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1. Newman Studies Journal: Volume > 9 > Issue: 1
John T. Ford, c.s.c. “It Is One Great Advantage of an Age in Which Unbelief Speaks Out, That Faith Can Speak Out Too; That, If Falsehood Assails Truth,Truth Can Assail Falsehood.”
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William Kelly John Henry Newman: Apologist for the Laity
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This essay, which traces the development of Newman’s thinking on the role of the laity in the Christian Church, is a sequel to an earlier study showing that the underlying image of his development of doctrine is his own personal development; accordingly, it is impossible to separate the events of Newman’s biography from his teaching on the role of the laity.
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John D. Love John Henry Newman's Apologia: Personal Testimony as a Method of Evangelization and Apologetics
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After examining the ways in which Newman employed the tools of rhetoric in his Apologia pro Vita Sua in response to Charles Kingsley’s charges against him, this essay charts Newman’s use of his personal testimony to proclaim the Gospel and defend the Catholic Faith and concludes with an analysis of the strengths and potential weaknesses of his approach.
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Stephen Morgan The Oxford Origins of John Henry Newman's Educational Thought in The Idea of a University
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This essay, originally a presentation at the annual conference of the Newman Association of America at St. Anselm’s College, Manchester, New Hampshire, in 2011, argues that The Idea of a University reflects a notion of university education that was already present in all its essentials in Newman’s thought by 1830. Newman’s experience as an undergraduate, his early years as a Fellow of Oriel College and his correspondence with Edward Hawkins during the Tutorship dispute indicate that Newman’s ideas about university education could only have originated in the Anglican Oxford of his time.
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Joseph M. Horton John Henry Newman's Vision of the Residential College: The Place of Formation in the Process of Education
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This essay—originally a presentation at the annual conference of the Newman Association of America at Saint Anselm College in July 2011—explores Newman’svision of the residential college as the place of formation in the process of education and claims that many of Newman’s ideas, far from being out-dated, have an important place in higher education today.
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Cyril O'Regan John Henry Newman and the Argument of Holiness
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This essay examines Newman’s life-long campaign against the errors of liberal religion, particularly its “anti-holiness” principle that rejects the Christian commitment to the pursuit of sanctity. In both his Anglican and Roman Catholic writings, Newman attacked the “anti-holiness” principle’s underlying presuppositions, particularly (1) its naturalistic anthropology, (2) its “anthropocentric horizon of discourse,” (3) its rejection of ascetic discipline in religious formation, and (4) its tendency to accept uncritically what is intellectually novel.
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Donald G. Graham Frank Turner on John Henry Newman and Development: An Example of Eisegesis
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The late Frank M. Turner’s revisionist biography, John Henry Newman: The Challenge to Evangelical Religion has caused controversy. This essay considers one of Turner’s controversial contentions, namely, that Newman’s Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine (1845) is a naturalistic account of the history of the Christian church—an account devoid of the presence of Providence.
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Todd C. Ream Saving Wisdom: Theology in the Christian University
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Bernadette Waterman Ward G. K. Chesterton: A Biography
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Charles Hefling Newman and the Alexandrian Fathers: Shaping Doctrine in Nineteenth-Century England
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