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  Edward Bouverie Pusey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edward Bouverie Pusey (August 22, 1800 - September 16, 1882), was an English churchman, and one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement.
Pusey is chiefly remembered as the eponymous representative of the earlier phase of a movement which carried with it no small part of the religious life of England in the latter half of the 19th century.
Pusey's elder brother, Philip Pusey (1799-1855), was a member of parliament and a friend and follower of Sir Robert Peel, He was one of the founders of the Royal Agricultural Society, and was chairman of the implement department of the Great Exhibition of 1851.
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey - LoveToKnow Watches
EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY (1800-1882), English divine, was born at Pusey near Oxford on the 22nd of August 1800.
With this revival of ceremonial Pusey had little sympathy: he at first protested against it (in a university sermon in 1859); and, though he came to defend those who were accused of breaking the law in their practice of it, he did so on the express ground that their practice was alien to his own.
Pusey's elder brother, PHILIP PUSEY (1799-1855), was a member of parliament and a friend and follower of Sir Robert Peel.
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 Pusey House, Oxford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It was also intended to continue the work of Dr. Pusey in "restoring the Church of England's Catholic life and witness".
Pusey House is located in St Giles' in central Oxford.
In 1981 the entire site of Pusey House, excluding the chapel, was granted to St Cross College on a 999 year lease.
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey
Edward Bouverie Pusey (August 22, 1800 - September 16, 1882), English divine, was born at Pusey near Oxford.
The misunderstanding of his position led to the publication in 1831 a second part of Pusey's Historical Enquiry, in which he denied the charge of rationalism.
See J Rigg, Character and Life-Work of Dr Pusey (1883); BW Savile, Dr Pusey, an Historic Sketch, with Some Account of the Oxford Movement (1883), and especially the Life by Canon Liddon, completed by JC Johnston and RJ Wilson (5 vols, 1893-1899), Newman's Apologia, and other literature of the Oxford Movement.
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Pusey was a member of parliament and one of the founders of the Royal Agricultural Society of England in 1840, serving as the first editor of the society’s journal.
Edward Bouverie Pusey was born on August 22, 1800 and was the second child of Philip Pusey (1748-1828) and Lucy Sherard.
Edward Bouverie Pusey died on September 14, 1882 at Ascot Priory in Berkshire, and was buried at Oxford.
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 Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey
EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY was born at Pusey House in Berkshire, on Friday, the 22nd of August 1800.
Pusey was at last persuaded that even to think of losing his mind was to lose trust in God; that to read for his degree was at once an immediate duty and an opportune distraction; and that if he would only wait and hope, matters might even yet be better with him.
Edward Pusey's name appears in the first class with those of Edward Denison, afterwards Bishop of Salisbury, and of Richard Creswell, whom Oxford still remembers as one of the most learned and kindly of her older residents.
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 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Pusey, Edward Bouverie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
PUSEY, EDWARD BOUVERIE [Pusey, Edward Bouverie], 1800-1882, English clergyman, leader in the Oxford movement.
Having studied at Christ Church College, Oxford, Pusey was elected a fellow of Oriel College (1823) and thus became associated with John Keble, John Henry Newman, and their group.
From 1836, Pusey was editor of the influential Library of Fathers and contributed several studies of patristic works.
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey Biography / Biography of Edward Bouverie Pusey Religion Biography
PUSEY, EDWARD BOUVERIE (1800–1882), along with John Keble and John Henry (later Cardinal) Newman, a leader of the Oxford Movement (sometimes called Tractarianism), a high church development in the Church of England that flourished between 1833 and 1845.
Pusey was educated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford, and was a fellow at Oriel before becoming regius professor of Hebrew and canon of Christ Church.
Pusey was among the first English scholars to become acquainted with the modern critical approach to scripture emerging in Germany, but throughout this exposure he maintained a quite conservative posture.
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey
EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY was born on August 22, 1800, being the son of a Berkshire squire, and the grandson of the first Viscount Folkestone.
Pusey was a host in himself; he was able to give a name, a form, and a personality to what was without him a sort of mob.' And, again, 'He was a man of large designs; he had a hopeful, sanguine mind; he had no fear of others; he was haunted by no intellectual perplexities.
The story of Dr. Pusey's life is the story of the Oxford Movement during the greater part of the nineteenth century, and to tell it even in outline is impossible within the scope of this little booklet.
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Pusey was ordained deacon on June 1, 1828, and priest on Nov. 23, 1828.
Pusey became the leader of the Tractarian or Oxford movement when Newman joined the Roman Catholic Church in 1845.
Pusey established the first Anglican sisterhood since the Reformation, the Sisterhood of the Holy Cross, in 1845.
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 Biography of Edward Bouverie Pusey | Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey
The English clergyman and scholar Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-1882) was one of the major figures of the Oxford Movement, which began at Oxford in 1833 to overcome the dangers threatening the Church of England.Edward Pusey's lineage was noble.
His father had inherited the estate of Pusey, in Berkshire, where Edward was born on Aug. 22, 1800.
Further Reading The basic biography of Pusey is Henry P. Liddon, Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey, D.D..
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 Edward B Pusey and Companions, Renewers of the Church
Edward B Pusey and Companions, Renewers of the Church
One disciple of Pusey was R M Benson, the founder of the Society of St John the Evangelist.
Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800--16 September 1882) was competent in Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, and was Regius Professor of Hebrew at Oxford, and a canon of Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford, from 1828 until his death.
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 Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey
Pusey's analysis of it is painsÆtaking and apparently exhaustive but it is without plan or method, although abounding in interesting reflections of his own.
