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Parochial and Plain Sermons, Vol. VIII (of 8) by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
"[...]wear a mock gravity, and, like the hypocrites whom Christ speaks of, make themselves sad countenances, but they are easy and natural, and without meaning it cannot help showing in their look, and voice, and manner, that they are God's dear children, and have His grace within them. They are civil and obliging, kind and friendly; not envious or jealous, not quarrelsome, not spiteful or resentful, not selfish, not covetous, not niggardly, not lovers of the world, not afraid of the world, not afraid of what man can do against them.[...]".
Parochial and Plain Sermons: Worship, a preparation for Christ's coming by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
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The Works of Cardinal Newman: Parochial and plain sermons [ed. by W. J. Copeland] 1908-18 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
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Parochial and Plain Sermons: Holiness necessary for future blessedness by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
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Parochial and Plain Sermons, Vol. VII by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
Book Excerpt: ...t and most awful revelation, which God has made to us about the future, that in that day, the books will be opened, "and another book opened, which is the book of life, and the dead judged out of those things which were written in the books according to their works!" What would a man give, any one of us, who has any real insight into his polluted and miserable state, what would he give to tear away some of the leaves there preserved! For how heinous are the sins therein written! Think of the multitude of sins done by us since we first knew the difference between right and wrong. We have forgotten them, but there we might read them clearly recorded. Well may holy David exclaim, "Remember not the sins of my youth nor my transgressions, according to Thy mercy remember Thou me." Conceive, too, the multitude of sins which have so grown into us as to become part of us, and in which we now live, not knowing, or but partially knowing, that they are sins, habits of pride, self-reliance, self-conceit, sullenness, im...
Parochial and Plain Sermons by Newman John Henry Book Resume:
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Realizations by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
What is the secret of John Henry Newman's enduring appeal? It perhaps lies in the freshness, persuasiveness, and brilliance of his descriptions of Christianity. Newman, who is to be beatified by Pope Benedict XVI later this year, often uses the word realization" rather than "faith" or "belief" to describe the process of becoming a Christian. To him, a realization is a moment when "one opens one's heart to a truth." He continues to enthrall us because through him we come to recognize Christianity not as a languid assent to a series of propositions, but as a vivid encounter with concrete realities. This collection of his sermons-the ones Newman himself felt were his best-is the ideal introduction to one of the greatest writers in the Christian tradition. "If there is one comprehensive thing that can be said about Newman's writings, it is that he has a 'voice;' it is his own and no-one else's. To me, at least, it is a voice that never falls to start up, radioactive from the page, however musty the physical book." -From the foreword by Muriel Spark Vincent Ferrer Blehl, SJ, (1921-2001) was the Postulator of the cause of Newman's canonization, and the author of several books and articles about Newman's life and work. The novelist Muriel Spark (1918 - 2006) said that "it was by way of Newman that I turned Roman Catholic." She later remarked that "it wasn't until I became a Roman Catholic . . . that I was ale to see human existence as a whole, as a novelist needs to do.""
Conscience in the Parochial and Plain Sermons of John Henry Newman by Fabio Attard Book Resume:
A theme rightly associated with the personality of John Henry Newman is that of conscience. To the general reader, Newman's life story comes across as a witness of someone who followed the light of his conscience wherever it lead him. Yet, for those who decide to enter into a more familiar knowledge of the man, it will soon become clear that the meaning of conscience in his life goes much deeper than was originally thought. The main aim of this book is to discover what Newman understands by the term conscience in a particular period of his life, that which stretches from 1816 to 1843, his Anglican period. Within this particular period we find two sources that are intimately linked with one another. They are his sermons, the Parochial and Plain Sermons, and the varied biographical events as they come across to us through his Letters and Diaries. This book aims to find in these two sources the answers to the question: How is Newman's own understanding of conscience within the Parochial and Plain Sermons related to his personal life story? This question is dealt with from the standpoint of the biographical events and that of the written word. For this reason this volume is divided into two parts: The first examines the whole domain of the events, aiming to highlight the importance they hold for the theme of conscience. The second is directly concerned with Newman's writing on conscience within the Parochial and Plain Sermons. Contents: The discovery of Conscience 1816-1825; Advocacy of Conscience 1825-1832; Advocacy of Conscience 1833-1843; The reason behind the sermon; Analysis of the term Conscience; Conclusion.
