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John Henry Newman is widely recognized as the greatest Catholic thinker of the 19th century; why then did he refuse the title of «theologian »? This refusal expressed above all a rejection of the dominant Catholic theology and philosophy of his day which was essentially conceptual, profoundly unhistorical, and – most importantly – divorced from the domain of spiritual experience. Newman’s own theology is steeped in history, is profoundly biblically-based, and above all is inseparable from his spirituality. He insists on the importance of the «real» as opposed to the purely «notional ». And if he insists on the importance of «dogma», it is because he is keenly aware that our manner of thinking about God determines our ability to pray to him and to seek him.

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John Henry Newman, Dogma, Theology and Spirituality, Church Fathers, «real» and «notional»

Referencias

Apologia Pro Vita Sua, 1864.

«Biglietto Speech» (1879), in Addresses to Cardinal Newman with HCertain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching, 2 vols. (1850) 1876.

Discourses Addressed to Mixed Congregations, 1849.

An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent, 1870.

An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, 1845.

Fifteen Sermons Preached Before the University of Oxford Between A.D 1826 and 1843, 1843.

The Idea of a University, (1852) 1873.

Lectures on the Doctrine of Justification, 1838.

Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman, Oxford: Clarendon Press & Oxford University Press / London: Nelson, 32 vols., 1961-2007.

Parochial and Plain Sermons, 8 vols., 1834-43.

Sermons Preached on Subjects of the Day, 1857.

Stray Essays, 1890.

Other authors quoted

AUGUSTIN OF HIPPO, Confessions.

BASIL OF CAESAREA, Sur le Saint Esprit, Paris: Éditions du Cerf, Sources chrétiennes, nº 17 bis, 1986.

BÉRULLE, P. DE, Conférences, in OEuvres complètes, Paris: Éditions du Cerf & Oratoire de France, vol. I, 1995; vol. IV, 1995.

OLIER, J.-J., Catéchisme chrétien de la vie intérieure, Paris: Le Rameau, 1954.

SAINT-JURE, J.-B., L’Homme spirituel, Paris, 1646.

TOLAND, J., Christianity Not Mysterious or, A Treatise Shewing That There is nothing in the Gospel Contrary to Reason, Nor Above it: And that no Christian Doctrine can be properly called a Mystery, London, 1696.

Secondary literature

BEAUMONT, K., Dieu intérieur. La théologie spirituelle de John Henry Newman, Paris: Ad Solem, 2014.

BEAUMONT, K., «Newman et la question de l’inspiration biblique», Newman et la Bible. Études Newmaniennes 29 (2013) 143-164.

Dictionnaire de spiritualité ascétique et mystique, vol. 12/3, Paris: Beauchesne, 1986; vol. 15/1, Paris: Beauchesne, 1990.

Dictionnaire de théologie catholique, Paris: Letouzey et Ané, vol. 15, 1950.

John Henry Newman, Lover of Truth (symposium), Rome: Pontificia Universitas Urbaniana, 1991.

JOHN PAUL II, Fides et ratio, 1998.

JONES, Ch., WAINWRIGHT, G. & YARNOLD, E. (eds.), The Study of Spirituality, London: SPCK, 1986.

LOSSKY, V., The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church, St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, (1938) 1976.

THOMAS, S., Newman and Heresy. The Anglican Years, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

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En la canonización de J. H. Newman
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Keith Beaumont, Association Francophone des Amis de Newm.

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