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Publisher: London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1938.:
Seller ID: 41104
1st edition. A Study of the Relation Between Christian Faith and Traditional Theology. Whilst "Modernism" was originally used to describe the position of some French Catholics, by the beginning of the twentieth century it had "come to be used in the wider sense of the general acceptance of a new critical attitude in the interpretation both of Scripture and of traditional Christian doctrines, in conformity with the methods and results of modern knowledge, but without regard to any specifically Roman requirements." Pp.xviii/182, light spotting to preliminaries and index pages, o... View more info
Publisher: London: G.Bell and Sons, Ltd, 1922.:
Seller ID: 41102
1st edition. An examination of "Modernism". Includes a foreword on Science and Miracles by F.A.Dixey. Pp.x/153/2(ads for other publications),toned patch to front free endpaper. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine, spine sunned. G+. **Modernism refers to theological opinions expressed during the late 19th and early 20th centuries...overall teaching of Modernism is that dogmata (the teachings of the Church, which its members are required to believe) can evolve over time – not only in their expression but also in their substance – rather than remaining the same in substance for all time.... View more info
By: RICHARDSON, R.D.
Publisher: London: Skeffington,1935. 0:
Seller ID: 2584
2nd ed. Pp.292. Green cloth, d/w darkened with small edge tears. G+/G+. View more info
By: VIDLER, A.R.
Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1934.:
Seller ID: 45636
1st edition. Being the Norrisian Prize Essay in the University of Cambridge for the Year 1933. "The origins and outcome of the movement condemned by the encyclical Pascendi in 1907 are discussed with special reference to the careers of Loisy, Tyrrell and other leading modernists; and the extent of its influence outside the Roman Church, especially in the Church of England, is estimated." Pp.xiv/286, small bookseller's label (A.D.Woodhouse, Birmingham) to inside front board. Red cloth, dustwrapper grubby with edge losses but is in a removable clear protective wrap. VG/Fair. View more info