Definition of Edward Bouverie Pusey
1. Noun. English theologian who (with John Henry Newman and John Keble) founded the Oxford movement (1800-1882).
Generic synonyms: Theologian, Theologiser, Theologist, Theologizer
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1. Five Tomes Against Nestoriusby Cyril by Cyril (1881)
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2. The Household of Faith: Portraits and Essays by George W[illiam] E[rskine] Russell (1903)
"Edward Bouverie Pusey was born on August 22, 1800. ... In 1812 Edward Bouverie Pusey went to Eton ; from 1 A lecture delivered at St. Margaret Pattens, ..."
3. The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature by Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond (1894)
"Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey, Doctor of Divinity, Canon of Christ Church, Regius Professor of Hebrew in the University of Oxford. By Henry Parry Liddon, ..."
4. The Treasury of David: Containing an Original Exposition of the Book of by Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1882)
"... and expect none of their own.—James G, Murphy. the soul, and make it dull, stupid, hard-hearted.—Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800—), in " The Minor ..."