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Creeds of Christendom, with a History and Critical notes. Volume I. The History of Creeds.
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INDEX TO VOL. I.


A.

Adiaphoristic Controversy, 298.

Adrian VI., 92.

Æpinus, 296.

Agricola, 278.

Á Lasco, 565, 583.

Alençon, Synod of, 483.

Alexander VI., 166.

Alexander VII., 104, 125.

Alliance, Evangelical, 666, 915.

Alva, 503.

Ambrose, 114.

American Catholic Bishops against Papal Infallibility, 152.

American Congregational Creeds, 835.

Amsdorf, 267, 276.

Amyraut (Amyraldus), 477, 480, 488.

Anabaptists, 841.

Andreæ (Jacob), 50, 289, 308, 311, 339.

Andreæ (Valentine), 460.

Andrews (W. W.), on the Catholic Apostolic Church, 911.

Anglican Articles of Religion, 592.

Anglican Catechism, 654.

Anglican Church, 212, 218, 592, 598.

Anglican Liturgy, 595, 601.

Anglo-Catholic Correspondence with the Eastern Church, 74.

Anglo-Catholicism of Laud, 716.

Angus (Joseph), 852.

Anselm, on the Immaculate Conception, 122.

Antinomian Controversy, 277.

Anypostasia of the Human Nature of Christ, 32.

Apology of the Augsburg Confession, 243.

Apostles' Creed, 14 and passim.

Armada. 705.

Armenians, 81.

Arminianism in Holland, 508; in England, 713; of Methodism, 894.

Arminius and Arminians, 510.

Arrowsmith, 741, 770.

Articles of Religion: of the Church of England, 611, 613, 615, 620; revised by the Westminster Assembly, 752; of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America, 650, 653; of Lambeth, 658; Irish, 662; of the Reformed Episcopal Church, 665, 667; of the Methodists, 889; of the Evangelical Alliance, 917.

Articles of Smalcald, 253.

Asbury (Bishop), 884, 888.

Assembly of Westminster, 727. See Westminster Assembly.

Associate Church, 812.

Associate Reformed Church, 811.

Athanasian Creed, 34.

Atonement, universal or limited, 481, 512, 771, 895.

Auburn Declaration, 809.

Augsburg Confession, 225 and passim; used in the Anglican Articles, 623.

Augsburg Diet, 226.

Augsburg Interim, 299.

Augusta, 579.

Augustine, on the Apostles' Creed, 15, 17, 18; on the Sinlessness of Mary, 119; against Papal Infallibility, 175; influence on Protestant Creeds, 210; on Infant Salvation, 379; on Predestination, 452; on Baptismal Regeneration and Perseverance, 640.

Augustus, Elector of Saxony, 282, 308, 311, 557.

B.

Bacon (Leonard), 821, 827, 838.

Baillie (Robert), 690, 693, 727, 737, 746; his description of the Westminster Assembly, 750; of a day of prayer and fasting, 752; on the Westminster Confession, 789.

Bains, 124.

Bancroft (Bishop), 607, 708.

Baptism, Lutheran doctrine of, 346, 349; Zwinglian, 373; Calvinistic, 414, 641; Anglican, 639; necessity of, 642; Baptist doctrine, 845; Quaker doctrine, 866.

Baptists advocating Religious Liberty, 802; history of, 844.

Baptists (Arminian), 857.

Baptists (Calvinistic), 845.

Barclay (Robert), 859, 861, 864.

Barlow (William), 708.

Barneveldt, 511.

Baro, 659.

Barrett, 659.

Basle, First Confession of, 385, 387; Second Confession of, 388.

Bathori, 585.

Baur versus Möhler, 89; on Calvin, 449.

Baxter (Richard), 725, 726; on the Westminster Assembly, 729; on the Westminster Standards, 760.

Becon (Thomas), on Baptism, 643.

Belgic Confession, 504.

Bellarmin, Standard Champion of Romanism, 85, 102; on Infallibility, 182; on Ubiquity, 354.

Benedict XIII., 107.

Benedict XIV., 107.

Bergen Formula, 311. See Formula of Concord.

Bernard of Clairvaux, against the Immaculate Conception, 121.

Berne, Conference and Ten Theses of, 364.

Bersier, 498.

Bertram, 648.

Bessarion (Cardinal), 46.

Beza, 393, 429, 434, 436, 438, 441, 468, 603.

Bible. See Scriptures.

Bibliander, 477.

Birgitte, 124.

Bismarck, 133, 150.

Blaarer, 397.

Blackmore, 68, 71, 73.

Blondel, 482.

Böckel, 355 and passim.

Böhler (Peter), 886.

Bockelsohn (John), 842.

Bogerman, 513.

Bohemian Brethren, in Bohemia, 566; in Poland, 582.

Bohemian Confessions, 576.

Bolsec, 421, 474.

Bonar (Horatius), on Catechisms, 544, 697.

Boniface VIII., 165, 176.

Book of Concord, 220.

Borromeo, 100.

Bossuet, 86, 102, 183.

Boston Declaration of Faith, 837.

Boucher (Joan), 846.

Bownd (Nicolas), on the Christian Sabbath, 777.

Bradwardine, 769.

Bramhall (Bishop), 664.

Brandenburg Confessions, 554.

Breitinger, 513.

Bremen Confession, 564.

Brentius. See Brentz.

