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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 12. The Romantic Revival.

XIII. The Growth of Liberal Theology.



Benn, A. W. The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century. 1906.
Conybeare, W. J. Article on Church Parties. Edinburgh Review. 1853. [This contains the first literary use of the term “Broad Church.” See New English Dictionary, s.v. “Broad,” and Storr’s Development of English Theology, p. 351, note.]
Cornish, F. W. Warre. History of the English Church in the Nineteenth Century. 1910.
Fairbairn, A. M. Christ in Modern Theology. 1893.
Hunt, J. Religious Thought in England in the Nineteenth Century. 1896.
Lecky, W. E. H. History of Rationalism in Europe. 1865.
Overton, J. H. The English Church in the Nineteenth Century, 1800–1833. 1894.
Rashdall, H. Doctrine and Development. 1898.
Robertson, J. M. A Short History of Freethought. 1906.
Stephen, Sir Leslie. History of English Thought in the Eighteenth Century. 2 vols. 1876.
Storr, V. F. The Development of English Thought in the Nineteenth Century, 1800–1860. 1913. [The fullest recent study of this period.]
Stoughton, J. History of Religion in England. Vols. VII and VIII. 1884.
Tuckwell, W. Pre-Tractarian Oxford: a Reminiscence of the Oriel Noetics. 1909.
Tulloch, J. Movements of Religious Thought in Britain during the Nineteenth Century. 1885.
Vaughan, J. Scottish Influence upon English Theological Thought. In The Contemporary Review. June, 1878.
White, A. D. A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology. 1896.


(A representative, not an exhaustive, list.)

Arnold, Thomas. The Christian Duty of conceding the Claims of the Roman Catholics. Oxford, 1829.
——Sermons. 3 vols. 1829–34.
——Principles of Church Reform. 1833.
——Two Sermons on the Interpretation of Prophecy, with Notes. 1839.
——Christian Life, its Course, etc. Sermons. 1841.
——Christian Life, its Hopes, etc. Sermons. 1842.
——Sermons, chiefly on the Interpretation of Scripture. 1845.
——Miscellaneous Works. 1845.
——Life and Correspondence of. Ed. Stanley, A. P. 1844.
——Essay on. In Essays Historical and Theological by Mozley, J. B. 1878.
——The Theology of. By Neander, J. A. W. English translation. 1846.
See, also, bibliography to Chapter XIV, post.
Aspland, Robert (1782–1845). Reflections upon the liberal spirit of the Apostles. Harlow, 1805.
——Causes of the slow progress of Christian truth. 1825.
——Sermons on various subjects. 1847.
——Memoirs of the Life, Works, and Correspondence of, by Aspland, R. B. 1850.
Belsham, Thomas (1750–1829). Discourses, doctrinal and practical. 2 vols. 1826–7.
Bray, Charles (1811–1884). The Philosophy of Necessity. 1841. 2nd edn., largely rewritten. 1861.
——Christianity viewed in the light of our present knowledge and moral sense. 1876.
——Phases of Opinion and Experience during a long life. 1884.
Bruce, Alexander Balmain (1831–1899). The Training of the Twelve. 1871.
——The Chief End of Revelation. 1881.
——The Parabolic Teaching of Christ. 1882.
——The Kingdom of God. 1889.
——St. Paul’s Conception of Christianity. 1894.
——The Providential Order of the World. 1897.
——The Moral Order of the World. 1899.
Caird, John (1820–1898). Fundamental Ideas of Christianity. With a Memoir by Caird, E. 1900.
Campbell, John McLeod. The whole Proceedings in the Case of the Rev. John MacLeod Campbell. 1831.
——Sermons and Lectures. 1832.
——The Nature of the Atonement. 1856.
——Thoughts on Revelation. 1862.
——Reminiscences and Reflections. 1873.
——Memorials of, ed. by Campbell, Donald. 1877.
Cassels, Walter Richard (1826–1907). Supernatural Religion. Vols. 1 and II. 1874. Vol. III. 1877. [Anonymous.]
Chambers, Robert (1802–1871). Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation. [Anonymous.] 1844.
Cheyne, Thomas Kelly (1841–1915). The Prophecies of Isaiah. 2 vols. 1880–1.
——The Origin and Religious Contents of the Psalter. 1891.
——Founders of Old Testament Criticism. 1894.
——(Joint editor) Encyclopaedia Biblica. 1899–1903.
Colenso, John William, bishop of Natal. Sermons. [Dedicated to F. D. Maurice.] 1853.
——The Epistle to the Romans, newly translated and explained from a missionary point of view. 1861.
——The Pentateuch and Book of Joshua critically examined. 7 parts. 1862–79.
