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Cab: 12, 289

Cabala: 2, 326-331; 6, 59; 9, 499; 11, 8

Cabrera, J. B.: 11, 27

Cabrol, Fernand M.: 12, 550

Cadalus: 2, 331; 5, 354; 8, 490. See also Honorius II. antipope

Cadman, Samuel P.: 2, 331

Cadoc: 2, 331

Caduceus: 10, 369

Cæcilian Society: 10, 158

Cæcilianus: 3, 487; 5, 236

Cædmon: 2, 331-332; 5, 208, 209, 284

Cædwalla: 10, 361

Cælestius (Celestius): 8, 125, 438, 440, 441

Cærularius, Michael: 1, 389; 2, 332; 4, 50

Cæsar, on the Druids: 4, 9

Cæsarea: 10, 187

Cæsarea Philippi: 4, 437

Cæsarius of Arles: 1, 287; 2, 332-334; 9, 123, 161; 10, 348

of Heisterbach: 2, 334-335; 3, 121

of Speyer: 4, 356, 357

Cæsaropapism: 2, 335

Cagots: 8, 147

Cahier, P. V. P.: 2, 461

Caiaphas: 2, 335; 9, 274; 10, 204

Caiet, P. V. P.: 2, 461

Caillin, Saint, of Fenagh: 2, 335

Cain: 2, 336; 7, 366

Cainan: 10, 376, 377

Cainites: 1, 197; 2, 337; 8, 243; 10, 376

Caird, Edward: 9, 470; 12, 439

John: 2, 337; 9, 207, 470

Cairns, John: 2, 337; 9, 210

Caius: 2, 337-338

Cajetan, Thomas: 2, 338

Cajetans. See Theatines

Calah: 1, 324, 325; 8, 179

Calamy, Benjamin: 2, 339

Edmund: 2, 339; 9, 183

Edmund, the Elder: 2, 339

Edmund, the Younger: 2, 339

Calandio, patriarch: 9, 43

Calandion: 7, 476

Calas, Jean: 9, 378

Calasanze, José: 9, 50

Calatrava, Order of: 1, 111; 2, 340

Caldecott, Alfred: 2, 340

Calderwood, David: 2, 340

Henry: 2, 341

Caleb: 2, 341; 8, 285

Caleb Afendopolo: 6, 299

Calebites: 2, 341; 6, 247; 8, 371

Calendar Brethren: 2, 342

Christian: 2, 342-345; 3, 114

Hebrew: 3, 367

Calendaria: 1, 27

Calendars, ecclesiastical: 2, 342

Calf, the Golden: 2, 345

Calf-worship: 1, 96; 2, 345-346; 6, 125

Caligula: 1, 195; 4, 421

Calixtines: 5, 419

Calixtus I., Pope: 2, 347; 7, 458; 8, 199

Calixtus II.: 2, 347; 3, 147, 210; 5, 486

Calixtus III.: 2, 348

Calixtus III., antipope: 2, 348

Calixtus, Friedrich U.: 2, 349; 11, 221

Georg: 2, 348; 5, 386; 6, 15; 9, 34; 11, 218, 219, 220

Call to Prayer, Mohammedan: 8, 50

Callaway, Henry: 2, 349

Callegari, Giuseppe: 2, 349

Callenberg, Johann H.: 2, 349; 9, 65

Calligraphy, Hebrew: 2, 95

Calling: 2, 350, 351; 5, 450, 451

Earthly: 2, 351

Calmet, Augustin: 2, 351

Calneh: 8, 179

Calovius, Abraham: 2, 352-353; 3, 219; 6, 15; 11, 219, 220, 222, 223

Calvarists: 2, 353

Calvary. See Holy Sepulcher

Calvary, Mt., Priests of: 2, 353

daughters of: 2, 353

nuns of: 2, 353

Orders of: 2, 353

Calvert, George: 10, 78

James: 2, 353

Calvin, John: 2, 79, 80, 197, 353-359, 437, 438; 9, 297, 298; 12, 536

on amusements: 1, 43

on baptism: 1, 439, 446

Beza and: 2, 81

on the Bible: 9, 297

on the Church: 3, 84, 230

on church discipline: 3, 87, 88

church orders of: 1, 85

on dogma: 3, 475

on free will: 12, 356

on hymnody: 5, 427, 428

on infant salvation: 5, 491

on inspiration: 6, 15

on kenosis: 6, 317

on the keys: 6, 328

on the kingdom: 6, 337

liturgy of: 7, 38

on notes of the Church: 8, 196

as preacher: 9, 166

on predestination: 9, 197

on presbyterate: 9, 203

on providence: 9, 309

as reformer: 9, 421

on religious toleration: 6, 477

and Servetus: 2, 357; 10, 371-372

on threefold office of Christ: 6, 173

on ubiquity: 12, 52

Calvin, on usury: 12, 119

Calvinism: 2, 359-364; 3, 3, 4, 475, 476, 477; 6, 403; 8, 131-135, 332; 9, 2, 4, 205-241, 369, 426; 12, 123

on adiaphora: 1, 43

five points of: 4, 321

Calvinistic doctrine of ministry: 3, 144

Methodist Church: 9, 236

Methodists: 5, 412; 7, 337; 9, 236; 12, 341

Camaldolensians (Camaldolese): 2, 364

Camaldolites: 2, 364

Camaldules (Camaldulians): 2, 364

Cambrai: 2, 365

Cambridge Divinity School: 11, 384

Episcopal Theological School: 11, 337

Platonists: 2, 365; 3, 319, 320, 476; 4, 493; 6, 420; 7, 500; 8, 5, 72; 9, 399; 10, 124, 461; 12, 337, 441

Theological School: 11, 370

Cambyses II.: 7, 274

Camel: 2, 366; 12, 427

Camera apostolica: 3, 324

Camerarius, Joachim: 2, 367

Camerlingo: 3, 324

Camermeister, Joachim: 2, 367

Cameron, George G.: 2, 367

John: 2, 367; 3, 475; 10, 213

Richard: 2, 368; 3, 290

Cameronians: 2, 368; 9, 209, 211

Camillians: 1, 89

Camillus de Lellis: 1, 89

Camisards: 2, 368-369; 6, 19

Camon: 6, 89; 8, 455

Camp Meetings: 2, 374

Campanella, Tomaso: 2, 370; 9, 141, 464

Campanius, John: 7, 84

Campanus, Johannes: 2, 370

Campbell, Alexander: 1, 474; 2, 370; 3, 45, 443; 8, 294

Archibald E.: 2, 372

George: 2, 372

John McL.: 2, 372; 3, 476; 9, 206; 10, 210

Reginald J.: 2, 372; 9, 186

Thomas: 3, 443

Campbellites: 2, 371; 3, 443-444

Campeggio (Campeggi, Campegio), Lorenzo: 2, 372

Campello, Count Enrico de: 2, 373

Campion, Edmund: 2, 373

Camus, Jean P.: 2, 374

Cana: 4, 421

Canaan, Canaanites: 1, 93; 2, 374; 3, 170, 383; 6, 51, 236, 237, 253-256; 8, 185; 9, 249

