Cardinal Newman in His Age
His Place in English Theology and LiteratureBook - 1973
From the publisher's description: "John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801-1890), Victorian precursor of contemporary theology and religious literature, is generally considered the most important English theologian of the last two centuries. Combining firm dogmatic orthodoxy with modern modes of thought and expression, Newman laid the groundwork for a synthesis of Catholic teaching with the individualism, subjectivism, and relativism of modern thought which had a profound effect upon the Second Vatican Council."
Publisher: Nashville, Vanderbilt University Press, 1973
Characteristics: xv, 296 p. 23 cm
Alternative Title: His place in English theology and literature