Brentz, his Christology and Ubiquity doctrines 290; his Würtemberg Confession, 344, 627.

Brès (Guido de), 504.

Breviary, Roman, 190.

Browne (Bishop), on the Apostles' Creed, 16; on the XXXIX. Articles, 601, 638, 648.

Browne (Robert) and Brownists, 824.

Brownson (Orestes), 90.

Brück, 233, 243.

Bucer, 304, 388, 471, 525.

Buchanan (George), 670.

Bullinger, his life and labors, 390; his Confession of Faith, 396; on the Lord's Supper, 471; on Predestination, 475; on the Heidelberg Catechism, 551; influence in England, 602, 630, 637.

Bungener, on Calvin, 441.

Bunyan (John), 723, 725, 848.

Burnet (Bishop), 637.

Buxtorf, 479.

C.

Calamy (Edmund), 742, 770.

Calixtines, 566.

Calixtus, 350, 380, 557, 561.

Callistus, 177.

Calovius, 350, 380, 561.

Calvin, on the Apostles' Creed, 15, 20; on the Nicene Creed, 27; relation to Luther and Melanchthon, 214, 215, 217, 218; signs the Augsburg Confession, 235; on the Adiaphoristic Controversy, 301; life and character, 421; his theology, 446; his Institutes, 447; on Predestination, 451, 474; on the Lord's Supper, 455 (281, 376); his Exegesis, 457; on Church Polity and Discipline, 460; on Religious Persecution and Liberty, 463, 466; his Catechism, 467; Consensus Tigurinus, 471; Consensus Genevensis, 474; on Episcopacy in Poland, 582; influence in England, 602, 630, 658; on Baptism and Election, 641.

Calvinism, 446. See Calvin, Dort, Lambeth Articles, and Westminster Confession.

Calvinistic Baptists. See Baptists.

Calvinistic Methodism, 901.

Cambridge Platform, 836.

Cameron, 480.

Campbellites, 840, 845.

Capito, 385, 388.

Cappel (Louis), 479.

Cardoni, 163.

Carlyle (Thomas), on the Scotch Reformation, 671; on John Knox, 676; on the Westminster Catechism, 787; on Edward Irving, 908.

Cartwright, 706, 735.

Caryl (Joseph), 742.

Castellio, 475.

Catechism, Anglican, 654; of the Bohemian Brethren, 574; of Calvin, 467; of Craig, 697; of Emden, 565; Heidelberg (Palatinate), 529; of Luther, 245, 543; of Mogilas (Russo-Greek), 58; of Platon, 71; of Philaret, 71; Scotch, 696; Tridentine (Roman), 100; Waldensian, 572; Westminster, 543, 783; of the Quakers, 864; of the Methodists, 882, 891.

Catharine of Siena, 124.

Catholic Apostolic Church, 905.

Catholicism and Protestantism, 207.

Catholicism and Romanism, 83, 205.

Chalcedon, Creed of, 29.

Chalmers (Thomas) 696, 885, 906, 908.

Chandieu, 493.

Charenton, Synod of, 483.

Charles (Thomas), 903.

Charles I., 617, 664, 688, 691, 693, 694; his character and reign, 709.

Charles II., 619, 694, 721, 724.

Charles V., 92, 225, 227, 503.

Chemnitz, against the Council of Trent, 96; on the Communicatio Idiomatum and the Ubiquity of Christ's Body, 292.

Chillingworth, on the Athanasian Creed, 40; on Religious Toleration, 803.

Christological Controversy, 285.

Christology, Chalcedonian, 30; Lutheran and Reformed, 317, 325, 347, 348.

Church, meaning of, 822.

Church Diet of Berlin adopts the Augsburg Confession, 236.

Civiltà Cattolica, 139, 158.

Clarendon, 728.

Clement of Rome, 174.

Clement VIII., 189.

Clement XI., 105, 107.

Coccejus (John), 774.

Cochlæus, 227.

Coke (Thomas), 887.

Coleman (Thomas), 742.

Collyridianæ, 119.

Comenius (Amos), 567, 875.

Communicatio Idiomatum, Lutheran doctrine of, 318, 324.

Concord, Book of, 220; Formula of, 258.

Confession and Absolution in the Lutheran Church, 248.

Confession of Faith. See Creeds.

Confession of Anhalt, 563; of Augsburg, 225; Baptist, 851; of Basle, I., 385; of Basle, II., 388; of Belgium, 502; of the Bohemian Brethren, 576; of Brandenburg, 554; of Bremen, 564; Congregational, 828; Cumberland Presbyterian, 815; of Cyril Lucar, 54; of Dositheus (Synod of Jerusalem), 61; French Reformed (Gallican), 490, 500; of Friends, 864, 870; of Gennadius, 46; Helvetic, I., 388; Helvetic, II., 390; of Hessia, 564; Hungarian, 591; Methodist, 890; of Metrophanes Critopulus, 52; of Mogila, 58; Moravian, 878; of Nassau, 564; Reformed (in general), 354; Savoy, 829; Scotch, I., 680; Scotch, II., 686; of Sigismund, 555; Tetrapolitan, 526; of Thorn, 562; Welsh Calvinistic, 903; of Westminster, 753.

Confutatio Papistica, 227, 243.

Congregational Declarations. See Confession.

Congregationalism and Congregationalists, 820.

Consensus and Dissensus of Creeds, 919.

