Huguenots were also said in other terms Calvinist. Huguenot was called as French Protestants ). Eldest son of John Newman (banker) and Jemima Fourdrinier(which was a Huguenot.Was born in London February 21 1801.
. dreamy . As a young boy Newman had a taste for the mysterious. reticent. and the occult(not to apprehend with the mind). These are the sensations of the unreality is identified as one hallmark of a true Platonist.Self-willed.and physically delicate although never sickly.
.Platonist-µ especially insofar as it asserts ideal forms as an absolute and eternal reality of which the phenomena of the world are an imperfect and transitory reflection.
but how plausible(seemingly valid)µ
. He also read about Hume·s essay Some French verses about denying the immortality of the soul -µ How dreadful .Age 14 we can find him reading Tom Paine·s essay.
At the age of 15 he started to read Evangelical divines. At 16 he has already acquired a theological mentality .
. and has adopted the idea of celibacy(the state of being unmarried).
That began his journey in the career for holy orders. After getting the Scholarship he became overworked which resulted to failure in his school.
.Summed up to be enthusiastically devoted to his studies thus earning him a scholarship in Trinity.
He also discovered the freshness and the honesty of the early Church
.Here he found some certain representatives from the Anglican Church that began his interest in the Fathers of the Church.
This conception drew with it the sense of ecclesiastical continuity. though divided into national and other sections. bound together by a spiritual but absolute unity.Oxford Movement"The conception which lay at its base. "was that of the Holy Catholic Church as a visible body upon earth." according to the Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline. 1906. and of the importance of the Fathers as guides and teachers
. of the intimate and unbroken connection between the primitive Church and the Church of England.
It also tended to emphasize points of communion between those different branches of the Church.. which recognize the doctrine or fact of Apostolic Succession
. and if I am asked why I believe in a God. for I feel it impossible to believe in my own existence (and of that fact I am quite sure) without believing also in the existence of him. I answer that it is because I believe in myself. A religious mind is ever marveling. who lives as a Personal.I AM A CATHOLIC by virtue of my believing in a God... All-judging Being in my conscience . and irreligious men laugh and scoff at it because it marvels.
they like to remain at home.
. is ever pondering God's words.A religious mind is ever looking out of itself. when they hear of mysteries. they have no devout curiosity to go and see the great sight. Carnal and proud minds are contented with self. is ever realizing to itself him on whom it depends. though it be ever so little out of their way. and when it actually falls in their path. they stumble at it. is ever "looking into" them with the angels. and who is the center of all truth and good.
so great is the difference between him who believes in the Christian mysteries and him who does not. lifting up the heart to God.As great then as is the difference between hanging upon the thought of God and resting in ourselves. exalting God and exalting reason. and bringing all things in heaven and earth down to ourselves. measuring things by God's power and measuring them by our own ignorance.
making us reverent. making us expectant and devout. surely this would be more than a sufficient one. of raising us. refining us.And were there no other reason for the revelation of them but this gracious one.
A Grammar Of assent Apologia Pro Vita Sua
Due to his Platonic influence Newman led to the conviction that ´two and two only absolutely and luminously self-evident beings. myself and my Creatorµ
. memories . but by the ´whole manµ ´The whole man-meaning his feelings .The central argument was that ´assent or belief is arrived at not primarily through logic or demonstration.
This contained both actions and feelings. Here he focuses on himself or as he said ´What has gone on within meµ. Does Dr. Newman Mean?µ He defended with passion from his experience.
. Then.This was a response to Kingsley·s Pamplet: ´What. He focuses on his inner mind.
.Newman died on August 11.
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´To live is to grow and to grow is to changeµ