Pusey often spoke in later life of his intercourse with Schleiermacher and would describe him as a man of great earnestness and genius, who was feeling his way back from rationalism towards positive truth.
Although Pusey came to think that Hengstenberg's judgÆment was at times seriously at fault, even in his great work on the 'Christology of the Old Testament,' he would refer to him, together with Tholuck, as perhaps the most believing of the German minds with which he had come into close contact.
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 Professionally wirtten biography of Edward Bouverie Pusey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Pusey died at Ascot Priory, Berkshire, on Sept. 16, 1882.
A brief panegyric by Charles C. Grafton, Pusey and the Church Revival (1902), is useful as an explication of Anglo-Catholic theology.
Newman's comments on Pusey are in his famous autobiography, Apologia pro vita sua (1864).
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey
Life of Edward Bouverie Pusey, by Henry Liddon and J. Johnston.
Edward Bouverie Pusey, Doctor and Confessor of the Catholic Church.
Eleven Addresses during a Retreat of the Companions of the Love of Jesus, engaged in perpetual intercession for the conversion of sinners.
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Edward Pusey
Edward Bouverie Pusey, the youngest son of Philip and Lucy Pusey, was born at Pusey, Berkshire, on 22 August 1800.
For the rest of his life Pusey was fond of referring to Higher Criticism as “fanaticism”, and of warning against the damage the intellect might do to a person and his or her religion:
At that time, Pusey, who had also studied oriental languages in Germany, already held the chair of Regius Professor of Hebrew (since 1829, the year in which he was ordained as well).
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 AllRefer.com - Edward Bouverie Pusey (Protestant Christianity, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Edward Bouverie Pusey[pyOO´zE] Pronunciation Key, 1800–1882, English clergyman, leader in the Oxford movement.
He studied theology and Semitic languages at GOttingen and Berlin and then wrote (1828–30) a critical history of German theology; however, the work was misunderstood as a defense of German rationalism, and Pusey later withdrew it.
His Eirenicon (3 parts, 1865–70), an endeavor to find some ground for reuniting Roman Catholicism and the Church of England, was answered by Cardinal Newman and generated considerable controversy.
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We may also note that Pusey was originally somewhat on the sidelines of the Oxford movement, left there for having chastised Newman for being too hard on the evangelicals, whom he preferred to conciliate.
Pusey held his course, salvaging much of value which might have been discredited and lost in reaction to Newman's defection.
Pusey himself always spoke of the restored sisterhoods, and he hoped eventually brotherhoods, as having the purpose of making the gospel real and visible in new places and new ways to all ground up by or lost in sin.
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey Biography / Biography of Edward Bouverie Pusey Literary Biography
Edward Bouverie Pusey was second only to John Henry Newman as a leader of the Tractarian, or Oxford, Movement in the Church of England, a movement that began on 14 July 1833, when John Keble, professor of poetry, preached his Assize Sermon, titled "National Apostasy," at St. Mary's Church, Oxford.
In 1834, Pusey joined the Oxford Movement by writing Tract 18, Thoughts on the Benefits of the System of Fasting, Enjoined by Our Church, the first of the movement's Tracts for the Times to bear the signature of its author.
Pusey's importance as a Tractarian is, in part, reflected by the fact that the movement
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey
When King Henry died and Edward succeeded him, they chanted the Psalms in English as part of Morning and Evening Prayer, as found in the Book of Common Prayer.
For example: One disciple of Pusey was R M Benson, the founder of the ociety of St John the Evangelist.
The leaders of the Tractarian Movement were Richard Hurrell Froude, John Keble, Keble, Pusey, and John Henry Newman, all fellows of Oriel College, Oxford.
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 New Catholic Dictionary: Edward Bouverie Pusey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Born on 22 August 1800 at Pusey House, Berkshire, England; died on 16 September 1882 at Ascot Priory.
The son of Philip Bouverie of Pusey, he assumed the name of the manor upon his succession.
Educated at Eton and Oxford, Pusey took high rank as a scholar, and in 1828 was appointed Regius Professor of Hebrew and Canon of Christ Church.
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deal of sympathy with the German " pietists," who had striven to deliver Protestantism from its decadence; this sympathy was misunderstood, and Pusey was himself accused of holding rationalist views.
bear his name: it was popularly known as Puseyism (sometimes as Newmania) and its adherents as Puseyites.
With this revival of ceremonial Pusey had little sympathy: he at first protested against it (in a university sermon in 1859) ; and, though he came to defend those who were accused of breaking the See also:
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey Biography / Biography of Edward Bouverie Pusey Main Biography
The English clergyman and scholar Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-1882) was one of the major figures of the Oxford Movement, which began at Oxford in 1833 to overcome the dangers threatening the Church of England.
He won a first-class degree at Christ Church, Oxford, and then in 1823 was elected a fellow of Oriel College, where he met John Keble and John Henry Newman.
Pusey then determined "to devote my life to the Old Testament," and he studied theology and Semitic languages at the universities of Göttingen and Berlin between 1826 and 1828.
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 Edward Bouverie Pusey
Pusey becomes active as leader of the Oxford Movement.
Died and was buried in the cathedral at Oxford
Pusey, Church Reform, and Trollope's Clergymen of the Church of England
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 Pusey, Edward Bouverie - ENCYCLOPEDIA - The History Channel UK
Pusey, Edward Bouverie, 1800-1882, English clergyman, leader in the Oxford movement
Having studied at Christ Church College, Oxford, Pusey was elected a fellow of Oriel College (1823) and thus became associated with John Keble
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