Date of Award
Senior Scholars Paper (Open Access)
Colby College. History Dept.
Harold B. Raymond
In retrospective, the Oxford movement of nineteenth century England provides one with an interesting study of the struggles between the spiritual and secular worlds. However, repeated abstraction in an interpretation of its significance has tended to distort accurate understanding of its historical development. Often this also has resulted n a misinterpretation of the nature of its major themes and their significance to the world. For these reasons, this study has attempted to describe the origin, maturity, and dissolution of the series of events which strictly speaking may be considered to be the Oxford movement. In conclusion, liberty has been taken to comment on the nature of the Movement's themes and their significance in their own age and to man today.
Recommended CitationGoyette, Arthur B., "Oxford movement: its themes and their significance" (1956). Senior Scholar Papers. Paper 106.
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