Century of Anglo-Catholicism. First Edition


STEWART, Herbert Leslie. A Century of Anglo-Catholicism. London and Toronto: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., (1929). First Edition. Pp (6),v-xvii,(3),3-404. 8 vo, maroon cloth. Watters p.844, Rhodenizer p.322. Herbert Leslie Stewart, (b. March 31, 1882, Cairncastle, County Antrim, Ireland - d. 19 September 19, 1953, Halifax, Nova Scotia), philosopher, teacher, author and commentator, was a long-time professor at Dalhousie University and founder of its flagship journal, The Dalhousie Review. Chapters : What "Anglo-Catholicism" Means; Proclivities of the Oxford Movement: (a) An Ineffective Protestantism;Proclivities of the Oxford Movement: (b) A Romantic Rreaction; "National A postasy"; Newman and the "Tracts"; A Contemporary Critic: James Anthony Froude; From Tracts of the Times to Lux Mundi; From Lux Mundi to Essays Catholic and Critical; The latest Assailant of Anglo-Catholicism: Dean Inge; Gains and Losses through the Anglo-Catholic Movement; The Attempted Compromise of 1927 and 1928; Quo Vadimus: The Anglo-Catholic Defiance of Parliament. With an index. Dampfading to cloth, else vg. 30.00

Title: Century of Anglo-Catholicism. First Edition

Author Name: STEWART, Herbert Leslie NEWMAN, John Henry FROUDE, James Anthony INGE, Dean

Categories: 888,

Publisher: London and Toronto, 1929,:

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Keywords: NOVA SCOTIA CANADA THEOLOGY ANGLICAN ROMAN CATHOLIC DALHOUSIE THEOLOGICAL CATHOLICISM HIGH CHURCH,