Canada: 2, 377-378

Baptists in: 1, 477-478

Mennonites in: 7, 305

Methodists in: 7, 352

Missions in: 7, 410

Presbyterians in: 9, 237-239

Protestants in: 2, 377

Roman Catholics in: 2, 377

Canalejas, José: 11, 26

Canary Islands: 1, 77

Candidian: 8, 125

Candidus, Pantaleon: 2, 378

Candlemas: 2, 379; 7, 222

Candler, Warren A.: 2, 379

Candles: 6, 486; 7, 222; 11, 299

Candlestick: 11, 245, 296

Candlish, Robert S.: 2, 379

Canisius (Canys, Conis), Peter: 2, 380; 6, 145; 12, 432

Canne, John: 2, 159

Cannon, G. Q.: 8, 17

Cano (Canus), Melchior: 2, 380; 6, 144

Canon: 2, 381

biblical: 1, 19-20, 214, 215; 2, 182; 4, 53

criticism of the: 2, 172, 182. See also Biblical criticism

Law: 2, 381; 3, 453; 5, 64, 291; 7, 213; 10, 236

law, Visigothic: 9, 123

Muratorian: 2, 100, 180; 3, 394; 8, 53-56

New Testament: 2, 393-399

Old Testament: 2, 388-393

of Scripture: 2, 388-399; 11, 217

Canoness: 2, 381

Canonesses of the Holy Sepulcher: 5, 331

Canonical age: 1, 83

Hours: 2, 47, 263, 400; 3, 203; 7, 252; 8, 190; 9, 256; 10, 384; 11, 302; 12, 167

Canonization: 2, 400

Canons (of a cathedral): 3, 8

Apostolic Constitutions and: 1, 245; 2, 382; 3, 375; 9, 489, 491

of the Holy Ghost: 5, 326

of the Holy Sepulcher: 5, 331

of St. Genevieve: 4, 451

of textual criticism: 2, 111-112

Canossa: 5, 61

Canova, Antonio: 10, 314

Canstein Bible Institute: 2, 90, 401; 4, 368; 9, 58

Canstein, Karl H., Baron von: 2, 400

Cantacuzenus: 8, 307

Cantata: 10, 159

Canterbury: 2, 401

primacy of: 2, 223, 401

see of: 1, 364; 4, 137

Cantharus: 2, 401

Canticle of the Blessed Virgin: 7, 128

Canticles: 11, 1-4

Canton Theological Seminary: 11, 392

Cantor: 2, 401; 3, 9

Cantoris, Ægidius: 5, 352

Canus (Cano), Melchior: 2, 380; 6, 144

Canute: 11, 148, 174

Cape Colony: 1, 65; 2, 402; 7, 396

Dutch Reformed Church in: 9, 432

Cape Verde Islands: 1, 77

Capecelatro, Alfonso: 2, 402

Capellanus: 3, 5

Capen, Elmer H.: 2, 403

Capen, S. B.: 8, 33

Capernaum: 2, 403

Caperolani: 4, 360

Caperolo, Pietro: 4, 360

Capers, Ellison: 2, 404

Caphtor: 2, 404; 9, 35

Caphtorim: 2, 404; 11, 247

Capistrano, Giovanni di: 2, 404; 4, 360; 9, 164

Capital offenses, Hebrew: 6, 430

Punishment: 2, 405-407; 10, 426; 12, 466

Capito, Wolfgang: 2, 61, 407; 6, 302; 8, 223; 9, 444; 12, 120, 397-399

Capitula Angilramni: 9, 347

Capitularies: 2, 408

Capnion, Johannes: 9, 499

Cappadocia: 1, 317

Cappadocian school: 1, 125

Cappel, Jacques, the Third: 2, 409

Louis, the Elder: 2, 409

Louis, Jr.: 1, 160; 2, 94, 324, 409; 5, 217

Cappellari, B. A.: 5, 67

Cappellus: 2, 409

Capreolus, Johannes: 2, 410; 10, 266

Captivity of the Jews. See Israel, History of

Capuchin Sisters: 3, 125

Capuchins: 2, 410; 4, 360; 10, 19

Capupper, Johann: 5, 1

Caputiati: 2, 411

Caraccioli, Galeazzo: 2, 411

Caracciolo, Roberto: 9, 165

Caraffa, G. P.: 2, 412; 8, 396

Caravaggio: 8, 305

Carbuncle: 9, 190

Carchemish: 2, 412

Cardale, John B.: 2, 412

Cardinal virtues: 12, 214

Cardinals: 3, 324, 370; 9, 129, 130

Carey, Lott: 1, 71

William: 1, 465; 2, 412; 5, 477; 7, 407, 408; 9, 184

Cargill, Donald: 2, 413

Caribbean Islands: 12, 315

Carim: 9, 35

Carlile, Wilson: 2, 413; 3, 76; 10, 474

Carloman: 6, 198

Carlstadt, Andreas R. B. von: 1, 213, 215; 2, 180, 413; 4, 65; 8, 64, 223; 12, 538