Parochial and Plain Sermons by John Henry Cardinal Newman,William John Copeland Joh Henry Newman,William John Copeland Book Resume:
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The Conceptualisation of the Christian Life in John Henry Newman's Parochial and Plain Sermons by Marcin Kuczok Book Resume:
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. Cognitivism offers an integral perspective on language and is gaining in popularity among scholars in the whole world. The book identifies a number of metaphorical models of “The Christian Life” in Newman’s sermons, based on structural metaphors, such as “A Journey”, “A Race”, “A Trial” and “Family Life”, as well as some models based on ontological metaphors, such as animalisations (“The Sheepfold” metaphor), vegetalisations (the “Christ is a Plant” metaphor) and reifications (“The Gift” metaphor). Each of the models constitutes a coherent set of metaphors, metonymies and metaphtonymies, present throughout the whole of Newman’s Parochial and Plain Sermons. It is also shown that the conceptualisation of “The Christian Life” is based on conceptual blending between conventional metaphors functioning in everyday English and the transcendental conceptual domain of “Christianity”. 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.
Sermones parroquiales 7 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
En 1842, tras la aparición del sexto volumen, Newman había dado por terminada la publicación de la serie de sus Sermones parroquiales. En esos momentos se hallaba inmerso en el dramático proceso interior que culminaría con su conversión al catolicismo en 1845. Pero a petición de un amigo preparó para su publicación otros sermones que acabaron conformando los volúmenes séptimo y octavo de la serie. En este séptimo volumen se incluyen 18 sermones de diversas épocas y temáticas que abarcan desde el rechazo de la religión, la avaricia o la economía, hasta la unidad de la Iglesia, la crucifixión o la Eucaristía. En esta edición se incluye su último sermón como clérigo anglicano, Separarse de los amigos, escrito inmediatamente después de su dimisión como vicario de Saint Mary`s, el 25 de septiembre de 1843: una verdadera joya.
Sermones parroquiales / 1 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
Desde su ordenación como pastor anglicano hasta su muerte como cardenal católico, la figura de Newman no deja de sorprender por la coherencia de su trayectoria. En estos Sermones parroquiales, un clásico de la espiritualidad cristiana que ha inspirado a todas las generaciones de cristianos desde su predicación entre 1825 y 1833 hasta hoy, se encuentran ya las semillas de todos los grandes temas que el teólogo inglés desarrollará durante su vida y obra. Desde la cercanía del párroco y no desde la distancia del teólogo, demostrando su enorme conocimiento de la psicología humana, de la Sagrada Escritura y de las tentaciones y pruebas que atraviesan los cristianos en el mundo, nos introduce en los temas centrales del cristianismo y la salvación. El presente volumen es el primero de la serie completa de los Sermones parroquiales. Con la fuerza, frescura y la audacia en él habituales, Newman vuelve a desafiar nuestra razón y conmover nuestro corazón.
Sermones Parroquiales / 5 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
Los veinticuatro sermones de este quinto volumen de los Sermones parroquiales fueron predicados en su mayoría en los años 1838-1840. Este periodo coincide plenamente con las primeras experiencias que acabaron conduciendo a Newman a la Iglesia católica. En efecto, el estudio de las controversias de la Iglesia primitiva, en el verano de 1839, le hicieron concebir, si bien aún no aceptar plenamente, la idea de que el Anglicanismo era insostenible. El predicador de los sermones de este tomo andaba, pues, inmerso en una especie de dicotomía interior que no traslucía al exterior. Los temas de estos sermones son más bien morales que doctrinales, y el mensaje fundamental que transmite a sus oyentes contribuye a llevarlos más bien hacia la Iglesia antigua que hacia la Iglesia de Inglaterra. El tono general es probablemente menos polémico que otras veces, precisamente porque el predicador se siente próximo a un estado de búsqueda y espera.
Sermones parroquiales / 2 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
En estos treinta y dos sermones, John Henry Newman vuelve a poner de manifiesto su fuerza, frescura y audacia. Fuerza en la verdad de su mensaje, que es el mensaje de Dios; frescura en la palabra, con un lenguaje cercano y familiar que se aleja del empleado en sus estudios teológicos; y audacia para acercar al hombre a lo verdaderamente esencial del cristianismo. En este segundo volumen de la serie completa de los Sermones parroquiales, un clásico de la espiritualidad cristiana, Newman demuestra nuevamente la coherencia de su trayectoria, que comenzó con su ordenación como pastor anglicano en 1825 y terminó, tras su conversión en 1845, como cardenal de la Iglesia católica.
Selected Sermons by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
John Henry Newman (1801-1890), a convert from Anglicanism, is considered to be the most seminal of modern Catholic theologians. Included here are 34 of his Anglican sermons and four from other sources. This edition situates Newman's spirituality and is notable for its introduction by Ker, the foremost Newman scholar.
