Ever since his conversion to the Roman communion in 1845, John Henry Newman has been an ambiguous figure for Anglicans. For nearly twenty years, he was an embarrassment for the Church of England, and largely ignored by it. [...] Newman is, nevertheless, a theologian whose work transcends confessional categories.
Jeremy Morris is Dean of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and Robert Runcie Fellow in Ecclesiastical History there. He is an Affi liated Lecturer in the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. His academic work has concentrated on modern European Church history, Anglican theology and ecclesiology (especially High Anglicanism), the ecumenical movement, and arguments about religion and secularization.
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