Johann: 3, 499

Carlyle, Thomas: 2, 416

Thomas (Irvingite): 2, 417, 459

Carmel: 2, 417; 8, 311

of Judah: 6, 249

Carmelites: 2, 418; 8, 71

Carmen ad Flavium Felicem de resurrectione mortuorum: 9, 100

ad senatorem ex Christiana religione ad idola conversum: 9, 100

adversus Flavianum: 9, 100

adversus Marcionem: 9, 99

de fratribus septem Macchabæis interfectis ab Antiocho Epiphane: 9, 100

de Genesi: 9, 100

de Jesu Christo et de homine: 9, 100

de Jona: 9, 100

de judicio Domini: 9, 100

de laudibus Domini: 9, 100

de lege Domini: 9, 100

de nativitate, vita, passione, et resurrectione Domini: 9, 100

de passione Domini: 9, 100

de pascha: 9, 100

de providentia divina: 9, 100

Carmina de Sodoma: 9, 100

Carnelian: 9, 190

Carnesecchi, Pietro: 6, 68

Carniola, Reformation in: 5, 493; 12, 26, 27

Caro, Joseph: 6, 61

Caroli, Pierre: 2, 357

Caroline Books: 1, 51; 2, 419-422; 3, 14; 10, 176

Islands: 7, 402; 11, 15

Carolstadt, A. R. B. von: 2, 413-415

Carpenter, Joseph E. : 2, 422

Lant: 2, 422; 12, 83

Mary: 2, 422; 9, 261

William B.: 2, 422; 9, 354

Carpentry, Hebrew: 5, 142

Carpets: 8, 350, 351

Carpocrates: 2, 423

Carpocratians: 2, 423

Carpov, Jacob: 9, 396

Carpzov, Benedikt: 2, 423

Johann B.: 2, 424

Johann B., the Elder: 2, 424; 4, 367; 9, 55, 167, 168, 396; 11, 201

Johann B., the Younger: 2, 424

Johann G.: 2, 424

Samuel B.: 2, 424

Carranza, Bartolomé: 2, 425

Carrasco, Antonio: 2, 425

Carré , J. P. de Pont: 2, 374

Carroll, B. H.: 11, 348

Henry K.: 2, 425

John: 2, 426

John J.: 2, 426

Carson, Alexander: 2, 426

Carstares, William: 2, 426

Carter, James: 2, 427

Carterius: 9, 43

Cartesianism: 3, 409-410; 12, 221

Carthage: 9, 19

Synods of: 2, 222, 383, 427; 8, 193, 200, 441, 442; 9, 494; 10, 347, 349

Carthusians: 2, 428

Cartwright, Peter: 2, 430

Thomas: 2, 430-432; 3, 232, 375; 9, 367

Carus, Paul: 2, 432; 9, 141

Cary, Alice: 2, 432

George L.: 2, 432

Henry F.: 2, 433

Phœbe: 2, 432

Caryl, Joseph: 2, 433

Casal, Gaspar do: 7, 234

Casali del Drago, G. B.: 2, 433

Casañas y Pagès, Salvatore: 2, 433

Casas, Bartolomé de las. See Las Casas

Casaubon, Isaac: 2, 433

Caselius, Johannes: 2, 433; 5, 309

Casians (Spanish sect): 3, 270

Casianus (Cassianus): 3, 270

Caspar, abbot of St. Gall: 10, 171

Caspari, Carl P.: 2, 434

K. H.: 9, 176

Walter: 2, 434

Cassander, Georgius: 2, 434

Cassel, Conference of: 2, 435

convention of: 12, 163

Cassel, Paulus S.: 2, 435

Cassels, W. R.: 11, 166

Cassetta, Francesco di P.: 2, 435

Cassian, Martyr): 2, 435

rule of: 7, 466

Cassianus, Johannes: 2, 435; 7, 465, 466; 9, 282; 10, 347; 12, 96

Julius: 3, 460; 4, 125

Cassiodorus (Cassiodorius), Magnus A.: 1, 284; 2, 47, 436; 3, 441; 7, 466

Cassius of Tyre: 9, 15

Castagna, G. B.: 12, 106

Castanets: 10, 151

Caste: 2, 247, 293; 5, 47, 473

Castell, Edmund: 2, 437

Castellamare: 2, 487

Castellio, Sebastianus: 2, 80, 357, 437; 10, 373

Castenpauer: 1, 92

Castiglioni, F. S.: 9, 82

Castor, Saint: 2, 438

Casuistry: 2, 438; 3, 225; 4, 39, 40; 6, 146

antinomian: 1, 197

Pharisaic: 8, 208

Casus Reservati: 2, 439

Caswall, Edward: 2, 439

Catabaptists. See Anabaptists

Catacombs: 2, 481, 482, 488; 8, 301

Catafalque: 2, 440

Cataldus: 2, 440

Catalogus Liberianus: 6, 472

Cataphrygians: 7, 486

Catechesis: 2, 440; 10, 48, 49; 11, 160, 161

Catechetical Schools: 1, 124

Catechetics: 2, 357, 440; 4, 125; 8, 66-68

Catechism, Genevan: 12, 536

Larger: 12, 327

Parsee: 12, 533, 534

Scotch: 12, 327

Shorter: 12, 327

Catechisms: 2, 442-449; 4, 108; 11, 152; 12, 326, 327, 493, 533, 534, 536

Westminster: 12, 326

Catechumenate: 2, 449-451; 8, 66

Catenæ: 2, 451-453; 9, 265

Cathach Psalter: 8, 302

Cathari: 1, 102, 117; 3, 480; 5, 95, 227; 6, 419; 8, 145-147, 279; 10, 137

Catharine II., of Russia: 10, 76

Catharine of France: 9, 421

saint, of Alexandria: 2, 453

Saint, of Bologna: 2, 453

Saint, of Genoa: 2, 453

Saint, the Martyr: 2, 453

Saint, of Sienna: 2, 454, 455; 12, 417

Saint, of Sweden: 2, 456

Catharine de' Ricci, Saint: 2, 454

Catharinus, Ambrosius: 2, 456

Cathcart, William: 2, 456

Cathedra: 2, 456

Cathedral: 2, 457; 8, 355

chapter: 3, 7-9

hospitals: 10, 468

Catherina de Jesus: 1, 135

Catherine de' Medici: 3, 157

Catholic: 2, 457

Apostolic Church: 2, 412, 417, 457-459; 4, 10; 7, 376

Copts: 10, 77

Emancipation: 2, 459

Epistles: 2, 394, 460

Gallican Church: 7, 52

league: 3, 16

meaning of: 3, 80

Catholicism, German: 4, 466

Greco-Latin: 10, 72

medieval Latin: 10, 72

primitive: 3, 79

Roman: 3, 81; 10, 100

Catholics, Reformed: 9, 425

Catholicus: 2, 460

Cattle: 8, 371-373

Cavagnis, Felice: 2, 460

Cavalier, Jean: 2, 369

Cavalieri di Santo Spirito: 5, 326

Cavalry: 12, 267, 268

Cave of Bethlehem: 2, 75

dwellers: 4, 481; 5, 378

Cave, Alfred: 2, 460

William: 2, 461

Caves: 5, 378

Cavicchioni, Benjamin: 2, 461

Cayenne: 5, 93

Cayet, Pierre V. P.: 2, 461

Cazalla, Augustino: 2, 461; 11, 30

Ceadda, Saint: 2, 461

Cecil, Richard: 2, 462

Cecilia, Saint: 2, 462

Cecrops: 10, 368

Cedars of Lebanon: 6, 435

Cedd (Cedda), Saint: 2, 462

Ceillier, Remy: 2, 462

Cele, Johannes: 2, 463

Celebes: 7, 139, 140

Celestine I., Pope: 2, 463, 469, 470; 7, 236; 8, 125; 10, 348

Celestine II.: 1, 9; 2, 463

Celestine III.: 2, 463; 4, 334

Celestine IV.: 2, 463

Celestine V.: 2, 223, 464; 4, 359

Celestines: 2, 464

Celestius: 8, 440, 441, 442

Celibacy: 1, 151; 2, 465-466; 11, 125, 126, 307. See also Monasticism

Celidonius of Besançon: 6, 449

Cell: 2, 466

Cella, Peter: 12, 245

Cellarius: 2, 236; 6, 307

Cellensis, Petrus: 8, 489

Cellerarius: 3, 9

Cellites (Cellitæ). See Alexians

Celsus: 2, 466-467; 8, 468

Celtic Bible versions: 2, 135

