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  1. Sermons for the Sundays after Trinity (Keble, John, 1792-1866. Sermons for the Christian year) by John Keble, 1878
  2. Christian Year by John (1792-1866) Keble, 2010-01-01
  3. Autograph Letter Signed by John (1792 - 1866) Keble, 1851-01-01
  4. Correspondence Of John Henry Newman With John Keble And Others, 1839-1845 by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  5. Correspondence Of John Henry Newman With John Keble And Others, 1839-1845 by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  6. The first edition of Keble's Christian year: being a facsimile of the editio princeps published in 1827 Volume 2 by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  7. The first edition of Keble's Christian year: being a facsimile of the editio princeps published in 1827 Volume 1 by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  8. Village Sermons On The Baptismal Service by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  9. The Christian Year by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-10-15
  10. Sermons For Ascension Day To Trinity Sunday by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  11. National Apostasy Considered: In A Sermon Preached In St. Mary's, Oxford, Before His Majesty's Judges Of Assize, On Sunday, July 14, 1833 by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26
  12. The Christian Year by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-10-15
  13. Remains of the late Reverend Richard Hurrell Froude Volume v.1 by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-10-14
  14. Lyra Innocentium: Thoughts In Verse On Christian Children, Their Ways And Their Privileges by Keble John 1792-1866, 2010-09-26

1. Keble, John. Papers.
Biography; description of four letters in the library.

Papers, 1841-1866. MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 096
EXTENT: .01 cubic ft. (1 folder) ACCESS: Unrestricted REPRODUCTION: All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction. CITATION: John Keble Papers, MSS 096, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University. Biographical Note John Keble was a prominent Anglican theologian and poet. He was born on April 25, 1792 in Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of John and Sarah (Maule) Keble and had one brother and two sisters. Keble and his younger brother, Thomas, were educated at home by their father, a former scholar and fellow at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. In 1806, Keble earned a scholarship to Corpus Christi College. Then, in 1811, after earning double first-class honors in Classics and Mathematics, he was elected to a fellowship at Oriel College, Oxford. In 1812 Keble won both the Latin and English essay prizes. He was ordained by the Bishop of Oxford as a Deacon in 1815 and as a priest in 1816. Between 1813 and 1823 he held a series of positions at Oxford including: examiner, public examiner responsions and college tutor at Oriel. In May 1823, on the death of his mother, he resigned his position to live with his family in Fairford. Keble's July 14, 1833 sermon on the "National Apostasy" is considered the beginning of the Oxford Movement. In 1835, following the death of his father, Keble married Charlotte Clarke. The following year, he again accepted the curacy at Hursley. In 1838 Keble, Edward Bouverie Pusey (Mss. 64), John Henry Newman (Mss. 100) and Charles Marriott began work as joint editors on The Library of the Fathers. Keble's contribution to the work included the translation of the works of St. Irenaeus and revisions of several other translations. From 1833 to 1841 Keble, together with Pusey, Newman and others issued Tracts for the Times. Of the 90 tracts issued, Keble wrote seven himself and assisted in the writing of others.

2. John Keble - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Of Keble, John Cousins says, in the 1910 A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature The literary position of Keble must mainly rest upon The Christian Year, the object
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The Hermitage Hotel, Bournemouth Hampshire England Church Church of England John Keble (25 April 1792 – 29 March 1866) was an English churchman and poet, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement , and gave his name to Keble College, Oxford

3. The Christian Year / Keble, John, 1792-1866
The Christian Year / Keble, John, 17921866

4. Keble, John - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Keble, John
Anglican priest and religious poet. His sermon on the decline of religious faith in Britain, preached in 1833, heralded the start of the Oxford Movement, a Catholic revival in the, John

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Keble, John (17921866). Credited with launching the Oxford movement with his Assize Sermon of 1833, which was provoked by the moderate reform of the Irish Church

6. John Keble, Priest, Poet, Renewer Of The Church
(Falls during Holy Week this year. Suggested use Fri 14 March.) John Keble, born 1792, ordained Priest in 1816, tutor at Oxford from 1818 to 1823, published in 1827 a book of poems called The Christian Year, containing poems for the Sundays and Feast Days of the Church Year. The book sold many copies, and was highly effective in spreading Keble's devotional and theological views. His style was more popular then than now, but some of his poems are still in use as hymns, such the three beginning: New every morning is the love Our waking and uprising prove, Through sleep and darkness safely brought, Restored to life and power and thought. Sun of my soul, thou Savior dear, It is not night if thou be near. Oh, may no earthborn cloud arise To hide thee from thy servant's eyes. Blest are the pure in heart, For they shall see our God. The secret of the Lord is theirs; Their soul is Christ's abode. He was Professor of Poetry at Oxford from 1831 to 1841, and from 1836 until his death thirty years later he was priest of a small parish in the village of Hursley near Winchester. On 14 July 1833, he preached the Assize Sermon at Oxford. (This sermon marks the opening of a term of the civil and criminal courts, and is officially addressed to the judges and officers of the court, exhorting them to deal justly.) His sermon was called "National Apostasy," and denounced the Nation for turning away from God, and for regarding the Church as a mere institution of society, rather than as the prophetic voice of God, commissioned by Him to warn and instruct the people. The sermon was a nationwide sensation, and is considered to be the beginning of the religious revival known as the Tractarian Movement (so called because of a series of 90 Tracts, or pamphlets addressed to the public, which largely influenced the course of the movement) or as the Oxford Movement (not to be confused with the Oxford Group led by Frank Buchman and also called Moral Re-Armament, or