Consensus of Geneva, 474; Helveticus, 477, 485; of Sendomir, 586; of Zurich, 471.

Consubstantiation, 232, 316, 325, 327.

Cop, 427.

Copts, 80.

Corvinus, 302.

Cotton (John), 820, 850.

Council, of Nicæa, first, 25, 44, 173; second, 44; of Chalcedon, 29, 173; of Constantinople, first, 25, 28, 44; second, 44; third, 44; fourth, 178; of Ephesus, 44; of Ferrara and Florence, 46, 97, 181; of Jerusalem (1672), 61; of Pisa, Constance, Basle, 182; of Trent, 91, 124; of the Vatican, 134, 168.

Covenanters, 694.

Covenants, Scotch, 685; doctrine of, 773.

Craig (John), 686, 698.

Cranmer, 596, 601, 605, 611, 614, 630, 642; on the Lord's Supper, 647; Catechism of, 655.

Creeds: name and definition, 3; authority, 7; use, 8; classification, 9. See Confession.

Crell, 283, 345.

Cromwell, 693, 714, 720, 723; his Policy, 830; towards Baptists, 847; towards Quakers, 862, 868.

Crosby (Thomas), 845.

Crusius (Martin), 50.

Crypto-Calvinistic Controversy, 279.

Crypto-Calvinists, 267, 281, 346.

Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 813; Confession of, 815.

Cummins (Bishop), 665.

Cunningham, 635, 637.

Currey, on the Westminster Confession, 789.

Cyprian, against Papal Infallibility, 174.

Cyril Lucar, 54.

Czenger, Confession of, 591.

D.

Daillé, 482.

Damasus, Creed of, 395.

Darboy (Archbishop), against Papal Infallibility, 156; submits with a mental reservation, and dies a martyr, 161.

Dathenus, 537.

De Maistre, on Infallibility, 166.

Decrees. See Predestination.

Decretals, pseudo-Isidorian, 180.

Dévay, 589.

Dexter (Henry Martyn), 821, 849, 863.

Discipline, 461.

Döllinger, 88, 146, 153, 164; his writings, 193; his protest against the Vatican Decrees, and his excommunication, 195.

Dominicans, 124.

Dorner, on Luther and Melanchthon, 265; on Luther and Reformed Christology, 264, 290, 334; on the Formula of Concord, 322; on Zwingli, 383; on Calvin, 442.

Dort, Synod of, 478, 512.

Dositheus (Patriarch of Jerusalem), 61.

Douglas (Robert), 747.

Du Moulin, 482.

Duns Scotus, for the Immaculate Conception, 123.

Dupanloup (Bishop), against Papal Infallibility, 156; submits, 162.

E.

Eastern Church Association, 75.

Ebrard, 456, 471, 564, and passim.

Eck, 226, 241.

Edward VI., 596, 613.

Edwardine Articles, 614.

Edwards (Thomas), 797.

Election. See Predestination.

Elizabeth (Queen), 596, 601, 674, 705.

Elizabethan Articles, 615.

Elrington, 662.

Emmons (Dr.), on Congregationalism, 826.

England, Church of, 593, 598. See Anglican Church, etc.

Episcopacy (English), 604, 667; in the Westminster Assembly, 732; abolished by the Long Parliament, 719, 734; restored, 721; reduced, 736.

Episcopius, 511, 523, 897.

Erasmus, 385.

Erastians, 738.

Erbkam, 840, 867.

Eucharistic Controversies, 279, 326. See Lord's Supper.

Eusebius, Creed of, 24.

Evangelical Alliance, 915.

F.

Faber, 227.

Farel, 429, 438.

Featley, 733, 852.

Filioque, 26.

Fisher (George P.), 443, 594, 603, 607, 838.

Fisher (the Jesuit), 715.

Fiske (J. O.), 838.

Fitzgerald (Bishop), votes against Papal Infallibility, 158.

Flacian Controversy, 268.

Flacius, 269, 276, 300.

Fletcher (John W.), 884, 899.

Forbes (Bishop), 599.

Formula Consensus Helvetica, 478.

Formula of Concord, 258, 311.

Fox (George), 860, 868.

Foxe (John), 846.

France, Reformation in, 491.

Francis I., 368, 427, 450, 491.

Franciscans, 124.

Frederick III., 392, 532; his Confession, 563.

Free Will, denied by Luther and the Formula of Concord II., 106, 313; Arminian doctrine of, 508; Westminster doctrine of, 771; Methodist doctrine of, 897.

Free-will Baptists, 857.

Friedberg, 135.

Friedrich, 135, 145, 194, 196.

Friends, society of, 859.

Frommann, 97, 135.

Fuller (Thomas), 658, 707, 708, 709, 741, 753, and passim.

Funck, 273.

G.

Gallican Confession, 490.

Gallicanism and Ultramontanism, 167.

Gardiner, 611, 613.

Gattaker (Thomas), 742.

Geddes (Jenny), 688.

General Assembly of Scotland, adopting the Westminster Standards, 759.

Geneva, 422, 429; Church of, 460; Consensus of, 474.

Gennadius, 46.

German Empire, founded after the Infallibility Decree, 160.

Gernler, 478.

Giessen Divines on Christology and Ubiquity, 294.

Gillespie (George), 727, 746.

Gilman (Edward W.), on Congregational Creeds, 839.

Gindely, 565 and passim.