Christianity: 2, 259, 468-479

Church in Britain and Ireland: 2, 468-480; 4, 131

Church canons: 2, 383

manuscripts: 2, 165

tonsure: 2, 473; 4, 10; 11, 465

Cemeteries: 2, 480-492; 3, 113-114

Cennick, John: 7, 334

Censer: 2, 493

Censorship and Prohibition of Books: 2, 493; 8, 162; 9, 79

Census: 2, 493; 9, 375

Census Beati Petri: 8, 498

Centos: 9, 262

Central Africa Protectorate: 1, 66

Central America: 2, 496

Baptists in: 1, 478

concordats with: 3, 217

missions in: 7, 401, 411

Central Bible Society: 2, 91

Oceania, missions in: 7, 402

Theological Seminary: 9, 437; 11, 387

Wesleyan College: 11, 367

Wesleyan Theological Seminary: 11, 367

Centurione, Virginia: 2, 353; 12, 411

Cenwulf of Mercia: 8, 498

Ceolfrid, Saint: 1, 38; 2, 475, 496

Cerastes: 10, 367

Cerdo (Cerdon): 2, 496; 7, 172

Ceremonial mutilations and marks: 7, 62, 63

Ceremonies, Roman Catholic: 10, 71

Ceridwen: 2, 266

Cerinthus: 2, 496; 5, 30; 6, 203, 206; 12, 208

Gospel of: 1, 227

and Johannine writings: 1, 135

Certitude, Christian: 4, 369

Cervini, Marcello: 7, 170

Cesare: 1, 119

Cesarini, Giuliano: 2, 497

Cévennes, Prophets of the: 6, 19

Ceylon, Baptists in: 1, 479

missions in: 1, 479; 7, 399

Chabons, J. P. de: 6, 230

Chad, Saint: 2, 461

Chaderton, Laurence: 2, 497

Chadwick, John W.: 2, 497

Chains of St. Peter, Feast of the: 8, 488

Chair, episcopal: 8, 350, 351

Chaitanya: 2, 497; 5, 475, 476

Chalcedon: 2, 497; 3, 255; 4, 218; 7, 474; 12, 563

Chalcedonian creed: 10, 89; 12, 564

theology: 1, 292-293; 3, 53; 6, 286; 8, 118

Chalcedony: 9, 190, 191

Chaldea. See Babylonia

Chaldean Christians: 8, 122

period: 1, 408

Chaldeans: 1, 331, 408

Chaldis: 1, 289

Chalice: 12, 167

Challoner, Richard: 2, 498

Chalmers, James: 2, 498; 11, 17

Thomas: 2, 498; 3, 477; 9, 185, 213; 10, 299, 474

Chamberlain, Jacob: 2, 499

Leander T.: 2, 500

Chambers, Talbot W.: 2, 500

Chamier, Daniel: 3, 1

Chaminade, W. J.: 10, 487

Champagni, Pierre de: 5, 504

Champollion, J. F.: 4, 91; 6, 6

Chancel: 3, 1; 8, 350

Chancery, Apostolic: 3, 1

Chandieu, Antoine de la R.: 3, 1

Chandler, Edward: 3, 2

Samuel: 3, 2

Change of Confession: 3, 2

Channing, William E.: 3, 3, 58; 8, 136, 426; 9, 187; 11, 342; 12, 83, 84

William H.: 3, 4

Chantal, Jeanne F. F. de: 7, 313; 8, 71; 12, 216, 417

Chantepie de la Saussaye, P. D.: 3, 4

Chantry: 3, 5

Chapel: 3, 5

Chapin, Edwin H.: 3, 5

Chaplain: 3, 5

Chapman, J. Wilbur: 3, 7; 10, 13

Chappuis, Jean: 2, 386

Chapter: 3, 7-9; 10, 332

courts: 3, 10

divisions of Bible: 2, 94, 113-114

Character: 3, 10

Charcot, J. M.: 9, 353

Chariot: 12, 160, 267, 268

Charis: 5, 41

Charismata: 3, 11, 79; 9, 275

Charity, Brothers of: 3, 12

Christian: 3, 12; 10, 466

organizations: 10, 482

Sisters of: 3, 12; 4, 141; 10, 84

Sisters of, of St. Charles: 3, 13

Sisters of, of St. Vincent de Paul: 3, 13

Charlemagne: 1, 50-51, 111, 112; 2, 124, 420, 443; 3, 13-15; 5, 327; 6, 398, 450; 7, 19, 239; 9, 69, 127; 10, 176, 218, 219

donation of: 1, 50-51; 8, 334

evangelary of: 8, 302

on Sunday: 11, 145

Charles IV., emperor: 2, 86; 3, 240; 5, 505; 8, 216

Charles V., emperor: 1, 361, 363; 3, 15-17, 134, 217; 6, 21; 7, 257; 8, 395; 9, 422; 11, 25, 43, 44, 45

Charles I., of England: 3, 289, 290; 5, 222; 9, 369

Charles II., of England: 3, 290; 10, 471

Charles VI., of France: 2, 42; 11, 55

Charles VII., of France: 9, 151; 10, 215

Charles VIII., of France: 1, 118-119; 2, 142; 3, 212; 10, 215

Charles IX., of France: 5, 396

Charles II., of Inner Austria: 5, 493

Charles II., of Naples: 2, 244, 464

Charles IX., of Sweden: 11, 179

Charles XI., of Sweden: 11, 179, 180

Charles XII., of Sweden: 4, 315; 11, 180, 183, 184

Charles of Anjou: 3, 132; 7, 212

the Bald: 6, 198; 7, 68; 9, 403

Bible of: 8, 302

the Fat: 11, 83

Albert of Italy: 12, 250, 251

Martel: 2, 227; 7, 436

Saint, Sisters of Charity of: 3, 13

Charles, Elizabeth: 3, 18

Robert H.: 3, 18

Thomas: 2, 88; 3, 18; 9, 219

Charm: 4, 5; 11, 7

Charnel-house: 3, 114

Charnock, Stephen: 3, 18

Charpentier, Hubert: 2, 353

Charran: 1, 255

Charron, Pierre: 3, 19

Charter: 9, 473

Charteris, Archibald H.: 3, 19, 378; 9, 207, 208

Chartres, school of: 12, 362

Chartreuse: 2, 429

Chase, Frederick H.: 3, 19

Irah: 3, 19; 11, 346

Chasidim: 3, 20; 5, 164

Chastel, Étienne L.: 3, 21

Chastity: 3, 21

Chasuble: 3, 22; 12, 170

Châteillon, Sebastien: 2, 437

Châtel, Ferdinand F.: 3, 22

Chauncy, Charles: 3, 22; 8, 136

Chautauqua Institution: 3, 23; 11, 163

Chavasse, Francis J.: 3, 23

Chayla, F. de L. de: 2, 369

Chebar: 1, 403; 4, 253

Chedorlaomer: 1, 407; 4, 102

Cheetham, Samuel: 3, 23

Cheke, Sir John: 3, 24

Chelćic Brethren: 2, 213

Chemarim: 9, 248

Chemnitz, Christian: 10, 230

Martin: 1, 108; 3, 24, 180; 6, 15; 12, 53

Chemosh: 3, 25; 7, 425

Cheney, Charles E.: 3, 26; 9, 284, 434

Chephirah: 6, 251

Cherbury, E. H., Lord: 8, 391, 392

Cherethites: 2, 404; 8, 26, 362; 9, 35, 36

Cherub, Cherubim: 1, 176, 285, 307; 10, 114

Cheshire, Joseph B., Jr.: 3, 27

Chesselius, Johannes: 6, 321

Chevalerie, H. A. de la: 9, 51

Chevalier, P.: 9, 174

Cheyne, Thomas K.: 3, 27

Cheynell, Francis: 3, 27

Chezard, J. M.: 12, 411

Chi Rho: 6, 167, 168; 8, 176, 343; 11, 206

Chiaramonti, Luigi: 9, 81

Chicago, Divinity School of the University of: 11, 337, 343

Theological Seminary: 11, 337, 351

Theological Seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at: 11, 358

University of: 11, 344

Chicago-Lambeth articles: 1, 43; 4, 413; 6, 403; 9, 285; 12, 343

Chief good: 10, 495

Chiemsee, Bishopric of: 3, 27

Chieregati (Francisco): 1, 55

Chiersey, synod of: 8, 195, 481

Chigi, Fabio.. See Alexander VII.

