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F. D. MAURICE 71 around the bed of one of their more seriously ill fellows. The ailing adults whom Maurice saw each day were workers: coal porters, seamstresses, stone masons, shoemakers, females doing piecework at home with their children, watermen, railroad laborers, navvies The may ori ty were between fifteen and forty. About one patient in. This book offers a reassessment of the theology of F.D. Maurice (–), one of the most significant theologians of the modern Church of England. It seeks to place Maurice’s theology in the context of nineteenth-century conflicts over the social role of the Church, and over the truth of the Christian revelation. Maurice is known today mostly for his seminal role in the formation of. In Maurice was appointed chaplain at Lincoln's Inn and also professor of theology at King's. The political events of restirred his concern in the application of Christian principles to social reform, and with J.M.F. Ludlow* and Charles Kingsley,* he formed the Christian Socialists,* aiming at a Christian reform of the social bases of. This book offers a reassessment of the theology of Frederick Denison Maurice (–), one of the most significant theologians of the modern Church of England. It seeks to place Maurice’s theology in the context of nineteenth-century conflicts over the social role of the Church, and over the truth of the Christian revelation. Maurice is known today mostly for his seminal role in the.
John Frederick Denison Maurice, often known as F. D. Maurice (29 August – 1 April ), was a major theologian of the Church of England, a prolific author and one of the founders of Christian Socialism. Since World War II, interest in Maurice has expanded/5(1). Frederick Denison Maurice, (born Aug. 29, , Normanston, Suffolk, Eng.—died April 1, , London), major English theologian of 19th-century Anglicanism and prolific author, remembered chiefly as a founder of Christian Socialism.. Prevented from graduation in law at Cambridge by his refusal to subscribe to the Thirty-nine Articles, the Anglican confession of faith, Maurice reversed his. The above quotation from St Isaac does not precisely agree with F. D. Maurice's view of our Lord's sacrifice as presented in the series of sermons given in and published under the title The Doctrine of Sacrifice Deduced from the Scriptures. For Maurice, it was the love of God demonstrated in our Lord's death that has redeemed us from our sins.5/5(1). Address of Congratulation to the Rev. F. D. Maurice, on his nomination to St. Peter's, Vere Street; with his reply thereto Frederick Denison Maurice - 16 pages.
7 The first exponent of this tradition of interpretation was Gabriel Hebert himself; as his biographer, Christopher Irvine, puts it, in Worship, Church and Society (Norwich, ), p. ‘he takes the thought of F. D. Maurice as the framework for his own arguments, and sets out to explain the view that the Church was both a human and a divine institution, given, as it were, to make tangible Author: J. N. Morris. To Build Christ's Kingdom: F. D. Maurice and His Writings is the fourth volume of Canterbury Press's Canterbury Studies in Spiritual Theology. It is edited by Jeremy Morris, who has previously written several books, including a volume entitled F. D. Maurice and the Crisis of Christian Authority (Oxford, ).5/5(1). F. D. Maurice (), the widely published theologian and Christian socialist, served as both Professor of English Literature at King's College, London, and Professor of Moral Philosophy at Cambridge. He was a founding member of the Cambridge Apostles and later founded the Working Men's College in : Frederick Denison Maurice. View the profiles of people named Maurice. Join Facebook to connect with Maurice and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and.