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The Emergence of the Maurician Synthesis: A Coleridgean in Theology

JEREMY MORRIS

in F. D. Maurice and the Crisis of Christian Authority

Published in print May 2005 | ISBN: 9780199263172
Published online July 2005 | e-ISBN: 9780191602825 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/0199263175.003.0003

Series: Christian Theology in Context

The Emergence of the Maurician Synthesis: A Coleridgean in Theology

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Places Maurice’s work in the specific theological, ecclesial, and educational contexts in which he was raised, from Unitarianism to High Church Anglicanism. Pays attention especially to the political and social criticisms of Establishment held by his father and his colleagues, and to the contrasting impact on him of the Christian Platonism of Cambridge and the Anglican Orthodoxy of Oxford. Maurice’s transition from his paternal home, with its cautious leanings towards religious rationalism and political radicalism, is be traced through the influence of Julius Hare (at Cambridge) and, above all, Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

Keywords: Anglican Orthodoxy; Coleridge; High Church; Platonism; radicalism; Unitarianism

Chapter.  11511 words. 

Subjects: Christian Theology

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