Childebert: 10, 467

Children, desire for: 4, 276

play of: 4, 428

as sacrifices: 9, 18

Children's Aid Society of New York: 2, 244

bibles: 2, 163

communion: 7, 39

crusade: 3, 316

Special Service Mission: 11, 478

Chile: 3, 28

missions in: 7, 411

Protestantism in: 3, 28

Roman Catholics in: 3, 28

Chiliasm.. See Millennium, Millenarianism

Chillingworth, William: 3, 28; 9, 183

Chillon, prisoner of: 2, 230

Chilperic: 2, 307

Chimere: 12, 172

China: 3, 29-36; 10, 443

accommodation in: 1, 24

Christianity in: 1, 24; 3, 32-36; 7, 470-471; 10, 27; 12, 553

Evangelization Society: 11, 283

inland mission: 11, 283

Jesuits in: 1, 154; 2, 44; 3, 32, 33, 135; 4, 287; 7, 400

Jews in: 10, 443

missions in: 3, 32-36; 7, 400; 12, 553

Nestorians in: 8, 120, 121

Protestantism in: 3, 33-36

Roman Catholics in: 3, 32, 33

star-worship in: 11, 69

Chinese Bible: 10, 236

Chiniquy, Charles P. T.: 3, 36; 9, 181

Chinnereth, sea of: 4, 422; 8, 312

Chinvat bridge: 12, 532

Chiun: 9, 483

Chlotildis: 12, 415

Chodowiecki, Daniel: 8, 305

Choir: 1, 268, 269; 3, 37

Choisy, Jacques E.: 3, 37

Choral: 10, 155

chant: 10, 156

Chorazin: 4, 421

Chorepiscopus: 3, 37; 8, 353, 354

Choreutæ: 7, 322

Chorgerichte: 3, 10

Chorizantes: 3, 346

Cho-sen: 6, 373-375

Chosroes I: 12, 529

Chosrov the Great: 1, 291

Chovevei Zion Societies: 12, 517

Chrischona: 11, 54

Chrism: 3, 37; 5, 335; 10, 145

Chrismal: 3, 37; 8, 350

Chrisom: 3, 37

Christ, body of: 12, 542

brethren in: 10, 54

brethren of: 1, 196

deity of: 1, 279

Disciples of: 2, 371; 3, 443

narrative of the legal priesthood of: 1, 227

offices of: 10, 492

Order of: 3, 37; 11, 292

person of: 12, 464

ubiquity of: 1, 128

See also Jesus Christ; Christology

Christ, Paul: 3, 38

Christadelphians: 3, 38

Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerken: 5, 320

Christentumsgesellschaft, Die Deutsche: 3, 38; 9, 66; 12, 109, 110

Christian: 3, 39

Christian II., of Denmark: 4, 105; 11, 178

Christian III.: 9, 423

Christian of Prussia: 9, 314; 11, 311

Christian archeology: 1, 262

art: 1, 140, 141, 142, 150, 182, 305-306, 455; 3, 313; 7, 223, 224; 8, 301-306, 350; 9, 363; 10, 311-314; 11, 205, 208-210

Brotherhood for Disseminating the Holy Scriptures: 2, 91

Brothers: 3, 39; 10, 84

burial: 2, 307, 480-492; 3, 113-114

calendar: 2, 342-345; 3, 114

Catholic Apostolic Church in Zion: 3, 40, 498

Catholic Church of Switzerland: 8, 231; 11, 195

certitude: 4, 369

Christian charity: 3, 12

Church: 3, 77-85

Church, apostolic: 7, 389

Church (of O'Kelly): 8, 230

churches, early form of: 2, 1

Commission, U. S.: 3, 40

Connection: 3, 45-46

congregation: 7, 390

decorative art: 8, 301-306

Doctrine, Society of: 3, 40

Endeavor Society: 3, 41; 12, 483, 484

Endeavor, Young People's Societies of: 12, 483-484

era: 4, 162

ethics: 4, 187-191

feasts and festivals. See Feasts, ecclesiastical

history: 3, 97. See Church History

hymnody, early: 6, 425; 8, 497

illustrative art: 8, 301-306

inscriptions: 6, 8

Israelite Church: 7, 390

life, early: 1, 245

Literature Society for China: 11, 478

Literature Society for India: 11, 478

Love, Brothers of: 5, 295

mission: 10, 180

and Missionary Alliance: 3, 41

Missionary Association: 3, 41

painting: 8, 301-306

Philadelphic Society: 2, 321

poetry, early: 1, 36, 257, 375, 388; 2, 65, 66, 331, 332; 3, 171, 330; 4, 345; 5, 284, 285, 385; 6, 288; 8, 190, 191, 268, 420, 497; 9, 262, 282, 313, 377; 10, 89-90, 333, 402-403; 11, 4-5

Reformed Church: 9, 425

Reformed Church, in Holland: 5, 320, 321

Reformed Theological Seminary: 11, 390

Schools, Brothers of the: 3, 39

schools, early: 11, 152

Science: 4, 78; 10, 288-297; 12, 550, 551, 573

service in war: 12, 265

Social Union: 3, 43; 10, 475; 12, 65, 66

Socialism: 3, 42-44

Union: 3, 44

Union of the Universalist Church: 12, 483

use of magic: 7, 126

year: 2, 342-345

Zion Church of Christ, Free: 7, 391

Christiani, Arnold: 3, 45

Pablo: 6, 177

Christianity in Abyssinia: 1, 19-21

among the Alemanni: 1, 114; 2, 227; 3, 166

in Alexandria: 1, 124

ancient: 3, 77-81, 86, 97, 106, 143, 144, 370, 374; 4, 48; 8, 259-267, 353-355, 470, 471; 9, 201, 202, 252

in Arabia: 1, 253

in Argentina: 1, 277

in Armenia: 1, 291-295; 12, 45

in Australia: 1, 376

in Austria: 1, 378-382

among the Avars: 1, 386

among the Bavarians: 2, 13, 14, 227; 3, 270; 10, 115, 116

in Belgium: 2, 32-33

in Bolivia: 2, 218

in Brazil: 2, 255, 256; 12, 189

Buddhism and: 2, 295

among the Bulgarians: 2, 298, 299

among the Burgundians: 2, 307; 3, 166

in Burma: 2, 310, 311

Cabala and: 2, 330

in Canada: 2, 377, 378

in Carinthia: 10, 380, 381

in Chile: 3, 28

in China: 3, 32-36; 7, 470

in Colombia: 3, 163

among the Czechs: 12, 298

in Denmark: 1, 191; 3, 405; 4, 58

in Ecuador: 4, 73

in Egypt: 3, 266-269; 4, 93, 94

in England: 1, 179-180; 2, 468-477; 8, 284

in Finland: 4, 313-315; 11, 99

in France: 4, 351-354

among the Franks: 2, 227; 3, 270; 9, 481

in Friesland: 1, 147; 2, 227; 4, 399; 6, 504; 12, 373

fundamental doctrines of: 4, 411-413

among the Gauls: 11, 319

gentile: 8, 261-267

in Germany: 4, 470-473; 12, 4

in Northern Germany: 5, 130

among the Goths: 5, 32, 33; 12, 56

in Greece: 5, 50, 51

in Greenland: 3, 406; 4, 84, 85

in Guiana: 5, 93

in the Hawaiian Islands: 5, 174

in Holland: 5, 319

in Hungary: 5, 407-409

in Iceland: 5, 435

in India: 5, 47, 88, 476-478

among the Indians: 4, 108, 109; 5, 480-484; 12, 501

in Ireland: 2, 469-475; 6, 28

in Italy: 6, 65-70

in Japan: 6, 103-109

Jewish: 8, 254-261

in Korea: 6, 374, 375

among the Lapps; 6, 415; 11, 99

among the Letts: 1, 108

among the Livonians: 1, 108

among the Lombards: 3, 13, 14

in Madagascar: 1, 77, 78; 7, 120-122

in Mainz: 7, 132

in Mecklenburg-Schwerin: 7, 267

medieval: 3, 97

in Mexico: 7, 359

modern: 3, 98

among the Mongols: 7, 470, 471

in New Zealand: 8, 150

in Norway: 8, 194, 195

among the Norwegian Finns: 12, 321

ordeals in: 8, 251, 252

in Paraguay: 8, 349

in Persia: 7, 470; 8, 470-474

in Peru: 8, 475

in the Philippine Islands: 9, 30, 31

and Platonism: 9, 88-91

in Poland: 2, 286; 6, 329; 9, 104-108; 12, 300

in Portugal: 9, 138-140

in Prussia: 2, 286; 9, 314, 315

Christianity in Russia: 10, 117-123

in Salzburg: 10, 182

among the Saxons: 6, 436; 10, 218, 219

in Schaumburg-Lippe: 10, 228

in Scotland: 3, 165, 166; 4, 84; 10, 299-301

in Servia: 10, 373

and slavery: 10, 450-453

among the Slavs: 3, 337; 7, 370; 12, 298

in the South Sea Islands: 11, 14-19

in Spain: 11, 23, 24, 460

and stenography: 11, 77-79

among the Suevi: 11, 130

in Sweden: 1, 191, 192; 11, 174-182

in Switzerland: 11, 190-197

in Syria: 11, 231-237

in Thessalonica: 11, 414

in Thuringia: 2, 227; 11, 436

in Turkestan: 7, 471

in Turkey: 12, 39-41

in the United States: 12, 86-91

in Uruguay: 12, 113

among the Vandals: 12, 141

in Venezuela: 12, 161

among the Wends: 12, 299, 300

in the West Indies: 12, 315-319

Christians: 3, 45-46

Persecutions of: 1, 162; 2, 29; 3, 331, 385, 433, 434, 484; 5, 275; 6, 105-101; 7, 16, 17, 175, 259; 8, 116, 117, 121, 178, 179, 467-469, 470; 9, 71; 10, 358, 359; 12, 135, 241, 242, 245, 248, 249, 250. See also Persecutions