Gomarus, 511.

Good Works, necessity of, 274.

Goodwin (Thomas), 737, 742.

Gouge (William), 756.

Gratry, 153; submits to the Vatican Council on his death-bed, 161; on Honorius, 164.

Greek Church, 43.

Green (J. R.), on Puritanism, 723; on Cromwell, 831; on Whitefield, 902.

Gregory I. against Papal Infallibility, 175.

Gregory XV., 125.

Grindal, 605.

Grotius, 511.

Grynæus, 388.

Guibert (Archbishop), publishes the Vatican Decrees, 161.

Guido de Brès, 504.

Guizot, on Calvin, 423, 428, 440, 442, 449, 463.

Gurley (Dr.), 810.

Gurney (Joseph John), 859, 868, 869.

H.

Hades, Controversy on, 296.

Hagenbach, 388, 395, and passim.

Hall (Bishop), 726, 737.

Hallam, on English Articles, 636; on Hampton Court Conference, 708; on Laud, 717.

Haller, 365.

Hamilton (Patrick), 673.

Hampton Court Conference, 661, 706.

Hardwick, 592 and passim.

Hase (Carl), 89; on Infallibility, 172.

Heathen, Salvation of, 382.

Hefele (Bishop), against Papal Infallibility, 156; submits, 161; on the case of Honorius, 178.

Heidegger (J. H.), 478, 486.

Heidelberg Catechism, 529, 535.

Helvetic Confession, the First, 388; the Second, 396.

Helvetic Consensus Formula, 477.

Henderson (Alexander), 692, 745.

Henry IV., 491.

Henry VIII., 595, 600, 605, 611, 613.

Heppe, on Formula of Concord, 337; on the Saxon and Würtemberg Confessions, 341; German Reformed Confessions, 563 and passim.

Heretical Popes, 176, 178.

Herminjard, 421, 425.

Herzog, on the Waldenses, 568; 'Real-Encykl.,' passim in Literature.

Heshusius, 266, 270, 282.

Hessian Confession, 564.

Hetherington, 689.

Heurtley, on the Apostles' Creed, 19.

Heykamp, 197.

Heylin, 717, 778.

Hicks (Elias), and the Hicksite Quakers, 873.

High-Commission, 717.

Hodge (A. A.), on the Westminster Confession, 754, 795.

Hodge (Charles), on Infallibility, 170; on the Lord's Supper, 376; on Infant Salvation, 381; on the Helvetic Confession, 396; on Predestination, 455; on the Number of the Lost and Saved, 795.

Holland, Reformation in, 502.

Hommius, 507, 513.

Honorius (Pope), condemned as a heretic, 178.

Hook (Dean), 717.

Hooker (Richard), 607; on Calvin, 608; on Baptism, 643; on the Lord's Supper, 649; on the Lambeth Articles, 662; on Travers, 706; on the Lord's Day, 777.

Hooker (Thomas), 820.

Hooper, on Ubiquity, 335; corresponds with Bullinger, 391, 602, 630; refuses to conform, 705.

Hosius, 585.

Hottinger (John Jacob), 477.

Hoyle (Joshua), 743.

Huber, 194.

Hubmaier, 842.

Hülsemann, 557.

Hungarian Confession, 591.

Hungary, Reformation in, 589.

Hunnius, 345.

Huntingdon (Lady), 902.

Hus, 565.

Hussites, 566.

Hutchinson (Mrs. Lucy), Memoirs, 701; description of Charles I., 710.

Hyacinthe (Père), 194.

I.

Idellette de Buren, 430.

Ignatius, 174.

Immaculate Conception, definition of, 108.

Imputation, 484.

Independency and Fellowship, 826.

Independents, 737, 824. See Congregationalists.

Infallibilists, 163, 184.

Infallibility of Œcumenical Councils, 168; of the Pope, 150, 164.

Infant Salvation, 378, 381, 794, 898.

Innes, 669, 798, 800.

Innocent III., 176.

Innocent IV., 176.

Innocent X., 103.

Innocent XIII., 107.

Inopportunists, 153.

Institutes, Calvin's, 447.

Intolerance, 796, 800, 802.

Irenæus, 174.

Irish Articles of Religion, 662, 761; compared with Westminster Confession, 762.

Irving (Edward), on the Scotch Confession, 684; his life and labors, 905.

Irvingites. See Catholic Apostolic Church.

J.

Jacobites, 80.

James I., 604, 606, 617, 697; his character, 706; at Hampton Court Conference, 708; on Bible Revision, 709; on Laud, 711.

James II., 724.

Jansen, 103.

Jansenists, Papal Bulls against the, 102; in Holland, 107.

Janus, 134, 164, 195.

Jeremiah II. (Patriarch of Constantinople), 50.

Jerome, 119.

Jerusalem Chamber, 748.

Jesuits, 103, 124, 138, 182.

Jewell (Bishop), 603, 605, 633, 643.

Joan of Kent, 846.

John XXII., 177.

John, Elector of Saxony, 227 and passim.

Jonas (Justus), 239; his Catechism, 655.

Judex, 266.

Justification by Faith, 206, 211, 216, 231, 255, 271, 275, 406.

K.

Kahnis, on the Lord's Supper, 327; on the Two States of Christ, 328; on the Reformed opposition to the Formula of Concord, 334; on Calvin, 442.