7. Keble John Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online Library
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8. MusicMoz - Religious: Christian: Hymns: Authors And Composers: Keble, John
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9. Modern History Sourcebook:  Tracts For The Times 4: Adherence To The Apostolica
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Adherence to the Apostolical Succession the safest course. On Alterations in the Prayer-book, 1833
[by John Keble]
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WE who believe the Nicene Creed, must acknowledge it a high privilege, that we belong to the Apostolic Church. How is it that so many of us are, almost avowedly, so cold and indifferent in our thoughts of this privilege? Is it because the very idea is in itself overstrained and fanciful, apt perhaps to lay strong hold on a few ardent minds, but little in accordance with the general feelings of mankind ? Surely not. The notion of a propagated commission is as simple and intelligible in itself, as can well be, is acted on daily in civil matters (the administration of trust property, for example), and has found a most ready, sometimes an enthusiastic, acceptance, in those many nations of the world, which have submitted, and are submitting themselves to sacerdotal castes, elective or hereditary. " Priests self-elected, or appointed by the State," is rather the idea which startles ordinary thinkers, not "Priests commissioned, successively, from heaven." Or is our languor rather to be accounted for by the want of express scriptural encouragement to the notion of a divine ministerial commission? Nay, Scripture, at first sight, is express, whether we take the analogy of the Old Testament, the words of our LORD, or the practice of His Apostles. The primitive Christians read it accordingly, and cherished, with all affectionate reverence, the privilege which they thought they found there. Why are we so unlike them?

10. Keble, John - Definition Of Keble, John By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. John Keble English clergyman who (with John Henry Newman and Edward Pusey) founded the Oxford movement (1792-1866), John

11. Biography Of John Keble | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
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John Keble - (1792-1866), Anglican minister, co-leader of the Oxford Movement
Keble's early career centered in Oxford University. After compiling a brilliant undergraduate record, he became a tutor of Oriel College. Keble gained fame first as the author of what became a nineteenth-century devotional classic, The Christian Year (1827). His hymn verses, such as "Sun of My Soul, Thou Savior Dear," based on a Scripture passage from each day in the Church of England lectionary, won approval from evangelicals and other Christians.
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12. Open Site - Arts: Literature: Authors: K: Keble, John
Biography KEBLE, JOHN (17921866). —Poet and divine, s. of the Rev. John K., Vicar of Coln St. Aldwyn's, Gloucestershire, b. at Fairford in the same county, ed. by his f. and,_John

13. Theology Today John Keble; A Study In Limitations
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14. Keble, John Definition Of Keble, John In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Keble, John (kē`bəl), 1792–1866, English clergyman and poet. His career (1807–11) at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, was one of unusual distinction., John

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16. The Princeton Review. / Volume 41, Issue 3
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Keble, John 17921866; Eng. Anglican clergyman poet a founder of the Oxford movement

18. The Church Prayer-Book A Safe Guide
Etext of essay attributed to John Keble.

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Biography and hymns of John Keble (17921866) Ap ril 25, 1792, Fair ford, Glou ces ter shire, Eng land. Died March 29, 1866, Bourne mouth, Hamp shire, En gland.
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  • Bethlehem, above All Cities Blest Blest Are the Pure in Heart Christ Before Thy Door Is Waiting Creator Savor, Strengthening Guide Father, What Treasures of Sweet Thought From Deeps So Wild and Drear God Is Not in the Earthquake, but Behold God Our Hope and Strength Abiding God, the Lord, a King Remaineth Gracious Savior, Gentle Shepherd Hail, Gladdening Light How Pleasant, Lord of Hosts, How Dear How the Newborn Saints, Assembling In Troublous Days of Anguish and Rebuke Lessons Sweet of Spring Returning Living Stream, as Crystal Clear, A Lo, from the Eastern Hills the Lord Lord, Be My Judge, for I Have Trod Lord, in Thy Name Thy Servants Plead Lord, Lift My Heart to Thee at Morn Lord of Life, Prophetic Spirit Lord, Thy Heart in Love Hath Yearned Lord, Thou Hast Searched Me Out and Known
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