of St. John: 7, 146

of St. Thomas: 8, 120; 10, 75

Christie, Francis A.: 3, 46

Christlich-socialer Verein: 11, 100

Christlieb, Theodor: 3, 46

Christmas: 3, 47-48; 4, 289; 12, 490-492

hymn: 10, 89

plays: 9, 478

Christmastide: 12, 490

Christo Sacrum: 3, 48

Christocentric Christianity: 7, 312

theology: 11, 398

Christology: 1, 48-50, 124, 125, 203-205, 230, 278-281, 300; 2, 436; 3, 49-65, 179-181, 333, 364, 435, 439; 4, 57, 70, 211, 216-219, 337, 465, 479; 5, 17, 71, 72, 81, 357; 6, 173, 176, 262, 315-319; 7, 12-14, 170, 171, 261, 269, 270, 312, 453-461, 474-484; 8, 124-125, 218, 219, 273, 494; 9, 43, 362; 10, 115, 243, 286, 294, 307, 426, 491; 11, 342, 394, 395, 494-501; 12, 50-54, 201-214, 286, 312, 463, 560-569

Gnostic: 2, 1-2, 423, 496-497; 12, 208

Ortlibian: 8, 279

Pauline: 8, 402, 403

Petrine: 8, 481

Swedenborgian: 11, 186, 187

Christophany: 11, 403

Christopher, Duke of Wuerttemberg: 3, 66; 7, 256; 9, 103; 10, 287, 328

Christopher, Saint: 3, 65

Christophorus, Pope: 3, 66

Christos Pashon: 9, 100

Christotokos: 3, 53

Christus patiens: 9, 100

Chrobry, Boleslaw: 9, 105

Chrodegang: 3, 7, 67; 9, 161

Chromatius: 3, 67

Chronicle, Babylonian: 1, 327

Chronicles, Book of: 3, 68-71

Chronicon Paschale: 3, 71

Chronological tables: 3, 99

Chronology: 1, 327, 404; 4, 88; 6, 36, 37, 254, 256, 340, 341; 7, 148; 8, 398-400; 10, 173, 221; 11, 442-448; 12, 264, 490-492

Assyrian: 1, 327; 6, 36, 37; 11, 445

Babylonian: 1, 404; 11, 447

Egyptian: 4, 88; 11, 447

Hebrew: 6, 36, 37, 254, 256, 340, 341; 11, 442-448

Mandæan: 7, 148

of Paul's life: 8, 398-400

Chrysanthos, Notaras: 3, 71

Chrysippos: 9, 462

Chrysolite: 9, 190, 191

Chrysologus, Petrus: 3, 71

Chrysoprase: 9, 190

Chrysorrhoas: 6, 208

Chrysostom: 1, 202, 210, 257; 2, 85, 452; 3, 47, 72-75, 342; 7, 32, 232; 9, 494; 10, 447; 11, 37, 320, 406

Chubb, Thomas: 3, 75, 394; 9, 400

Chur, Bishopric of: 3, 75

Church of America: 7, 350

Army: 2, 413; 3, 76; 10, 474; 12, 558

art and: 1, 305

Augustine on the: 3, 81

Building, Taxation for: 3, 76

buildings: 1, 264-272; 4, 264

Calvin on the: 2, 356

and capital punishment: 2, 406

Chest: 3, 77

the Christian: 3, 77-85. See also Church, Doctrine of the

consecration of: 11, 207

Council: 3, 85

of Daniel's Band: 7, 391

of the Desert: 9, 422

Diet, German Evangelical: 3, 85

Discipline: 3, 86-89. Also see Discipline, ecclesiastical

Divinity School of the Pacific: 11, 386

doctrine of the: 1, 99; 2, 65, 279, 280; 3, 77-85, 150, 332, 439, 444; 5, 294; 8, 259-267, 279, 374; 10, 102, 243, 426, 492; 11, 484; 12, 66, 151, 313, 464

doctrine of adoption: 1, 46-47

doctrines of baptism: 1, 436

dogma and the: 3, 470

of England. See England, Church of

deaconesses in: 3, 378

Society for Waifs and Strays: 10, 473

Extension Society: 3, 89

Fathers: 3, 90; 8, 388

Federation: 3, 90

funds: 4, 264

gnosticism and the: 4, 499

of God: 1, 57; 3, 91

of God and Saints of Christ: 3, 92

Government: 3, 92. See also Polity, ecclesiastical

historians: 3, 98; 10, 493

Church History: 2, 10; 3, 96; 8, 95-96

history, manuals of: 3, 99

history, stenography and: 11, 77-79

of Ireland: 6, 27

of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. See Mormons

of the Living God: 7, 1

Luther on the: 3, 83; 7, 77; 9, 114, 291, 294

maintenance: 3, 76

Manichean: 7, 157

Missionary Society: 7, 409; 11, 235; 12, 317

music: 1, 151, 152, 203; 5, 37, 57, 95, 140, 167, 240, 426; 7, 226; 8, 257-259, 320; 9, 364, 491; 10, 148-162, 359-360; 11, 254

notes of the: 8, 196

Occam on the: 8, 217, 218

and the O. T.: 2, 392-393

ordeals in: 8, 251, 252

Order: 3, 100

orders, German: 1, 84-85

orders, in Prussia: 1, 106-108

organization of the Early: 1, 245; 8, 259-267. See also Bishop and Polity, ecclesiastical

Patron Saint: 3, 100

philanthropy of: 10, 466-481

reform of: 1, 54; 3, 249, 441

Registers: 3, 101-103

Ritschl on: 10, 45

in Rome: 10, 72

of St. Mary, Bethlehem: 2, 74

and School: 3, 103-105

of Scotland: 9, 205-209; 10, 10, 300, 386; 11, 236

social service of the: 10, 466-482

and State: 2, 301, 381, 382; 3, 105-112, 159-160, 210-218, 230; 4, 137, 142, 236, 352, 425; 6, 272, 273; 9, 85, 113, 116, 269-271, 296, 301; 10, 51; 11, 55; 12, 87, 198, 199