Kampschulte, on Calvin, 421, 425, 433, 446, 449, 463.

Keble, 60.

Keenan, Catechism against Infallibility, 183

Kenosis, 294, 323.

Kenrick (Archbishop of Baltimore), 90.

Kenrick (of St. Louis), 144, 153, 156, 163, 172, 187.

Ketteler (Bishop), prostrate before the Pope, 156, 163, 172, 187.

Killen (W. D.), 662, 664.

Knollys (Hanserd), 844, 848.

Knox, on the Church of Geneva, 460; labors in England, 602; his life and character, 673; his Confession, 681; his Liturgy, 684; views on Sunday observance, 776.

Köllner, on the Formula of Concord, 336.

Koolhaas, 510.

Koornhart, 510.

Krauth (Charles P.), on the Augsburg Confession, 235; on Luther's Catechism, 251; on the Formula of Concord, 318, 337, 340.

L.

La Place, 479, 484.

Lainez, 182, 194.

Lambeth Articles, 658.

Langen, 164.

Lasco. See Laski.

Laski (à Lasco), 565, 583.

Latimer, 649.

Laud (Archbishop), 607, 617, 664, 688; his character and administration, 709, 711; on the Westminster Assembly, 732.

Launoy, 108, 123.

Laurence (Bishop), on the Articles of the Church of England, 634, 637.

Lawrence (Edward A.), 835, 838.

Lecky (W. E. H.), 796, 799, 801.

Lefèvre, 492.

Leighton, 717.

Leipzig Interim, 299; Colloquy, 558.

Leo Judæ, 388.

Leo X., 160.

Liberius, 177.

Liberty, Religious, 465, 800, 848, 849.

Light, the inner, 868.

Lightfoot (John), 727, 739, 743, 755.

Lipomani, 585.

Liturgical Standards of Rome, 189.

Löhe, on Luther's Catechism, 251.

Lord's Day, doctrine of the, 776.

Lord's Supper, Luther's doctrine, 232, 260, 316, 325, 347, 645; Melanchthon's, 232, 241, 263; Zwingli's, 374; Bullinger's, 415; Bucer's, 528; Calvin's, 281, 376, 455; Cranmer's, 601, 647; words of institution explained, 327, 374: Consensus of Zurich, 471; Tetrapolitan Confession, 528; Heidelberg Catechism, 535, 543; Consensus of Sendomir, 587; Hungarian Confession, 591; Anglican Articles, 601, 645; Irish Articles and Westminster Confession, 765; Westminster doctrine of, 775.

Lorimer, 129, 131, 683.

Loudun, Synod of, 483, 498.

Louis XIV., 104, 105, 491, 498.

Loyola, 491.

Loyson, 194.

Lucas of Prague, 568.

Luther, his character and influence, 214; relation to the Augsburg Confession, 228; his Catechisms, 245; on Confession and Absolution, 248; Articles of Smalcald, 253; on Justification by Faith, 255; on Popery, the Mass, Purgatory, 255; on the Lord's Supper, 256; relation to Melanchthon, 214, 259, 265; relation to Zwingli, 212, 260; against Antinomianism, 278; on the Ubiquity of Christ's Body, 287; on the Descent into Hades, 297; on Free-will and Predestination, 215, 303; on Damnation of the Heathen, 382; Conduct towards the Swiss, 389; Judgment on Calvin, 430; compared with Calvin, 438; influence on the English Reformation, 600.

Lutheran Creeds, 220.

Lutheranism and Reform, 213.

M.

Macaulay, on English Reformation, 604, 605; on Charles I., 710; on Cromwell, 720.

Macleod (Norman), on Chalmers, 696.

M’Crie (Jr.), on the Westminster Assembly, 752; on the Westminster Standards, 761, 785.

M’Crie (Thomas), 669, 673, 675, 676, 686.

Major, 275.

Majoristic Controversy, 274.

Manning (Cardinal), 90, 135, 148, 152, 153; defines Infallibility, 167; on History, 171; on Honorius, 186.

Manuel, 365.

Manutius, 91.

Marbach, 305.

Marburg, Conference of, 212, 228.

Maret (Bishop), against Infallibility, 156, 163; retracts, 161.

Margaret (Queen of Navarre), 491.

Maronites, 80.

Marot, 492.

Marsden (J. B.), on Westminster Conf., 789.

Marshall (Stephen), 743.

Mary, Immaculate Conception of, 108.

Mary Stuart, 671, 678.

Mary Tudor, 596.

Masson, 690, 693, 734, 740, and passim.

Mather (Cotton), 849.

Matthews (G. D.), 811.

Maulbronn, Colloquy of, 288; Formula of, 310.

Maurice, Elector of Saxony, 299.

Maurice, Prince of Orange, 514.

Maximilian II., 576, 579, 590.

Megander, 389.

Melanchthon, 50; his character, 214, 261; Augsburg Confession, 225; Apology of the Augsburg Confession, 243; on Episcopacy and Popery, 254; relation to Luther, 214, 259; changes his doctrine of Free-will, 262; on the Lord's Supper, 263; on the Necessity of Good Works, 276; against Ubiquity, 288; on the Descent into Hades, 297; on the Adiaphora, 300; silenced but not destroyed, 339; his Confessio Saxonica, 341; friendship with Calvin, 431; relation to the Reformed Church, 525; influence in England, 600.

Melville (Andrew), 684.

