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The parting of friends : the Wilberforces and Henry Manning

Auteur: David Newsome
Uitgever: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Eerdmans ; Leominster, U.K. : Gracewing, 1993.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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The history of 19th-century England abounds with great religious figures--Henry Manning, Samuel, Robert, and Henry Wilberforce, and John Henry Newman--and great religious turmoil. Here Newsome recounts the story of the Wilberforces and Manning, from its early hopes to its tragic, interpersonal dissolution.
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Genre/Vorm: Biography
Genoemd persoon: Henry Edward Manning; Robert Isaac Wilberforce; Samuel Wilberforce; Henry Wilberforce; Wilberforce family.; Henry Edward Manning; Wilberforce (Family)
Genre: Biografie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: David Newsome
ISBN: 080283714X 9780802837141 0852441762 9780852441763
OCLC-nummer: 27431666
Opmerkingen: Originally published: London : Murray, 1966.
Beschrijving: xiii, 486 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Inhoud: Introduction: The crisis of evangelicalism --
The beginning and the end --
Evangelicalism and church order --
Dramatis Personae --
1. The cradle of evangelicalism --
Family alliances and Barbara Spooner --
The Wilberforce house --
The children at school --
Joyousness and seriousness --
2. The bastion of orthodoxy --
Choosing a university --
The Oxford Renaissance --
Robert Wilberforce and John Keble --
Relations with Pusey and Hawkins --
The three Oriel tutors --
Samuel Wilberforce at Oxford --
Henry Wilberforce and J. H. Newman --
3. Family affairs --
Lavington and the Sargents --
Life at Checkenden --
The speculations of an eldest son --
New links and losses --
Husbands and wives --
At Brithstone and East Farleigh 4. Questions of churchmanship --
Apostolical enthusiasms --
Filial duties and dilemmas --
The law and the gospel --
The Renversement des Alliances --
The brothers and Henry Manning --
5. Church, state and country parish --
Conservatives and Reformers --
The cure of souls --
Bidding for power --
Jane Legard and Burton Agnes --
The death of Caroline Manning --
6. The three archdeacons --
Triumph and tribulations --
Charges, the church and confession --
The clergy of the East Riding and the curates of Alverstoke --
New issues at Oxford --
Episcopal ambitions: Samuel Wilberforce and Henry Manning 7. Defeats and defections --
The defection of the Ryders --
Manning and Anglo-Catholicism --
Conflicts of heart and head --
Samuel Wilberforce and the Via Media --
R. D. Hampden and T. W. Allies --
The crisis of the Gorham judgment --
Henry and Mary Wilberforce --
8. The final parting --
The succession of Henry Manning --
Robert Wilberforce and the theological synthesis --
The battle of Burton Agnes --
The last capitulation --
Epilogue: After the dispersion --
Two ecclesiastical statesmen.
Verantwoordelijkheid: David Newsome.

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The history of 19th-century England abounds with great religious figures--Henry Manning, Samuel, Robert, and Henry Wilberforce, and John Henry Newman--and great religious turmoil. Here Newsome recounts the story of the Wilberforces and Manning, from its early hopes to its tragic, interpersonal dissolution.

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