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  • Roman Catholic Claims. by GORE, Charles.
    GORE, Charles.
    Roman Catholic Claims.

    Edition: Reprint

    London: Rivington, 1889. Second (revised edition). Although substantially the same work, Gore addresses the issues raised in two Catholic rebuttals of his original work. Blue cloth boards with gilt titles. 32 page catalogue for Rivington publications to the rear. This book is a defence, in popular form, of Anglicanism, and Anglican Ordinations and Sacraments, against the criticisms of Roman Catholic authorities. The blue boards are mainly clean, with a little fading and rubbing to the spine. A touch of bumping to the head and tail, with very slight fading. The half title has significant foxing to it. There are two pencil inscriptions showing that the book belonged to a convent library. Owner's name to the head of the title…

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    London: Rivington, 1889. Second (revised edition). Although substantially the same work, Gore addresses the issues raised in two Catholic rebuttals of his original work. Blue cloth boards with gilt titles. 32 page catalogue for Rivington publications to the rear. This book is a defence, in popular form, of Anglicanism, and Anglican Ordinations and Sacraments, against the criticisms of Roman Catholic authorities. The blue boards are mainly clean, with a little fading and rubbing to the spine. A touch of bumping to the head and tail, with very slight fading. The half title has significant foxing to it. There are two pencil inscriptions showing that the book belonged to a convent library. Owner's name to the head of the title page. xviii, [2], 176, 32. pp

    Gore (1853-1932) was an influential Oxford theologian. He was ordained a priest in 1878, and was the principal of Pusey House from its foundation until 1893. Under his influence, the Oxford Movement moved towards Modernist lines (a break with the Tractarians). He was also very concerned with social action, and he helped to found the Christian Social Union. In 1901 he became the Bishop of Worcester, in 1911 he succeeded Francis Paget as Bishop of Oxford.

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    Book ID: 1352
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  • Judicial Blindness, the Punishment of Rejected Truth: by MARSH, Rev. William.
    MARSH, Rev. William.
    Judicial Blindness, the Punishment of Rejected Truth: A Sermon preached at Tavistock Chapel, Drury Lane, on Tuesday March 25th 1828; in the course of Lectures on the Points of Controversy between Roman Catholics and Protestants,

    Edition: First Edition

    London: James Nisbet: 1828. First edition. A disbound sermon. Was once bound, and has nicks to the spine where the gathers were. Very clean and tidy. No significant marks. 15 [i] pp. 210 x 130 mm (8¼ x 5 inches).
    'Millennial Marsh' as he was known to his congregations, was a Church of England vicar, who leaned heavily towards Evangelism. He was concerned in many of his works and sermons with the conversion of the Jews. .

    Book ID: 1231
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