Cambridge Theology in the Nineteenth Century: Enquiry, Controversy and Truth

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Many books have been written about nineteenth-century Oxford theology, but what was happening in Cambridge? This book provides the first continuous account of what might be called 'the Cambridge theological tradition', by discussing its leading figures from Richard Watson and William Paley, through Herbert Marsh and Julius Hare, to the trio of Lightfoot, Westcott and Hort. It also includes a chapter on nonconformists such as Robertson Smith, P.T. Forsyth and T.R. Glover. The analysis is organised around the defences that ...

Cambridge Theology in the Nineteenth Century: Enquiry, Controversy and Truth 2008, Routledge, Aldershot, England

ISBN-13: 9780754656241

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