Occam on: 8, 219

Wyclif on: 12, 457-459, 464

Triumphant: 3, 112, 185

under Alexander Severus: 1, 121

union: 9, 5; 12, 66-81. See also Succession, apostolic

Vatican doctrine of the: 12, 151

Visitations: 3, 112

Year: 2, 342-345; 3, 114

Church, Alfred J.: 3, 115

Richard W.: 3, 115

Churches, as asylums: 1, 337

consecration of: 3, 244

of God in Christ Jesus: 1, 57; 3, 92

of refuge: 5, 398

Churching of Women: 3, 115

Churchwardens: 3, 113

Churchyard: 3, 113

Chushan-rishathaim: 6, 253, 254; 8, 285

Chytræus, David: 3, 116; 8, 87

Ciaran, Saint, of Clonmacnoise: 3, 117

Saint, of Saigir: 3, 117

Cibo, G. B.: 5, 506

Ciborium: 1, 141; 3, 117; 12, 168

Cilice: 3, 117

Cilicia: 1, 317

Cilicium: 3, 117

Cimmerians: 7, 273; 11, 248. See also Gomer

Cincture: 12, 170

Circuit-wanderers: 5, 104

Circumcelliones: 3, 117, 488; 5, 104

Circumcision: 3, 117; 9, 280

of Christ, festival of: 8, 149; 12, 492

Cistercians: 1, 270; 2, 62, 334, 340; 3, 119-121, 147-148

Cisterns: 12, 276

Citeaux: 2, 48, 62

Cities in Palestine: 1, 498; 3, 122; 4, 420, 436; 6, 247-252; 7, 99-100; 8, 100, 454, 455; 9, 15-17, 35-38; 10, 186, 187

City Missions: 3, 123-124

of salt: 6, 249

Ciudad, Juan: 3, 12

Civil Jurisdiction of Church: 1, 360; 6, 271

law and canon law: 2, 381, 382

law, Hebrew: 6, 427

marriage: 7, 199, 200

Civilization, Babylonian: 1, 403

Claggett, John: 9, 283

Claiborne, William: 10, 78

Clairvaux: 2, 62-65

Clamanges, N. P.: 3, 131

Clap, Thomas: 3, 124

Clapham sect: 10, 472

Clara, Saint: 3, 125

Clare, Saint: 3, 125; 12, 416

Clarenbach. See Klarenbach

Clarendon code: 3, 272

constitutions of: 2, 21, 52

Clareni (Clarenini): 4, 359

Clares, Poor: 2, 125

Clark, Francis E.: 3, 125; 12, 484

G. R.: 10, 79

George W.: 3, 125

Thomas M.: 3, 126

William R.: 3, 126

Clarke, Adam: 2, 160; 3, 126

James F.: 3, 126; 12, 84

John: 1, 468; 3, 127

Samuel: 3, 127; 5, 8, 442; 7, 501; 9, 399; 12, 82

Clarkson, Thomas: 3, 128; 10, 453, 472

William N.: 3, 128; 10, 210

Class Meeting: 3, 129; 7, 334; 12, 308

Classicism: 10, 86

Claude, Jean: 3, 129; 9, 169

Claudianus, Mamertus: 3, 129

Claudius, Emperor: 3, 130; 8, 399

Claudius of Turin: 3, 130

Claudius, Matthias: 3, 130; 9, 173

Clausen, H. G.: 9, 173

Claver, Peter: 10, 78

Cleanness and uncleanness: 3, 386-390

Cleanthes: 9, 462

Clémanges, Nicholas P.: 3, 131

Clematius: 12, 112

Clemen, Carl C.: 3, 131

Clement I., pope. See Clement of Rome

Clement II.: 3, 132; 8, 490

Clement III.: 3, 132

Clement III., antipope. See Guibert of Ravenna

Clement IV., pope: 3, 132; 9, 493

Clement V.: 2, 386; 3, 132; 4, 359; 8, 237; 11, 291

Clement VI.: 3, 133; 4, 325; 6, 242; 8, 216

Clement VII.: 3, 133, 218; 8, 115; 10, 239

Clement VII., antipope: 3, 133; 12, 106

Clement VIII., pope: 1, 250; 2, 86, 126; 3, 41, 134, 159; 9, 494

Clement VIII., antipope: 3, 133

Clement IX., pope: 3, 135

Clement X.: 3, 135

Clement XI.: 2, 87, 369; 3, 33, 135, 218; 4, 141; 10, 93

Clement XII.: 3, 135

Clement XIII.: 3, 135; 6, 487

Clement XIV.: 3, 136

Clement: 3, 136

of Alexandria: 1, 210, 305; 2, 170, 393; 3, 47, 51, 137-139; 7, 229; 8, 328; 9, 88, 321, 463; 12, 96, 130, 134, 209

