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The History of Oxford University Press: Volume IBeginnings to 1780$
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Ian Gadd

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199557318

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199557318.001.0001

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The Learned Press: Divinity

The Learned Press: Divinity

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(p.350) Chapter 11 The Learned Press: Divinity
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The History of Oxford University Press: Volume I
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William Poole

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199557318.003.0012

The majority of the officers of the Press and of the university were theologians, and although they were often widely read and actively involved in the research and teaching of other subjects, divinity remained a primary interest of the Delegates and theological works featured prominently in the publications of the Learned Press. These works included collections of sermons, systematic theology, polemic theology, some devotional material, polyglot and variorum texts and a few editions of the church fathers. Many of these works proved difficult to sell, and some were complicated by difficulties of production due to the unusual types required for printing and specialized readers needed for proofing. Throughout, the Press maintained a conservative Anglican outlook, upholding both theological and ecclesiastical orthodoxy in the midst of religious conflict.

Keywords:   high church, Anglicanism, Protestant, proofing, William Laud, Cyprian, John Fell, New Year Books, Delegates

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