Abstract[v. 21] Loss and gain; the story of a convert.--[v. 22] Meditations and devotions.--[v. 23-30] Parochial and plain sermons.--[v. 31-32] Athanasius, St. Select treatises of ... in controversy with the Arians, tr. by J.H. Newman.--[v. 33] Sermon notes of John Henry Cardinal Newman, 1849-1878.--[v. 34] Sermons bearing on subjects of the day.--[v. 35] Sermons preached on various occasions.--[v. 36] Tracts theological and ecclesiastical.--[v. 37] Two essays on Biblical and on ecclesiastical miracles.--[v. 38] Verses on various occasions.--[v. 39-40] The via media of the Anglican church.
[v. 1] Apologia pro vita sua; being a history of his religious opinions.--[v. 2] The Arians of the fourth century.--[v. 3] Callista; a tale of the third century.--[v. 4-5] Certain difficulties felt by Anglicans in Catholic teaching.--[v. 6] Discourses addressed to mixed congregations.--[v. 7] Discussions and arguments on various subjects.--[v. 8] An essay in aid of a grammar of assent.--[v. 9] An essay on the development of Christian doctrine.--[v. 10-11] Essays, critical and historical.--[v. 12] Fifteen sermons preached before the University of Oxford between A.D. 1826 and 1843.--[v. 13-15] Historical sketches.--[v. 16] The idea of a university, defined and illustrated.--[v. 17] Lectures on the doctrine of justification.--[v. 18] Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England.--[v. 19-20] Letters and correspondence of John Henry Newman during his life in the English church.--
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