Well, well, I can always go over to Puseyism to spite my friends, and that's some comfort.
Neither had Laudism revived, under its new name of Puseyism.
It is not wonderful that Puseyism should share in this universal indulgence.
Puseyism may retain as many in the English Church as it may send to Rome.
I am apprehensive that some will accuse me of levity in my manner of alluding to Puseyism.
I imagine the crime of Puseyism, in the eyes of most churchmen, is the crime of a pretty woman in an assembly of haggard crones.
And no Puseyism either: broad, earnest religious teaching, with a leaning to moderate Anglicanism, should be the faith of Lupton.
In the Church you avoid all this: the Puseyism of the pulpit seldom extends to the pew.
For Puseyism, it runs counter to the spirit of our times, after all, and will never achieve a church.
The germs of Popery, Sacerdotalism, Puseyism, are inevitably contained in this latter thesis.