, against the Roman Church, to the declaration of one Tractarian (W. G. Ward) that he could hold the whole cycle of Roman doctrine within the Church of England; his suppression by the Oxford authorities provoked Newman's conversion to Rome, the ritualist movement within the Church of England, and the eventual recreation of Oxford as an non-sectarian institution. Portrays the Movement as a drama within the University, centered on Newman, but offers extended portrayals of Hurrell Froude, Charles Marriott, Hugh James Rose, and (on the other side) R. D. Hampden,

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R. W. Church

  • ADVERTISEMENT (page 5)
  • PREFACE (page 9)
  • CONTENTS (page 13)
  • THE OXFORD MOVEMENT CHAPTER I THE CHIRCH IN THE REFORM DAYS (page 17)
  • CHAPTER II THE BEGINNING OF THE MOVEMENT- JOHN KEBLE (page 39)
  • CHAPTER III RICHARD HURRELL FROUDE (page 50)
  • CHAPTER IV MR. NEWMAN'S EARLY FRIENDS- ISAAC WILLIAMS (page 81)
  • CHAPTER V CHARLES MARRIOTT (page 95)
  • CHAPTER VI THE OXFORD TRACTS (page 108)
  • CHAPTER VII THE TRACTARIANS (page 143)
  • CHAPTER VIII SUBSCRIPTION AT MATRICULATION AND ADMISSION OF DISSENTERS (page 162)
  • CHAPTER IX DR. HAMPDEN (page 175)
  • CHAPTER X GROWTH OF THE MOVEMENT (page 193)
  • CHAPTER XI THE ROMAN QUESTION (page 217)
  • CHAPTER XII CHANGES (page 234)
  • CHAPTER XIII THE AUTHORITIES AND THE MOVENMENT (page 259)
  • CHAPTER XIV (page 282)
  • CHAPTER XV (page 312)
  • CHAPTER XVI THE THREE DEFEATS: ISAAC WILLIAMS, MACMULLEN, PUSEY (page 328)
  • CHAPTER XVII W.G WARD (page 352)
  • CHAPTER XVIII THE IDEAL OF A CHRISTIAN CHURCH (page 376)
  • CHAPTER XIX THE CATASTROPHE (page 401)
  • INDEX (page 425)