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  • Author(s) Jeremy Morris
  • Edition
  • Published1st June 2005
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199263165
F. D. Maurice was a leading nineteenth-century theologian famous for founding the movement called Christian Socialism. In the first major reassessment of Maurice's work for many years, Jeremy Morris argues that his importance above all lay in his thinking about the Christian Church, and about its social role. At a time when many people feared the collapse of Christianity and of social order, Maurice tried to show that Christians, despite their many differences, had
a responsibility to the whole of society. By appreciating the source and strength of each other's convictions, they could learn to work together to restore the authority of the Christian faith. It was
the Church of England's task in particular to bring its message of hope to the poor as well as the rich.

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  • Author(s) Jeremy Morris
  • Edition
  • Published1st June 2005
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199263165
F. D. Maurice was a leading nineteenth-century theologian famous for founding the movement called Christian Socialism. In the first major reassessment of Maurice's work for many years, Jeremy Morris argues that his importance above all lay in his thinking about the Christian Church, and about its social role. At a time when many people feared the collapse of Christianity and of social order, Maurice tried to show that Christians, despite their many differences, had
a responsibility to the whole of society. By appreciating the source and strength of each other's convictions, they could learn to work together to restore the authority of the Christian faith. It was
the Church of England's task in particular to bring its message of hope to the poor as well as the rich.
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