Puzo Edward Bouverot (Pusey Edward Bouverie)( English theologian and leader of the Oxford Movement)
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Biography Puzo Edward Bouverot (Pusey Edward Bouverie)
August 22, 1800 in Puzo (near Oxford). In 1818 he entered Christ Church College, Oxford, in 1823 became a teacher of Oriel College at the same university, and in 1824 went to Germany, where he studied Oriental languages and became acquainted with the methods of biblical criticism. In 1828 Puzo returned to Oxford, where he became a professor at Queen's Chair (regius professor) and the language of the Jewish canon of Christ Church College. Puzo was interested in the publication of the treatise for our time (Tracts for the Times; cm. TRAKTARIANSKOE MOVEMENT), the first material, which he published in this series, was devoted to the post. His methodical approach, . is to improve the spiritual life through the sacraments and discipline, . caused a sharp disapproval of the university authorities, . and for the preaching of the Holy Eucharist - a comfort to a repentant sinner (The Holy Eucharist a Comfort to the Penitent) he was sentenced without trial and barred from preaching at the university for two years,
After treatment of John Newman to Catholicism (1845) Leading role Puzo had no one in doubt, and the English language was enriched by terms such as 'pyuziizm' and 'Puzo'. In sermons and speeches were raised religious questions and explain the nature of sectarian disputes. Among his works - The doctrine of the real presence [of Christ in the Eucharist] (The Doctrine of the Real Presence, 1856). Along with Newman, he began to publish the Library of the Church Fathers. The main scientific work Puzo, commentary Minor Prophets (The Minor Prophets), is an impassioned apologia for fundamentalism. Richly documented biography Puzo, written by GP Liddonom, is one of the major authoritative sources on the history of the Anglican Church in the 19. Puzo House (House-Museum Puzo) in Oxford, was opened two years after his death, which followed September 16, 1882.