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Sara Coleridge and the Oxford Movement

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The first scholarly edition of Sara Coleridge’s religious writings


Sara Coleridge and the Oxford Movement is the first book to be devoted entirely to Sara Coleridge’s religious writings. It presents extracts from important religious works which have remained unpublished since the 1840s. These writings represent a bold intervention by a woman writer in the public spheres of academia and the Church, in the genre of religious writing which was a masculine preserve (as opposed to the genres of religious fiction and poetry). They offer the most original and systematic critique of Tractarian theology to appear in the 1840s. Sara Coleridge’s assertion of religious inclusivity and liberty of conscience is based on a radically Protestant theology underpinned by a Kantian epistemology. The book also presents substantial extracts from her unpublished masterpiece Dialogues on Regeneration (the equivalent of her father’s Opus Maximum) which show her remarkable literary originality and the continuing development of her innovative religious thought.


Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction: ‘Sara Coleridge and the Contexts of Religious Division’; Part 1: Selections from Religious Writings, 1843–1848; Section 1. ‘On Rationalism’; Section 2. Introduction to ‘Biographia Literaria (1847)’; Section 3. ‘Extracts from a New Treatise on Regeneration’; Part 2: Selections from Dialogues on Regeneration, 1850–1851; Section 1. Introductory Dialogues; Section 2. On the Incarnation of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Relation to Time; Section 3. Scriptural Dialogues; Section 4. On the Idea of Personality in Reference to Our Lord Jesus Christ; Bibliography; Index.

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Published 30 January 2020
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EAN13 9781785272417
Language English

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