1 edition of The Oxford reformers found in the catalog.
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His work now told directly upon the people at large. But still Samson paid for it with all he held dear.
The movement, therefore, started, not on Roman ground, but in a panic provoked by the alliance of O Connell with the Whigs, of Dissenters with Benthamites, intent on destroying all religious establishments. That he could have won over Erasmus all at once to his own views and plans he had never dreamed. other early reformers Arnoldist [ ]• Visit from a Priest during the Winter Vacation 1496-7?
Thomas Cranmer was called upon to testify to his faith. They left the Liberal party to triumph in and to remould the University.
Nor, perhaps, was it needful that he should do so. Encouraged by Tractarian theology there was a great revival of interest in liturgy and church architecture, stemming not least from The Oxford reformers Cambridge Camden Society, which had been formed in 1839.
" Years afterwards these words must have rung in the ears of Charles Lowder, but at the time they enlisted him among the undergraduate followers of the Tractarian Movement. During the most part of the middle ages the Pseudo-Dionysian writings were accepted generally as the genuine productions of Dionysius the Areopagite—i. The Movement was primarily brought about by a group of young men in Oxford of whom John Keble was the first leader.
What "Tract 90" affirmed was that the Thirty-Nine Articles might be signed in a , though not in a Roman sense; that they did not condemn the , which in 1562, the of their publication, was not ended; and that a distinction must be drawn between the corruptions of popular religion and the formal decrees approved by the.
It was the fault of the Christian Church if the grotesque form of Christianity held up by her to a reawakening world seemed less pure and holy than the aspirations of Pagan philosophers.
Whilst they were in the heat of the discussion it happened that Prior Charnock entered the room.