Reason, Grace, and Sentiment: Volume 1, Whichcote to Wesley: A Study of the Language of Religion and Ethics in England 1660 1780
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BeschreibungRivers examines the rise of Anglican moral religion during the period 1660 1780, and the reactions against it.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. The conflict of languages in the mid-seventeeth century; 2. The religion of reason: the latitude-men; 3. The religion of grace: Baxter, Bunyan, and the nonconformist reaction; 4. Affectionate religion: Watts, Doddridge, and the tradition of old dissent; 5. John Wesley and the language of scripture, reason and experience; Bibliography; Index.
Pressestimmen"...an important contribution to our understanding of the period...there is much to learn and consider in this conclusion to her exceptional two-volume study." Daniel Carey, Eighteenth-Century Scotland "The outstanding features of Isabel River's second volume of Reason, Grace, and Sentiment are all that one could have hoped for...The two volumes surpass all available histories of eighteenth-century English and Scottish philosophy and theology in breadth, depth, clarity, and sympathetic understanding of the principals." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual "Isabel Rivers navigates well the difficult straits of late 17th- and early 18th-century theological literature...Reason, Grace, and Sentiment is a fine book; it amply fulfills River's hope that, for those interested in 17th- and 18th-century intellectual history, her 'concentration on language...succeed[s] in giving the subject a new interest and emphasis.' We anticipate Rivers's second voyage to hear the freethinkers and apologists singing." Michael Adams, Sixteenth Century News "...offers us fresh insights into the editing and publishing history of the Latitudinarians and their coherent attempts to shape the education of the clergy." James E. Bradley, Albion
Untertitel: 'ACT Now Plays'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2004
Seitenanzahl: 292 Seiten