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|Title: ||The leading interpretations on the significance and nature of the Oxford movement|
|Author(s) : ||Santos-Sotelo, V.J. (Víctor J.)|
|Issue Date: ||1988|
|Publisher: ||Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra|
|Citation: ||SANTOS SOTELO, Víctor J. "The leading interpretations on the significance and nature of the Oxford movement ". Excerpta e dissertationibus in Sacra Theologia, 14 (1988) :157-219.|
|Keywords: ||Materias Investigacion::Teología y Ciencias religiosas::Teología histórica|
|Abstract: ||The Oxford Movement has been the object of numerous studies.
Books, articles and introductions to editions of source works
have abounded during these last years. The subject is treated by
authors of different Christian confessions and analyzed from
various and at times heterogeneous points of view. As such, they
are often difficult to integrate within a global vision.
This situation urgently demands at least the establishment of
some basic coordinates for reading and interpreting the abundant
source materials. It is a task which would permit a true progress in
the understanding of Tractarian ideas, the personality of the protagonists
and the historical sense of the Movement.|
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