KEBLE, John


KEBLE, John
(1792-1866)
   English TRACTARIAN leader and author of The Christian Year. In 1831 he was elected professor of poetry at Oxford. He became increasingly concerned about what he saw as the dangers threatening the CHURCH OF ENGLAND from the REFORMING and LIBERAL MOVEMENTS. On July 14, 1833, he preached a University sermon entitled "National Apostasy," from then on he took a leading part in the OXFORD MOVEMENT. In 1870 Keble College, Oxford, was founded in his memory.

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  • KEBLE, JOHN —    English clergyman, author of the Christian Year, born in Fairford, Gloucestershire; studied at Oxford, and became Fellow of Oriel College in 1811; in 1827 appeared the Christian Year, which he published anonymously; in 1831 was appointed… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • John Keble — (25 April 1792 – 29 March 1866) was an English churchman, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement, and gave his name to Keble College, Oxford. He was born in Fairford, Gloucestershire where his father, the Rev. John Keble, was Vicar of Coln St …   Wikipedia

  • John Keble — John Keble, né le 25 avril 1792 à Fairford (Gloucestershire, Grande Bretagne) et mort le 29 mars 1866, est un ecclésiastique anglais, poète et théologien, figure majeure du Mouvement d Oxford. Un poète anglican John Keble était le fils du… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Keble — John Keble John Keble (* 25. April 1792 in Fairford, Gloucestershire; † 29. März 1866 in Bournemouth) war ein anglikanischer Geistlicher und Dichter geistlicher Lieder. Leben Keble wurde nach dem Studium in Oxford dort zum Fellow am …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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