Melville (James), 677, 679.

Menno Simons, 842.

Mennonites, 842.

Methodism and Methodists, 882.

Methodist Creeds, 890.

Metrophanes Critopulus, 52.

Michaud, 161.

Michelet, on Calvin, 441.

Michelis, 194, 196.

Mill (Walter), 673.

Millenary Petition, 707.

Milner, 90.

Milton, on the Waldenses, 571; on the Solemn League and Covenant, 693; on the Westminster Assembly, 729; against Episcopacy, 734; against Presbytery, 737; on Religious Toleration, 848; on Roger Williams, 852.

Missal, Roman, 189.

Mitchell (Alex. F.), 727, 754, 770, 775.

Mogilas, 58.

Möhler, 88, 183, and passim.

Mohnike, 97.

Molinæus, 482.

Monophysites, 80.

Montalembert, opposes the erection of an idol on the Vatican, 153; dies during the Vatican Council, 161.

Montauban, 485.

Moravians, 567, 874.

More (Sir Thomas), 749.

Mörlin, 272.

Mornay (Du Plessis), 479.

Mouravieff, 51, 58, 59, 69, 75.

Mozley, 638, 640,

Mühlhausen, Confession of, 887.

Münzer {Thomas), 842.

Myconius (Friedrich), 387.

Myconius (Oswald), 387.

N.

Nantes, Edict of, 498.

Napoleon I., 499.

Napoleon III., 139, 160.

Nassau, Confession of, 564.

Nast (William), 882, 891.

National Covenant, 686.

Neal (Daniel), 701, 797, and passim.

Nestorians, 79.

Nevin, on the Apostles' Creed, 16, 23; on the Reformed doctrine of the Lord's Supper, 456; on the Heidelberg Catechism, 541.

New England, 825.

Newman (J. H.), on Papal Infallibility, 154; Tract No. 90, 599.

Nicæa, Council of, 25.

Nicene Creed, 24.

Niemeyer, 355 and passim.

Nitchmann, 875, 886.

Nitzsch, 89.

Noailles, 105, 107.

Non-Jurors, 74.

Nowell's Catechism, 657.

Nye (Philip), 737, 743.

O.

Oberlin Declaration, 839.

Œcolampadius, 374, 386.

Œcumenical Councils against Papal Infallibility, 173, 179; Creeds, 12, 210.

Old Catholics in Holland, 107; in Germany and Switzerland, 191, 198.

Olevianus, 534.

Olivetan, 492.

Original Sin, Controversy on, 268; Zwingli's view, 377 ; Methodist view, 897.

Orthodox Confession of Mogilas, 59.

Osgood (Howard), 853.

Osiander, 272.

Osiandric Controversy, 271.

Otterbein, 887.

Overberg, against Infallibility, 183.

Owen (John), 830.

P.

Palacky, 565 and passim.

Palatinate Catechism, 529.

Pallavicini, 91, 96.

Palmer (Herbert), 744.

Palmer (Bay), 838.

Pare (George Van), 846.

Parker (Archbishop), 616.

Parkhurst, 605.

Parliament, action on the Westminster confession, 758.

Parthenius, 59.

Passaglia, 108.

Paul III., 93.

Paul IV., 585.

Paul V., 125.

Pax Dissidentium, 585.

Pelagius, on the Sinlessness of Mary, 120; on Infant Salvation, 379.

Pelargus, 556.

Penn (William), 861, 868.

Perfectionism, 900.

Perkins (William), 659.

Perrone, 89, 108, 123, 126, 127, 178.

Perry, 650.

Pestalozzi, 388, 395.

Peter, his Primacy, 185.

Peter Martyr, 477.

Peucer, 282, 283.

Pfeffinger, 270.

Philaret, Catechism of, 71.

Philip II., 503.

Philip of Hesse, 226, 234, and passim.

Philippists, 267.

Pighius, 474.

Pilgrim Fathers, 782, 827.

Pinkerton, on Russia, 70.

Pius IV., 91, 96, 100.

Pius V., 101, 124, 189.

Pius IX. defines the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, 108; issues the Papal Syllabus, 128; convenes the Vatican Council, 136; controls its proceedings, 142; proclaims the dogma on the Catholic Faith, 150; believes in his Personal Infallibility, and exerts his influence in favor of this dogma, 152; receives the deputation of anti-Infallibilists and declines their request, 157; proclaims the dogma of Papal Absolutism and Infallibility, 158; excommunicates the Old Catholics, 200.

Placeus, 479, 485, 488.

Planck, on Andræ, 308; on the Formula of Concord, 336.

Platon (Metropolitan of Moscow), 71.

Pletho, 46.

Plitt (Hermann), 872.

Plymouth Brethren, 910.

Poland, Reformation in, 581.

Ponet, 606.

Pope (W. B.), 892, 898, 900, 901.

Popery, 158. See Pius IX., Syllabus, Infallibility, Vatican Decrees.

Port Royal, 103.

Predestination, controversy on, 305; Lutheran doctrine, 329, 347; Zwingli's, 370; Calvin's, 451, 474; Amyraut's, 480; Anglican doctrine, 633; Irish Articles and Westminster Confession, 762, 768, 791; opposed by Wesley and the Arminian Methodists, 895; adopted by Whitefield, 901; and the Welsh Methodists, 903.

Presbyterian Polity, 462, 737, 739.

