The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion

Essays Articles and Addresses (1873-1889)
2009, ISBN 978-1-889680-73-6

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11. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: Essays Articles and Addresses (1873-1889)
Francis William Newman, The Future of the Roman Church
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12. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: Essays Articles and Addresses (1873-1889)
Francis William Newman, Hunger and Thirst after Righteousness
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13. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: Essays Articles and Addresses (1873-1889)
Francis William Newman, Moral Theism
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14. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: Essays Articles and Addresses (1873-1889)
Francis William Newman, National Religion and Its Break-Up
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Francis William Newman, On a Free Christian Church
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Francis William Newman, Increased Study of the Bible
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Francis William Newman, God, Duty and Immortality
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Francis William Newman, On This and the Other World
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Francis William Newman, Three Letters on “Origen and Celsus”
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Francis William Newman, The Religious Mischiefs of Credulity
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