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The Cambridge Apostles

by Frances M. Brookfield

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Higher,
  • Education / Higher,
  • Adult & Continuing Education,
  • Education,
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  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9541257M
    ISBN 101432638092
    ISBN 109781432638092

      Buy The Cambridge Apostles: The Early Years 1 by Allen, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peter Allen.   In his book, The Enigma Spy, published posthumously, he distanced himself from the other members of the Cambridge Ring whom he regarded as .

      Cambridge Apostles The Cambridge Apostles (aka the Cambridge Conversazione Society) is an elite intellectual secret society of Cambridge University, founded in by George Tomlinson, who became the Bishop of Gibraltar. The society allegedly takes its name from the tongue-in-cheek idea that its members are the 12 cleverest students at Cambridge. apostle meaning: 1. someone who strongly supports a particular belief or political movement: 2. the group of early. Learn more.

    Cambridge Apostles. 84 likes. The Cambridge Apostles is an intellectual society at the University of Cambridge founded in by George Tomlinson, a. This book is a full-scale study of the world's most famous secret society, the Cambridge "Apostles." It shows how the Apostles recruited their members, examines their intellectual preoccupations, and studies the careers of such figures as F. D. Maurice, Lytton Strachey and John Maynard Keynes by tracing the participation of the Apostles in politics, letters, and liberal reform in the Price: $


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Interest in The Apostles, a secretive club of Cambridge University dons and undergraduates, was aroused after the exposure of Anthony Blunt as leader of a Soviet spy ring that included Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean (who defected to the Soviet Union in ) and also the infamous H.A.R.

(Kim) Philby/5(7). Peter Allen explores the history of the Cambridge Apostles, a secret club that has played an influential role in the development of the British intelligentsia.

He traces the origins and early history particular the years just before the first Reform Bill when the central figures among the Apostles were F. Maurice, Arthur Hallam and Alfred Cited by:   With the vague sense that this book would appeal to my fondness for arcane academic history, my brother gave me this last Christmas.

Well, he was right The Cambridge Apostles is a secret debate society, founded in the early nineteenth century and continuing up to this day. Although the active membership of the group has always been small—twelve or even less—the society has included a /5. In the Appendix of W C Lubenow´s Book "The Cambridge Apostles -Cambridgewe find a biographical directory (p - ) with the names of all Apostles til Leslie Stephen is not mentioned.

Hans-Günter Semsek, Cologne/Germany Thanks, Hans-Günter, I've removed him. SlimVirgin24 March (UTC) Membership list. The Apostles is a secret society of Cambridge University members that meets to discuss and debate such topics as truth, God, and ethics.

The group, also known as the Cambridge Conversazione Society, was founded in by George Tomlinson. The Apostles is a secret society of Cambridge University members that meets to discuss and debate such topics as truth, God, and ethics.

The group, also known as the Cambridge Conversazione. Founded inthe Cambridge Conversazione Society has become better known as The Apostles'' from the fact that its 12 founder-members were evangelical clergymen.

Although it became a secret organ. "The Cambridge Apostles"--many Americans became aware of this venerable semi-secret society of Cambridge University only during the s, when many of the British elite then being exposed as long.

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This book offers a highly engaging history of the world's most famous secret society, the Cambridge 'Apostles', based upon the lives, careers and correspondence of the Apostles elected to the Cambridge Conversazione Society between and It examines the way in which the Apostles recruited their membership, the Society's discussions and its intellectual preoccupations.

The Cambridge Apostles: The Early Years by Allen, Peter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is a full-scale study of the world's most famous secret society, the Cambridge "Apostles." It shows how the Apostles recruited their members, examines their intellectual preoccupations, and studies the careers of such figures as F.

Maurice, Lytton Strachey and John Maynard Keynes by tracing the participation of the Apostles in politics, letters, and liberal re/5(2). About this Item: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New.

This is the story of the Apostles - Cambridge University's elite intellectual secret society - from its modest beginning in the s to the revelation in recent decades that two of the most notorious "moles" for the Soviet secret service - Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt - were Apostles.

Why was this prolific author of books on spies and spying attracted to the story of this legendary, academic secret society.

A scandal has been haunting Cambridge ever since two of the Apostles, Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt, were revealed to be Soviet spies. But Deacon (the pen name of Donald McCormick) here throws little light either on that episode or on the Society itself.

apostle definition: 1. someone who strongly supports a particular belief or political movement: 2. the group of early. Learn more. The Cambridge Apostles: A History of Cambridge University's Élite Intellectual Secret Society. Richard Deacon.

Robert Royce, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. All Book Search results » Bibliographic information. Title: The Cambridge Apostles: A History of Cambridge University's Élite Intellectual Secret Society. The Cambridge Apostles, also known as the Cambridge Conversazione Society, is an elite intellectual secret society at Cambridge University, founded in by George Tomlinson, a Cambridge student who went on to become the Bishop of Gibraltar.

The society is essentially a debating club. The Cambridge Apostles was a quasi-secret discussion group (also known as The Cambridge Conversazione Society) that was established at Cambridge University in the nineteenth century, drawing its members largely from Christ’s, St John’s, Jesus, Trinity, and King’s Colleges.

It was called The Apostles because there were originally twelve. The Apostles came to public attention again following the exposure of the Cambridge spy ring in Three Cambridge graduates with access to the top levels of government in Britain, one of them a former Apostle, were eventually found to have passed information to the three known agents were Apostle Guy Burgess, an MI6 officer and secretary to the deputy foreign minister; Donald.

Cambridge Apostles. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. I worked the math further in “After Acts: Exploring the Lives and Legends of the Apostles” (Moody, ), a slim, helpful book by Bryan Litfin, a professor of theology at Moody Bible Institute.Acts of the Apostles and the Rhetoric of Roman Imperialism - by Drew W.

Billings July Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.Luke's purposes in the Acts of the Apostles are to identify the church, to establish the legitimacy of its gospel and to demonstrate that God was an active force in history.

He wanted to show that the communities of Jewish and Gentile Christians are the true heirs of God's promises to Israel.