Presbyterian Reunion, 809.

Presbyterianism in England, 734, 736.

Presbyterians in Scotland, 685; persecuted, 798; in America, 804.

Preterition, 791.

Profession of the Tridentine Faith, 96.

Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, 650.

Protestantism, 203; principles of, 206; compared with Romanism, 207.

Prynne, 717.

Pseudo-Isidor, 180.

Psychopannychia, 428.

Puritans and Puritanism, 701, 723.

Pusey (Dr.), 108, 716.

Q.

Quakers, 859.

Quesnel, 105.

Quick, 490, 493.

Quint (Alonzo H.), 829, 835, 838.

Quirinus, Letters of, 135, 145, 157, 159.

R.

Radziwill, 582.

Randall (Benjamin), 858.

Ranke, on the Augsburg Confession, 234; on Luther's Catechism, 251.

Rauscher votes against Papal Infallibility, 156; submits, 160, 196.

Redford (Dr.), 834.

Reformation, 204; in Geneva, 444; in France, 491; in Holland, 502; in Bohemia, 565; in Poland, 581; in Hungary, 589; in England, 593.

Reformed, 211, 256, 356, 358.

Reformed Churches compared with the Lutheran, 212.

Reformed Confessions, 354.

Reformed Episcopal Church, 665.

Reformed Presbyterian Church, 812.

Regular Baptists. See Baptists.

Reinkens, 164, 191, 194; elected Bishop of the Old Catholics, 197; pleads for the Bible in the Old Catholic Congress of Constance, 199; extends greetings to the General Conference of the Evangelical Alliance, 200; answers the Papal Excommunication, 201.

Rénan, on Calvin, 442.

Renée, Duchess of Ferrara, 428.

Repetitio Anhaltina, 563.

Reprobation, 770, 792. See Predestination.

Restoration (of the Stuarts and Episcopacy), 720.

Reunion of Old and New School Presbyterian Churches, 809.

Reusch, 194.

Revision of the Bible, 749.

Revision of the English Bible (by King James), 709.

Revolution of 1688, 724.

Reynolds (Dr. Edward), 744, 756, 772.

Reynolds (Dr. John), 707.

Riccio (Bishop), votes against Papal Infallibility, 158.

Richelieu, 481.

Ridley (Bishop), 601, 630, 649.

Rigg (James H.), 882, 886, 888.

Ripley (George), reports the thunder-storm in St. Peter's at the Proclamation of the Papal Infallibility Decree, 159.

Ritualism of Laud, 714.

Rivet, 482, 485.

Robinson (John), 820, 827.

Rogers (Thomas), on English Articles, 639.

Roman Catechism, 100.

Roman Catholic Church, on persecution, 802.

Romanism and Catholicism, 83.

Romanism and Protestantism, 207.

Rothe, Christology, 33.

Rous (Francis), 744.

Rudolph II., 580, 590.

Rufinus, on the Apostles' Creed, 22.

Russian Church, 68, 75, 77.

Russian Schismatics, 52.

Rutherford (Samuel), 747.

S.

Sabbath. See Lord's Day.

Sacrament. See Baptism and Lord's Supper.

Sadeel, 354, 493.

Saliger (John), 285.

Sarpi, 91, 93, 96.

Saumur, 479.

Savoy Conference, 721.

Savoy Declaration, 829.

Saxon Articles of Visitation, 345.

Saxon Confession, 346.

Saybrook Platform, 837.

Schleiermacher, 451, 880.

Schneckenburger, 883.

Schulte, 194.

Schwabach Articles, 228.

Schwarzenberg votes against Papal Infallibility, 158; submits, 160, 196.

Schweinitz (Bishop Edmund de), 824.

Schweizer (Alexander), 451, 477, 483.

Schwenkfeld (Caspar von), 867.

Schyn (Hermann), 841, 843, 844.

Scotch Confession of Faith, 680.

Scotch Presbyterian Church, 694.

Scotists, 124.

Scotland, Reformation of, 669.

Scriptures and Tradition, 206, 211, 216.

Seaman (Lazarus), 744, 770.

Seekers, 848, 851.

Selden (John). 730, 745.

Semisch, on the Apostles' Creed, 15.

Sendomir, Consensus of, 586.

Seneca, on Mercy, edited by Calvin, 424.

Servetus, 428, 464.

Sewel (William), 859.

Shakespere, 749 and passim.

Shedd (W. G. T.), 835.

Sigismund Augustus II., 582.

Sigismund Confession, 555.

Sigmund III., 585.

Sixtus V., 182.

Smalcald, Articles of, 253.

Smectymnuans, 736.

Smith (Henry B.), 108, 810.

Solemn League and Covenant, 690.

Spangenberg (Bishop), 874, 876, 879, 881, 886.

Spanheim, 482.

Speil, 89, 113.

Stähelin, on Calvin, 421, 425, 448, 602.

Stahl, on Ubiquity, 324.

Stancarus (Francesco), 273.

Stanley (Dean), 688, 723, 749, 767; on the Westminster Standards, 789.

Star-Chamber, 717.

States of Humiliation and Exaltation, Lutheran and Reformed views of, 323, 328; Formula of Concord, 306.

Stevens (Abel), 882, 884, 902.

Stoughton (John), 690, 693, 720, 722, 740, 748; on Creeds, 833.

Strafford (Earl of), 664.