Sermones Parroquiales / 4 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
Entre 1835 y 1838, periodo al que pertenecen los sermones que encontramos en este cuarto volumen de la serie de los Sermones Parroquiales, Newman se halla en plena evolución desde el anglicanismo hacia el catolicismo. Su batalla contra el racionalismo liberal de los protestantes, que considera corruptor de la fe y ajeno al anglicanismo reformado que él promueve, tiene ya una formulación: la Via Media. A pesar de la declarada intención «práctica» de sus sermones, Newman tiene claro que «el fin de la predicación no es convertir a la gente» sino que «el predicador cristiano, al emplear sus propias palabras, no puede pretender ser más que un Juan Bautista que prepara el camino del Evangelio». Y el poder del Evangelio para convencer y convertir está en «la Iglesia, los sacramentos, etc., y en la vida de las personas buenas».
Sermones parroquiales / 3 by John Henry Newman Book Resume:
En este tercer volumen de la serie de los Sermones parroquiales se incluyen veinticinco sermones predicados en la iglesia de Saint Mary's en Oxford. El genio humano y cristiano de Newman, que ya era una autoridad no exenta de polémica en Inglaterra, vuelve a brillar en ellos con toda lucidez. Con un conocimiento de la Escritura poco común, el autor, todavía anglicano, describe con belleza y en toda su riqueza a la Iglesia como instrumento de salvación, como continuidad de Cristo en la historia a través de los sacramentos. Unas convicciones defendidas con fuerza y que llevarían a Newman, en no mucho tiempo, a la conversión al catolicismo.
God Matters by Herbert McCabe Book Resume:
Seldom have God matters been treated with such verve, sense, rigour and humour as in this collection of writings by Herbert McCabe. The book demonstrates the depth and clarity of his theology and philosophy of God, his appetite for controversy, both political and theological, as well as a traditional Catholic concern for prayer, liturgy, Mary and St Dominic. The articles, which range widely, and represent over twenty years of characterstically dominican enterprise, reveal a personality that is itslef clear evidence that God matters.
The Modern Age, 1789-1889 by Hughes Oliphant Old Book Resume:
This sixth volume of Hughes Oliphant Old's monumental, acclaimed study of preaching throughout history, The Modern Age, tells the story of preaching and worship from the French Revolution to the fall of the Berlin Wall (1789-1989). During this period preaching continued to support the historic Christian faith while the church undertook to resist secularization, come to grips with biblical criticism, and initiate bold overseas missions. Opening with the revived Catholic Order of Preachers, continental Protestants such as Abraham Kuyper, and the self-consciously modern preaching of Friedrich Schleiermacher, Old moves on to consider Victorian figures such as John Henry Newman and Charles Haddon Spurgeon. He carefully lays out the tensions between Old and New School Calvinism as well as the beginnings of black preaching and the great American tradition of Charles Finney, Dwight L. Moody, Harry Emerson Fosdick, and many more. In the twentieth century Old's focus falls on the crises of the two world wars, especially the courageous ministries of German, Dutch, and Hungarian preachers during the Third Reich.
Apologia Pro Vita Sua by John Henry Newman,Wyatt North Book Resume:
Apologia Pro Vita Sua (A Defence of One's Own Life), was written by John Henry Newman in 1864 defending his religious opinions, after he quit as the Anglican vicar of St. Mary's, Oxford. Newman was one of the most important religious figures of the 19th century, and became a cardinal after he converted to Catholicism. He was canonised as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church in 2019.
The Anglican Spirit by Michael Ramsey Book Resume:
"Of such figures in the twentieth century, there is no doubt at all that Michael Ramsey is among the most eminent and among the most deeply loved. This book is a treasure, a digest of some of his most significant academic work that can be read by anyone at all who is seeking to know and love God more. At a time of struggle and uncertainly for the Anglican Communion, his is a voice urgently needed, and it is a delight to see this new edition."--Rowan Williams Archbishop Michael Ramsey was one of the church's most remarkable twentieth-century saints--wise and humble, humorous and compassionate. These introductory lectures on Anglicanism reveal the breadth of Ramsey's theological understanding, his ecumenism, and his vision of the church and the Christian life. Informal and conversational in style, the lectures offer an overview of Anglican theology, spirituality, and history. Ramsey begins with Anglicanism's enduring characteristics, including its dependence on Scripture, tradition--the ancient writers of the church who guide us in interpreting the Bible--and reason, our God-given capacity for divine revelation. Next Ramsey explores its teachings on theology and the sacraments, Tractarianism and the Oxford Movement, the renaissance of Anglican religious communities, and the evolving doctrines of creation, incarnation, and the Holy Spirit. The final section presents Ramsey's theology of the church and Anglicanism's relationship to Rome and the Orthodox churches.