——The Life of, by Cox, [Sir] G. W. 2 vols. 1888.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. F. J. A. Hort’s essay on. In Cambridge Essays. 1856.
——J. Martineau on. In Essays, Reviews and Addresses. Vol. 1.
See, also, bibliography to Chap. VI, Vol. XI.
Cox, Samuel (1826–93). Salvator Mundi. 1877.
Dale, Robert William (1829–1895). The Atonement. 1875.
——The Living Christ and the Four Gospels. 1890.
——The Life of, by Dale, A. W. W. 1898.
Davidson, Samuel (1806–1898). Lectures on Biblical Criticism. Edinburgh, 1839. Rewritten as A Treatise on Biblical Criticism. 1852.
——Introduction to the New Testament. 3 vols. 1848–51.
——The Text of the Old Testament considered … with a brief Introduction. 1856. [This publication led to a long controversy, and to Davidson’s resignation of his professorship in the Lancashire Independent College.]
——An Introduction to the Old Testament. 3 vols. 1862–3.
——The Canon of the Bible. 1877.
——The Doctrine of the Last Things. 1882.
——Autobiography and Diary of, with an Account of the Davidson controversy of 1857, by Picton, J. Allanson. 1899.
Davison, John (1777–1834). Discourses on Prophecy. 1824.
——An Inquiry into the Origin and Intent of Primitive Sacrifice. 1825.
——Remains and Occasional Publications. 1840.
Driver, Samuel Rolles (1846–1914). An Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament. 1897.
Drummond, Henry (1851–1897). Natural Law in the Spiritual World. 1883.
——The Ascent of Man. 1894.
Erskine, Thomas, of Linlathen. Remarks on the Internal Evidence for the Truth of Revealed Religion. 1820. French tr. 1822. German tr. 1825.
——An Essay on Faith. 1822.
——The Unconditional Freeness of the Gospel. 1828. New edn. 1870.
——The Brazen Serpent, or Life coming through Death. 1831. 2nd edn. 1846.
——The Doctrine of Election. 1837.
——The Spiritual Order, and other Papers. Edinburgh, 1871. [Posthumous.]
——True and False Religion. 1874.
——Letters of, ed. Hanna, W. 2 vols. 1877.
See, also, Shairp, J. C., Studies in Poetry and Philosophy, 4th edn. Edinburgh, 1886; and the writings of Scott, A. J. (1805–1866).
Essays and Reviews. (Temple, F., Williams, Rowland, Powell, Baden, Wilson, H. B., Goodwin, C. W., Pattison, Mark, Jowett, B.) 1860.
Ewing, Alexander (1814–1873), bishop of Argyll. Present Day Papers. [By himself, Maurice, F. D., Erskine, T., Myers, F. etc.] 1869–74.
——Revelation considered as Light. 1873.
Farrar, Frederic William (1831–1903). The Life of Christ. 1874.
——Eternal Hope. 1878.
Fellowes, Robert (1771–1847). (=Philalethes, A. M. Oxon.) A Picture of Christian Philosophy, or … Illustration of the character of Jesus. 1798.
——Religion without Cant. 1801.
——The Religion of the Universe. 1836.
Foster, John (1770–1843). Essays. 2 vols. 1805.
——Contributions, Biographical, Literary, and Philosophical, to the Eclectic Review. 2 vols. 1844.
——Life and Correspondence of, ed. Ryland, J. E. 2 vols. 1846.
Fox, William Johnson (1786–1864). Religious Ideas. 1849.
——Memorial edition of Collected Works. 12 vols. 1865–8.
Frend, William (1757–1841). Six Tracts in Vindication of the Worship of One God. 1789.
——Thoughts on Subscription to religious Tests. 1789.
——Peace and Union recommended. 1793.
——William. An Account of the Proceedings in the University of Cambridge against William Frend. 1793. A Sequel to the Account. 1795.
Geddes, Alexander (1737–1802). The Holy Bible … faithfully translated … with critical remarks. Vol. 1. 1792. Vol. II. 1797.
——Critical Remarks on the Hebrew Scriptures. 1800.
Green, Thomas Hill (1836–1882). The Witness of God, and Faith. Two Lay Sermons. 1883.
——Collected Works, ed. Nettleship, R. L. 1885–8.
Greg, William Rathbone (1809–1881). The Creed of Christendom: its foundations and superstructure. 1851.
——Enigmas of Life. 1872.
Hampden, Renn Dickson (1793–1868), bishop of Hereford. An Essay on the Philosophical Evidence of Christianity. 1827.
——The Scholastic Philosophy considered in its relation to Christian Theology. Bampton Lectures. 1833.
——Observations on Religious Dissent. 1834.
——A Lecture on Tradition. 1839.
