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Sermons 1824-1843: Volume I: Sermons on the Liturgy and Sacraments and on Christ the Mediator (SERMONS, 1824-1843 NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY) by John Henry Newman



The Journal of Religion. Volume 73, Number 2 Ap. 1993. John Henry Newman Sermons, 1824-1843: Sermons on the Liturgy and Sacraments and on Christ the Mediator. John Henry Newman, Placid Murray.

Volume 65, Issue 2. April 2014, pp. 458-459. John Henry Newman Sermons, 1824–1843, V: Sermons preached at St Clement's, Oxford, 1824–1826, and two charity sermons, 1827. Pp. xxxviii+567 incl.

From 1824 to 1843 Newman was an active clergyman of the Church of England; during these years he entered the pulpit about 1,270 times. He published 217 of the sermons which he wrote during these years; a further 246 sermons survive in manuscript in the Archives of the Birmingham Oratory, some only as fragments, some simply as sermon abstracts, but the majority as full texts. Thirty-nine previously unpublished sermons provide a rich resource for understanding Newman's theological and spiritual development. Of interest to scholars across a range of disciplines: theology, nineteenth-century history, and literary studies. An introductory note places the sermons in the context of Newman's life and times and highlights points of special interest. Fully annotated, with a bibliography, chronological listing of sermons, and indices to aid navigation.

Albornoz Olivares has diligently sorted Newman's Anglican sermons into thirteen different categories5 covering four historical periods: 1824-1827 (evangelical years); 1828-1830 (transitional years); 1831-1833 (discernment years); 1834-1843 (High Church years). One might, of course, quibble about both the categories and the historical divisions.

Part I includes 12 sermons preached on the subject of the Church between 1824-1837 including the first sermon Newman ever preached on high church principles. Part II contains a miscellany of twenty-seven sermons preached between 1828 and 1840. Описание: Volume V completes this series of John Henry Newman& previously unpublished Anglican sermons written between 1824-1843. It contains 51 sermons and 62 sermon abstracts, all but 2 of which belong to the 20 months when he was Curate of St Clement& Oxford, from June 1824 until April 1826.

Home All Categories John Henry Newman Sermons 1824-1843, Volume IV: The Church and Miscellaneous Sermons at St Mary's and Littlemore: 1828-1842. ISBN13: 9780199200917. John Henry Newman Sermons 1824-1843 Vol. IV : The Church and Miscellaneous Sermons at St Mary's and Littlemore. by John Henry Newman. From 1824 to 1843 Newman was an active clergyman of the Church of England; during these years he entered the pulpit about 1,270 times.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Volume I Feb 1801-Dec1826. Volume XI Oct 1845-Dec 1846. Volume XXI Jan 1864-Jun 1865. Volume XVIII Apr 1857-Dec 1858. Volume XXVIII Jan 1876-Dec 1878. Volume IX May 1842-Oct 1843. Volume XIX Jan 1859-Jun 1861. Volume XXIX Jan 1879-Sept 1881. Volume X Nov 1843-6 Oct 1845. Volume XX Jul 1861-Dec 1863. Volume XXX Oct 1881-Dec 1884.

This book analyses the conceptual mechanisms behind the notion of The Christian Life in the collection of sermons preached by John Henry Newman (1801–1890) and published in eight volumes as Parochial and Plain Sermons (1834–1843). The study utilises tools of cognitive semantics, such as the theory of conceptual metaphor and metonymy and the theory of conceptual integration. The book will be of interest to linguists, particularly those interested in cognitive linguistics, as well as to theologians, especially those focused on the theory of preaching, and to everyone interested in the legacy of John Henry Newman.

From 1824 to 1843 Newman was an active clergyman of the Church of England, entering the pulpit about 1,270 times during that period. Newman published 217 of the sermons which he wrote during those years; a further 246 sermons survive in manuscript form in the Archives of Birmingham Oratory--some only as fragments but the majority as full texts. This is the first of a projected five-volume edition of Newman's previously unpublished sermons. The texts have been transcribed accurately and clearly for ease of reading, with sufficient editorial comment to clarify their theological content and historical background.