By Peter B. Nockles
This examine breaks new floor in atmosphere the Oxford circulate in its historic and theological context. Peter Nockles conducts a rigorous exam of the nineteenth-century Catholic revival within the Church of britain, and exhibits that during many respects this revival have been expected through a revival of the Anglican excessive Church culture within the previous seventy years. No different learn deals this kind of entire remedy of the level of divergence, in addition to of continuity, among the Oxford circulate and the older excessive Churchmanship previous it.
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B. , University of Oxford, 1982, ch. 5. 89 Similarly, the loyalty of George Moberly to the older tradition owed much to his family background and connections. Moberly married Mary Ann Crokat, the god-daughter of that Hackney stalwart, Judge Allan Park, at whose London house she often stayed. 90 Significantly, both Judge Park and Sir John Richardson had been Hutchinsonian friends of William Stevens and Jones of Nayland. The need remains for a structured evaluation of the old High Church response to Tractarianism, to complement Peter Toon's delineation of the Evangelical response.
H. Kenney, The Principles and Practices of Pretended Reformers in Church and State (London, 1819), p. 412. For a contrary view, see E. Pearson, Remarks on the Controversy Subsisting, or Supposed to Subsist between the Arminian and Calvinist Ministers of the Church of England (London, 1802), pp. 6 - 8 . Anglican Evangelicals complained that the confounding of Calvinist with Puritan was an historical fallacy deriving from partisan High Church writers such as Peter Heylin and Jeremy Collier. Christian Observer, 3 (July, 1804), 429; G.
J o n a t h a n Boucher (1738-1804). Ordained 1762; emigrated to North America, living in Virginia, then Maryland; M A of King's College, New York, 1774; defended Anglican C h u r c h in the North American colonies and, as a Loyalist, forced to return to England in 1775; Vicar of Epsom, 1785. Became a close friend of H o m e , Jones and Stevens. See J . , Reminiscences of an American Loyalist (Boston, 1925); DNB. T h e best account of the 'Hackney Phalanx' is in Churton's Memoir of Joshua Watson.
The Oxford Movement in Context: Anglican High Churchmanship, 1760-1857 by Peter B. Nockles