Newman and Heresy: The Anglican Years

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This study provides the first systematic account of John Henry Newman's treatment of heresy and heretics in the early Church, and thus sheds light on an area hitherto unexplored in books about Newman.

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This 1991 study links Newman's historical researches to the religious controversies of the time. Dr Thomas shows how Newman's eventual conversion to Catholicism in 1845 may be understood as a change in his perception of heresy, and a realisation of the applicability of his own polemic to his Anglican self.

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"...daunting study of Newman's Anglican writings on the early Christological heresies (Arianism, Sabellianism, etc.). Readers will be grateful for the definition of these many heresies in a glossary with which Thomas begins the book." The Catholic Historical Review

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