Readership: Scholars and students of the Oxford Movement and Newman studies; of nineteenth-century Church history and intellectual history.
James Pereiro, Chaplain of Grandpont House and member of the History Faculty, Oxford University
"Pereiro has written an excellent book which deserves to be widely read and carefully considered." - Mark Smith. The Journal of Theological Studies
"This is probably the most important book on the history of the Oxford Movement to be published in the last decade." - Rowan Strong, Church History
"This is an exceptionally interesting book which is a major contribution to the literature of the Oxford Movement...This is undoubtedly one of the most important works published on Tractarianism in recent years and needs to be read by all those with an interest in the topic." - Nigel Yates, Theology
"This beautifully produced volume is a significant and welcome addition to the
literature on the Oxford Movement. It includes genuinely original research...It is a fluent, incisive and original book, which succeeds magnificently in putting the 'heart' back into the Oxford Movement." - Jonathan Baker, New Directions
"[a] carefully argued and meticulous book...significant theological and historical essay." - Geoffrey Rowell, Church Times
"A fine work of history by a scholar who treats the past with the care and respect it deserves." - John M. Vella, Chronicles.
1: Samuel Francis Wood, a London Tractarian
2: Genesis and Nature of the Oxford Movement
3: The Ethos of the Oxford Movement
4: Ethos and Development
5: Ethos History and Religious Parties