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James David Earnest and Gerard Tracey (eds)
Fifteen Sermons Preached Before the University of Oxford: Between A.D. 1826 and 1843 by John Henry Newman
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Fifteen Sermons Preached before The University of Oxford
To the very Rev. Richard William Church, M.A.
Preface to the Third Edition
Sermon I: The Philosophical Temper, First Enjoined by the Gospel
Sermon II: The Influence of Natural and Revealed Religion Respectively
Sermon III: Evangelical Sanctity the Completion of Natural Virtue
Sermon IV: The Usurpations of Reason
Sermon V: Personal Influence, the Means of Propagating the Truth
Sermon VI: On Justice, As a Principle of Divine Governance
Sermon VII: Contest Between Faith and Sight
Sermon VIII: Human Responsibility, As Independent of Circumstances
Sermon IX: Wilfulness, the Sin of Saul
Sermon X: Faith and Reason, Contrasted As Habits of Mind
Sermon XI: The Nature of Faith in Relation to Reason
Sermon XII: Love the Safeguard of Faith Against Superstition
Sermon XIII: Implicit and Explicit Reason
Sermon XIV: Wisdom, As Contrasted with Faith and Bigotry
Sermon XV: The Theory of Developments in Religious Doctrine
Newman's 'Rough Draft of Matter for French Translation'
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