Hampden, Renn Dickson. Sermons preached before the University of Oxford. 1848.
——The Fathers of Greek Philosophy. 1862.
——Some Memorials of, by his daughter, Hampden, Henrietta. 1871.
Hare, Augustus William (1792–1834). The Alton Sermons. 2 vols. 1837.
——(with his brother Julius). Guesses at Truth, by two Brothers. 1827.
Hare, Julius Charles (1795–1855). The Victory of Faith. 1840. 3rd edn., with introductory notices by Maurice, F. D. and Stanley, A. P. 1874.
——Sermons preacht in Herstmonceux Church. 2 vols. 1841–9.
——The Mission of the Comforter. 2 vols. 1846.
——John Sterling, Essays and Tales, with Memoir. 1848.
Hatch, Edwin (1835–1889). The Organisation of the early Christian Churches. Bampton Lectures. 1881. Translated into German by Harnack, A., 1883.
——The Growth of Church Institutions. 1887.
——Greek Influence on Christianity, ed. Fairbairn, A. M. 1890.
Heber, Reginald (1783–1826), bishop of Calcutta. The Personality and Office of the Christian Comforter. Bampton Lectures. 1816.
Hennell, Charles Christian (1809–1850). An Inquiry concerning the Origin of Christianity. 1838. German translation, with preface by Strauss, 1839.
——Christian Theism. 1839.
Hinton, James (1822–1875). The Mystery of Pain. 1866 ff.
——Philosophy and Religion. 1881.
——The Law Breakers and the Coming of the Law. 1884.
——The Life and Letters of, ed. Hopkins, Ellice. 1878. 4th edn. 1882.
Horne, George (1730–1792), bishop of Norwich. Commentary on the Psalms. 1776.
Hort, Fenton John Anthony (1828–1892). Two Dissertations. 1876.
——(with Westcott, B. F.). The New Testament in the Original Greek. The Text revised. (The Introduction entirely by Hort.) 1881.
——The Way The Truth The Life. (Hulsean Lectures, 1871.) 1893.
——Judaistic Christianity. 1894.
——The Christian Ecclesia. 1897.
Hutton, Richard Holt (1826–1897). Essays, Theological and Literary. 2 vols. 1871.
——Essays on some of the modern Guides of English Thought in matters of Faith. 1887.
——Aspects of Religious and Scientific Thought. 1899.
Jortin, John (1698–1770). Remarks on Ecclesiastical History. 1751–4.
——The Life of Erasmus. 1758. 2nd vol. 1760.
——Sermons and Charges. 7 vols. 1771–2.
Jowett, Benjamin (1817–1893). St. Paul’s Epistles to the Thessalonians, Galatians, and Romans. Commentary with Essays and Dissertations. 2 vols. 1855. 3rd edn. by Campbell, Lewis. 1894.
——College Sermons, ed. Fremantle, W. H. 1895.
——Sermons, Biographical and Miscellaneous. 1899.
——Sermons on Faith and Doctrine. 1901.
——Select passages from the Theological Writings of. [Includes some hitherto unprinted fragments.] 1902.
See, also, post, bibliography to Chapter XV, and Stephen, Leslie, Studies of a Biographer, vol. II, 1898.
Kingsley, Charles (1819–1875). Sermons on National Subjects. 2 Series. 1852–4.
——Sermons for the Times. 1855.
——Town and Country Sermons. 1861.
——What, then, does Dr. Newman mean? [This produced Newman’s Apologia.] 1864.
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See, also, bibliography in Volume XIII.
Lightfoot, Joseph Barber (1828–1889), bishop of Durham. Recent editions of St. Paul’s Epistles. In Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology. March, 1856. [Deals chiefly with Stanley’s and Jowett’s editions.]
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——St. Paul’s Epistles to the Colossians and to Philemon. 1875.
——Essays on the Work entitled “Supernatural Religion.” 1889.
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Lowth, Robert (1710–1787), bishop of London. Praelectiones de Sacra Poesi Hebraeorum. 1753. Translated into English by Gregory, as Lectures on Hebrew Poetry, with notes by Michaelis, J. D. 1793. German translation, 1793.
Mackay, Robert William (1803–1882). The Progress of the Intellect, as exemplified in the Religious Development of the Greeks and Hebrews. 2 vols. 1850.
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Marsh, Herbert (1757–1839), bishop of Peterborough. A dissertation on the origin and composition of our three first canonical Gospels. 1801.
Martineau, James (1805–1900), Types of Ethical Theory. 2 vols. 1885.
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——What is Revelation? [With letters on Mansel’s Bampton Lectures.] 1859.
——The Gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven. 1864.
——The Conscience, Lectures on Casuistry. 1868.
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