Strasburg, Reformation of, 304; Confession of, 526.

Strossmayer (Bishop), in the Vatican Council, 145, 149.

Stuart, Dynasty of, 671.

Sunday in England, 777.

Swabian and Saxon Formula, 310.

Sylburg, 537.

Syllabus, the Papal, 128.

Symbols. See Creeds.

Syncretism and Syncretistic Controversy, 349.

Synergism, 262, 264.

Synergistic Controversy, 270.

T.

Tangermann, 196.

Taylor (Jeremy), on the Athanasian Creed, 40; on Toleration, 803.

Tetrapolitan Confession, 526.

Thiers, 499.

Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, 615.

Thomasius, on the Formula of Concord, 339.

Thomas Aquinas, against the Immaculate Conception, 122; in favor of Papal Infallibility, 181.

Thomists, 124.

Thompson (Joseph P.), 838.

Thorn, Colloquy of, 560; Declaration of, 562.

Thuanus (De Thou), 490.

Timann, 266.

Toleration and Intolerance, 463, 466, 704, 725, 848, 849.

Torgau Articles, 229.

Torgau Book, 310.

Torquemada, 108.

Traheron, 630; on the Lord's Supper, 647.

Travers (Walter), 735.

Trent, Canons and Decrees of, 91.

Tridentine Faith, 96.

Triers, 830.

Trinity, doctrine of, 37.

Tübingen Divines, on Christology and Ubiquity, 294.

Tuckney (Dr.), 741, 760, 786.

Turretin (Francis), 478, 485.

Twisse (William), 740, 752.

Tyerman, 882 and passim.

Tyndale, 613, 673, 704.

U.

Ubiquitarian Controversy, 285.

Ubiquity of Christ's Body, 285, 322, 325, 348.

Ullmann, on the Heidelberg Catechism, 551.

Ultramontanism and Gallicanism, 167.

Underhill (Edward Bean), 844, 853.

Uniformity, Act of, 607.

Union, Evangelical, 222, 237, 555, 586.

Unitas Fratrum. See Moravians.

United Presbyterian Church, 812.

Universalism of Amyraut, 480.

Urban VIII., 189, 190.

Ursinus, on the Formula of Concord, 333; author of the Heidelberg Catechism, 533.

Ussher (Archbishop), 605, 663, 726, 733, 736, 761.

Utraquists, 566.

V.

Vatican Council, 134, 168.

Vatican Decrees, 147.

Vergerius, 253, 584.

Vigilius, 177.

Vines (Richard), 745.

W.

Waldenses, 568.

Waldensian Catechism, 574.

Wallis (John), 787, 790.

Wandsworth Presbytery, 735.

Warren (W. F.), 882, 891, 895.

Washburn (E. A.), on the Anglican Church, 609.

Waterland, on the Athanasian Creed, 34, 36, 37; on the Thirty-nine Articles, 616.

Waterlanders, 843.

Watson (Richard), 882.

Wayland (Francis), 845.

Welsh Calvinistic Methodists, 903.

Wesley (Charles), 883, 887, 895, 896.

Wesley (John), 796, 883, 890; on the Thirty-nine Articles, 893; on Arminianism, 894; on Predestination, 895; on the Witness of the Spirit, 899; on Perfectionism, 900; relation to Whitefield, 901.

Wesleyans. See Methodists.

Westminster Assembly of Divines, 727.

Westminster Catechisms, 783.

Westminster Confession, on Infant Salvation, 380, 795; on Baptism and Election, 641; Origin and History of, 753; Analysis of, 760; doctrine of Predestination, 768, 791; doctrine of the Lord's Day, 776; Criticism of, 788; Intolerance of, 796; American Revision of, 806.

Westphal, 280, 473.

Westphalian Treaty, 242.

Whedon (D. D.), 882, 893; on Infant Salvation, 898.

Whitaker (William), 659.

White (Bishop), 42, 651, 653, 666.

White (John), 741.

Whitefield (George), 796, 883, 901.

Whitgift (Archbishop), 605, 618, 659, 706, 708, 735.

Wigand, 266, 270.

Wigglesworth (Michael), on Infant Damnation, 794.

William III., 724.

Williams (Roger), 849.

Wimpina, 227.

Wiseman, 90.

Wishart (George), 673.

Witness of the Spirit, Methodist doctrine of, 899.

Wladislaus IV., 560.

Wolmar, 492.

Works. See Good Works.

Würtemberg Confession, 344, 627.

Wycliffe, 568, 704.

Wyttenbach, 385.

Y.

Young (Thomas), 745.

Z.

Zanchi, 305.

Zeller, 371.

Zephyrinus, 177.

Zinzendorf, 874, 876.

Ziska, 566.

Zöckler, on the Apostles' Creed, 20; on the Augsburg Confession, 237, 241.

Zosimus, 177.

Zurich Consensus, 471.

Zurich Letters, 391, 604, 630, 632.

Zwingli, at Marburg, 212; his character and importance, 360; judgment on Luther, 362; his Articles or Conclusions, 363; Theses of Berne, 365; Confession of Faith to Charles V., 366; to Francis I., 368; doctrine of Providence and Predestination, 370; of the Sacraments, 372; of the Lord's Supper, 374; of Original Sin, 377; Salvation of Infants, 378; Salvation of the Heathen, 382.

Zwinglian Confessions, 361.

 

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