|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Edmund Newey is Vicar of St Andrew's, Handsworth in the Diocese of Birmingham. He read Modern Languages at Lincoln College, Oxford and Theology at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and has worked as a schoolteacher in Bolton and a parish priest in Manchester and Newmarket. He has written articles on a variety of subjects: on the seventeenth century Anglican divines in Modern Theology, Anglican Theological Review and Literature and Theology; on 'Reticence and Christian Orthodoxy' and 'Augustine and the Kyrie Confession' in Theology; and he has contributed to Sarah Coakley and Sam Wells (eds.), Praying for England: Priestly Presence in Contemporary Culture (Continuum, 2008), Sarah Coakley and Frankie Ward (eds.), Fear and Friendship: Anglicans Engaging with Islam (Continuum, forthcoming) and Benjamin Guyer and Katherine Silcox (eds.), Pro Communio: Theological Essays on the Anglican Covenant (Wipf and Stock, forthcoming).
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction; ’God made Man greater when He made him less’: Traherne’s iconic child; ’Sense deified’: humanity in divinity; ’L’élève de la nature’: the Rousseauvian shift; ’Die reine Offenbarung des Göttlichen’: who is Schleiermacher’s child?; ’Einheimisch’ or ’Neugeboren’?: the whereabouts of Schleiermacher’s child; ’La théologie détendue’: Péguy’s liturgical child; ’L’éternel dans le temporel’: the child as icon of hope; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.