The Rediscovery of Newman: An Oxford Symposium.

By: Coulson, John and A. M. Allchin. (editors).

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8vo - 21.5 x 14 cm.; xxi - 250 pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on the spine. This, the first Newman symposium, was held at Oriel College in the spring of 1966. Contents: Part 1: "The Significance of Newman Today" (1 paper), Part 2: "The Sources of Newman's Power" (6 papers), Part 3: "The Development of Newman's Influence" (4 papers), Part 4: "Newman and the Second Vatican Council" (1 paper). The library markings, of which none are external, are ownership stamps on the front and back free end papers from a private non-circulating White Fathers reference library. Thew book shows mild shelf wear to the externals and the head edge of the text block has spotty surface foxing. The unclipped dust jacket has light edge wear and that is to the spine tips and the head edge of the back panel.; Ex-Library

Title: The Rediscovery of Newman: An Oxford Symposium.

Author Name: Coulson, John and A. M. Allchin. (editors).

Categories: Catholic - Theology,

Publisher: London, UK., Sheed and Ward / SPCK.: 1967

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 24728

Keywords: Catholic; Theology; Philosophy; John Henry Newman; Cardinal Newman; Oriel College; Anglican; Church Fathers; Oxford Movement; Ecumenism;