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Alfred Loisy - His Religious Significance

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Alfred Loisy was a French Roman Catholic Priest, Professor and Theologian who became the intellectual standard bearer for Biblical Modernism in the Roman Catholic Church.

Alfred Loisy died in June 1940, a little before the date of the surrender of France. This is a memoir by Miss Maude Petre, written since his death.

It was ever Loisy's grief that his work in historical criticism proved unacceptable to the Catholic Church. In this study of religious significance Miss Petre was writing as a Catholic and as a devoted friend of a man of whom her Church has rejected.

In good condition. DJ has some foxing and is fading, also slight soiled. Red cloth board cover which has slight bumping to spine and corners. Pages within have slight foxing. FFEP has a stuck down ex-library sticker. Binding is tight.

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Author(s):
Petre, M.D
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
7.5inches x 5.25inches
Edition:
1944
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
129
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press 1944
Title:
Alfred Loisy - His Religious Significance

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Alfred Loisy was a French Roman Catholic Priest, Professor and Theologian who became the intellectual standard bearer for Biblical Modernism in the Roman Catholic Church.

Alfred Loisy died in June 1940, a little before the date of the surrender of France. This is a memoir by Miss Maude Petre, written since his death.

It was ever Loisy's grief that his work in historical criticism proved unacceptable to the Catholic Church. In this study of religious significance Miss Petre was writing as a Catholic and as a devoted friend of a man of whom her Church has rejected.

In good condition. DJ has some foxing and is fading, also slight soiled. Red cloth board cover which has slight bumping to spine and corners. Pages within have slight foxing. FFEP has a stuck down ex-library sticker. Binding is tight.

Author(s):
Petre, M.D
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
7.5inches x 5.25inches
Edition:
1944
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
129
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press 1944
Title:
Alfred Loisy - His Religious Significance

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