Oxford Movement and Its Leaders
A Bibliography of Secondary and Lesser Primary Sources
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Number of Pages: 736
Width: 14.7 cm
Height: 22.2 cm
This is a comprehensive list of 5,688 citations to books, pamphlets, chapters, articles, theses, manscripts, microforms, and tape recordings relating to the Oxford Movement (1833-1850), which aimed at restoring the High Church ideals of the seventeenth century.
...overwhelming. Even is an age of computers and word processors, Crumb's labors are very obvious. The book will be useful to research libraries and scholars. The Catholic Historical Review ...indispensible for future work on the Oxford Movement...appears exhaustive. Journal Of Ecclesiastical History ...excellent bibliography... Theology Digest A major research tool...Good cross referencing and indexing make this a delightful reference tool. Theological Book Review ...a major contribution to scholarship...Recommended without reservation to academic libraries that support English literature, religion, and intellectual history. CHOICE ...a valuable resource detailing the critical literature on one of the most significant developments in nineteenth-and twentieth-century Christianity. It is an important addition ... College & Research Libraries News ...a unique and extremely valuable reference work on the Oxford Movement...an impressive bibliography that all Anglican scholars will want to own and no serious library can be without. Anglican and Episcopal History ..extraordinary and comprehensive... Journal Of The Canadian Church Historical Society ...magnificent bibliography... Journal Of The Evangelical Theological Society