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Oxford & Cambridge conferences, second series, 1900-1901 / by Joseph Rickaby, S.J. [Electronic resource]

By: Rickaby, Joseph, 1845-1932Publisher: London : Sands, 1902Description: 246 pSubject(s): Catholic Church | Apologetics -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 204/RIC/2 Online Resources: CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COPY OF TEXT.
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Contents: CAMBRIDGE CONFERENCES: 1. Catholics and criminal statistics.-- 2. Christ's attitude to the Pharisees.-- 3. Acting on principle.-- 4. Heaven and hell as antidotes to worldliness.-- 5. Some general notions on Inspiration and historical accuracy of Scriptures.-- 6. The reign of Christ.- 7. The Incarnation and the Greek view of life.-- 8. The Immaculate Conception, a development of doctrine -- OXFORD CONFERENCES: 1. The Church and liberal Catholicism.-- 2. What brought Henry John Newman into the Church?.-- 3. Do Catholics lead better lives than other men?.-- 4. The Majesty of God.-- 5. Free will in God and men.--6. The meaning of the word 'sectarian'.-- 7. A School of Catholic thought at Oxford.-- 8. Intercessory prayer.-- CAMBRIDGE CONFERENCES: 1-3. The theory of morals.-- 4. Progressive morality.-- 5. The Law of God.-- 6. Canon law in its application to laymen.-- 7. The Law and Grace.-- The sanction of reward. -- Index.

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