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ON THE THEORY OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF,
PREACHED BEFORE THE
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.
JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, B.D.
FELLOW OF ORIEL COLLEGE.
& J. H. PARKER, OXFORD.
Of the following Sermons, the First and Fifth were preached by the Author in Vice-Chancellor's Preaching Turns; the Second in his own; the Third, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth, in his turns as Select Preacher.
The Six which close the Volume, since 1832, were preached on such casual opportunities as the kindness of private friends bas afforded him.
Though he has employed himself for the most part in discussing portions of one and the same subject, yet he need scarcely say, that his Volume bas not the method, completeness, or scientific exactness in the use of language, which are necessary for a formal Treatise upon it; nor, indeed, was such an undertaking compatible with the nature and circumstances of the composition.
Littlemore, Feb. 4, 1843.
THE PHILOSOPHICAL TEMPER, FIRST ENJOINED BY
Preached July 2, 1826, Act Sunday.
John viii. 12.
world . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
THE INFLUENCE OF NATURAL AND REVEALED RELIGION
Preached on Easter Tuesday, April 13, 1830.
1 John i. 1–3.
we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and