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On Dr. Newman"s rejection of Liguori"s doctrine of equivocation

Meyrick, Frederick

On Dr. Newman"s rejection of Liguori"s doctrine of equivocation

by Meyrick, Frederick

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Published by British Library in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newman, John Henry, -- 1801-1890,
  • Liguori, Alfonso Maria de", -- Saint, -- 1696-1787.,
  • Christian ethics -- Catholic authors

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination1 microfiche (neg.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19076233M

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The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman, 21 (London, ): 25 n. Newman's letters to O'Sullivan (the chaplain) of 21–24 January and 1 February are printed on pp. 24–25 and 34– O'Sullivan in responding to Harrison had cited quotations from Paley on equivocation.

Newman Author: Josef L. Altholz. Analysis of Dr. Newman's Apologia Pro Vita Sua: with a glance at the history of Popes, Councils, and the Church. Darby. {file section a.} I had no thought of even reading Dr.

Newman's Apologia pro Vita sua. I know pretty well, in theory and practice, what Romanism is; and the history of the popes is open to every one.

The fullest exposition of this idea comes from Blessed John Henry Newman’s () An Essay on the Development of Doctrine. I would like to review Newman’s (dense) description of development because I believe that we, the Church, do not turn to him often enough in our navigation of the doctrinal challenges we face today, and that what he offers is an excellent guide pointing the.

—— his doctrine of equivocation, from which Newman dissents, Apo., ; —— most scrupulous in his own practice, ib., ; —— the sentence 'that nothing in his works has been found worthy of censure' does not mean that they are free from mistake, Apo.

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And it is a less difficulty that the Papal supremacy was not formally acknowledged in the second century, than that there was no formal acknowledgment on the part of the Church of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity till the fourth. No doctrine is defined till it is violated.

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