of Rome: 3, 139-141

epistles of: 2, 394; 3, 139-140

Clementina: 3, 141-143

Clementine Bible, Sixtine: 2, 125, 126

Cleomenes: 7, 458

Cleopatra: 10, 340, 398

Cleophas: 1, 137; 6, 90

Clerc, Jean Le: 3, 145

Clergy: 3, 143-145; 6, 398; 9, 202; 12, 465

Anglican: 4, 136, 137, 138

discipline of: 1, 1, 288; 3, 10, 86-89, 275, 391, 406

and education: 3, 105

and laity, distinction of: 1, 265; 8, 265, 266

Mandæan: 7, 149, 150

marriage of: 2, 465

and military service: 12, 265

remuneration of: 2, 51

secular jurisdiction over: 6, 270

taxation of: 11, 280

Clerici apostolici sancti Hieronymi Jesuati: 5, 275

Clericis laicos: 2, 225; 4, 424; 9, 23; 12, 62

Clericus (Leclerc), Johannes: 3, 145; 5, 393

Clerk: 3, 145

Clermont, Synods of: 3, 146, 315, 316

Clermont-Ganneau, C.: 7, 426

Cletus: 1, 163; 3, 139

Cleverness: 3, 146

Cleyne, Marten de: 7, 365

Clifford, Anne: 12, 417

John: 3, 146; 9, 186

Clifton, Richard: 3, 146, 232

Climacus, Johannes: 6, 196

Climate of Assyria: 1, 322

of Babylonia: 1, 397

of Jerusalem: 6, 131, 132

of Palestine: 8, 315

Clinical Baptlsm: 3, 146

Clinici: 3, 146

Cloak: 4, 4

Clonmore, Margaret: 12, 417

Closed time: 11, 298

Clovis: 1, 114, 165; 4, 373; 5, 33; 9, 481

Clowes, William: 2, 374; 7, 338

Cluniac reform: 10, 171

Cluny, Abbey of: 3, 146-148; 7, 466; 8, 496

Congregation of: 3, 146-148; 8, 496

Clyfton, Richard: 3, 146

Coadjutor: 3, 148

Coan, Titus M.: 3, 148; 5, 174; 10, 318

Coat: 4, 4

Coat of mail: 12, 268

Cobb, Henry N.: 3, 148

Sanford H.: 3, 149

Sylvanus: 3, 149

Coblenz articles: 4, 122

Cober, Gottlob: 9, 168

Cobham, Lord. See Oldcastle

Coburg-Gotha: 11, 435, 436

Cocceius, Johannes: 3, 149; 5, 202; 6, 173; 12, 220

Cochlæus, Johannes: 3, 150

Cochran, J. P.: 8, 472

Cock, killing of a: 11, 216

Codde, Petrus: 6, 99

Coddians: 8, 243

Code of Hammurabi: 5, 136-139, 266; 10, 449

Codex Alexandrinus: 2, 103

Argenteus: 2, 134

Augiensis: 2, 104

Basiliensis: 2, 104, 106

Bezæ 2, 104

Boreeli: 2, 104

Claromontanus: 2, 104

Egberti: 8, 302

Ephraem: 2, 100, 103

Harleianus: 2, 104

Guelpherbytanus: 2, 105

Laudianus: 2, 104

Montfortianus: 2, 106

Parisiensis: 2, 106

Porphyrianus: 2, 105

Purpureus: 2, 104

Sangallensis: 2, 105

Sangermanensis: 2, 104

Sinaiticus: 2, 103; 11, 453

Tischendorfianus: 2, 105, 106

Vaticanus: 2, 101, 103

Codification of canon law: 2, 382

Codman, Robert: 3, 151

Codrington, H.: 11, 18

Coe, George A.: 3, 151

Coelde, Dietrich: 4, 360

Cœle-Syria: 3, 151; 6, 246, 435, 436

Cœlicolæ: 3, 152

Coelius, Michael: 9, 166

Coelln, Daniel G. K. von: 3, 152

Cœmgen, Saint, of Glendalough: 3, 152

Cœnobites: 7, 462-463

Coffee: 11, 468, 469

Cohuacohuatl: 10, 367

Coins, Jewish: 1, 484-485

Coir Khan: 9, 245

Coit, Stanton: 3, 153

Coke, Thomas: 1, 309; 3, 153; 7, 337, 342; 12, 316

Cola and Commata: 11, 92, 93

Colani, Timothée: 3, 153

Colarbasus, Colarbasians: 12, 134

Coleman, Leighton: 3, 154

Lyman: 3, 154

Colenso, John W.: 3, 154

Coleridge, Samuel T.: 3, 155-156; 5, 9; 8, 72

Colet, John: 3, 156; 9, 182

Colgate University: 11, 338

Theological Seminary of: 11, 345

Coligny, Gaspard de: 3, 157; 5, 394, 395

Odet de: 3, 158; 5, 395

Colin, J. C. M.: 7, 181; 10, 487

Collateral Bible: 2, 162

Collect: 3, 158

Collectio Acheriana: 2, 383

Collectio (canonum) Anselmo: 2, 384

Collectivism: 3, 182

Colledge, T. R.: 3, 33

Collège de Calvi: 11, 6

of the Propaganda: 9, 267

Collegia Nationalia: 3, 159

Collegial or Collegiate Churches: 3, 159

Collegialism: 3, 107, 159; 6, 480

Collegiants: 3, 160; 9, 482

Collegium Maronitarum: 7, 190

Collenbusch, Samuel: 3, 160

Collier, Jeremy: 3, 161

Collins, Anthony: 3, 161, 393; 9, 400

C. T.: 10, 454

William R.: 3, 161

Collivacinus, Petrus: 2, 385

Colloquy of Maulbronn: 7, 256

Colluthus: 5, 373

Collyer, Robert: 3, 162

Collyridians: 3, 162; 7, 221

Colman, Saint: 3, 162

Cologne, Archbishopric of: 3, 162

Reformation in: 5, 83, 239; 6, 349

Colombia: 3, 163

Colombini, Caterina: 6, 140

Giovanni: 6, 140

Colonization of Palestine: 12, 517

Colonna family: 2, 41, 224, 225

Colonna, Egidio: 1, 58

Color, nomenclature: 3, 163

perception: 3, 163

Colorbasus (Valentinian): 12, 134

Colored church organizations in the U. S.: 8, 106, 107

Methodist Episcopal Church: 7, 352

Primitive Baptists in America: 7, 391

Coloring-materials: 3, 164

Colors in the Bible: 3, 163

symbolism of: 8, 351; 11, 207

Colossæ: 1, 315

Colossians, epistle to the: 8, 411

Colum: 12, 169

Columba: 2, 473, 474

Saint: 3, 165; 9, 205

Columban: 1, 114; 2, 474; 3, 221

Saint: 3, 166; 6, 325

Columbia College: 1, 473-474; 9, 431

Theological Seminary (Lutheran): 11, 363

Theological Seminary (Presbyterian): 11, 380

Columbus: 5, 339; 12, 315

Evangelical Lutheran Seminary at: 11, 359

Colyer, Vincent: 3, 40

Comb, liturgical: 12, 172

Comba, Emilio: 3, 167

Combe, Père la: 5, 102, 103

Combefis, François: 3, 167

Comber, Thomas J.: 3, 167

Comenius, Johannes A.: 3, 167; 9, 169

Comes (Lectionary): 8, 460

Comestor, Peter: 2, 142

Comgall, Saint, of Bangor: 3, 168

Commandments of the Church: 3, 168

the ten: 1, 285-286; 2, 443

Commemoration of dead: 2, 484

Commenda: 2, 50; 3, 169

Commendatory Letters: 3, 169

Commensalitium: 4, 272

Commentaries: 2, 451-453; 3, 170; 4, 243-247

Commerce, Ancient: 1, 252, 326; 2, 375; 3, 170; 6, 231; 7, 330; 8, 89; 9, 19, 20

Commination Service: 3, 171

Committee for German Evangelical Seamen's Mission: 10, 317

Commodianus: 3, 171

Commodus: 3, 171

Common Life, Brethren of the: 1, 96, 97; 3, 172; 4, 335; 8, 70; 9, 164; 10, 19, 63; 12, 159, 380, 381, 557

Prayer, Book of: 3, 177-179; 5, 140; 9, 284, 423, 488

Commonitorium: 8, 268; 12, 193

Communal life of chapter: 3, 7, 8

meal: 3, 199; 10, 164, 165, 464

sacrifice: 3, 199

worship: 12, 437

Communicants, requirements for: 7, 39

Communicatio Idiomatum: 3, 56, 179-181; 6, 175; 7, 80; 12, 52-53, 565, 568

Communio laica: 1, 83; 6, 432

Communion. See Eucharist and Lord's Supper

Communion of the Dead: 3, 181

at eucharist: 4, 197

in one kind: 7, 240; 11, 499; 12, 2

of Saints: 3, 181; 10, 426

token: 11, 459

Communism: 3, 182; 6, 391; 8, 293, 294; 10, 90, 483

Comoro Isles: 1, 77

Compactata of Prague: 1, 497; 2, 213; 5, 420

Comparative Religion: 3, 190-202; 9, 453, 454; 11, 439; 12, 433, 434

Competentes: 2, 449, 450

Compline: 3, 203; 9, 256

Complutensian polyglot: 1, 207; 2, 106, 107, 167; 11, 25; 12, 469

Compostella: 3, 203

Comprehensive Bible: 2, 161

Compston, Henry F. B.: 3, 203

Compton, Henry: 3, 203

Comte, Isidore A. M. F. X.: 3, 203; 9, 141

Compulsory education: 3, 104

Conall: 3, 166

Conant, Thomas J.: 1, 475; 2, 93; 3, 204; 11, 347

Conaty, Thomas J.: 3, 204

Conception, immaculate: 5, 455-457; 7, 180; 8, 489; 9, 83; 10, 71

Conception of our Lady, Nuns of the Order of: 3, 204

Conceptionists: 12, 411

Conceptualism. See Scholasticism

Conclave: 9, 129

Conclavists: 9, 129

Concomitance: 3, 204; 11, 496, 497

Concord, Book of: 1, 170, 200; 3, 180, 274; 4, 342; 9, 32, 197; 10, 38, 199, 346; 11, 179-181; 12, 53

Formula of: 1, 170, 200; 3, 180, 274; 4, 342; 9, 32, 197; 10, 38, 199, 346; 11, 179-181; 12, 53

Concordances: 3, 205-210, 315; 10, 69

Concordats: 1, 378, 379; 2, 44; 3, 210-218; 4, 387, 425; 9, 81, 493

Concordia College: 11, 360

Seminary: 11, 359

Concorrezani: 8, 145, 146

Concubinage: 1, 172; 3, 218; 7, 371

Concursus Divinus: 3, 219

Conder, Claude R.: 3, 220; 8, 320

Condignity: 3, 220

Conditional immortality: 1, 184-186; 2, 276; 4, 176; 5, 25

Conditionalism: 1, 184-186

Conditioned, law of the: 5, 133

Condorcet, M. J. C. de: 9, 141

Conduits: 12, 276

Condulmieri, Gabriello: 4, 203

Cone, Orello: 3, 220

S. H.: 2, 93; 9, 187

Conference: 3, 220

of Cassel: 2, 435

Free Ecclesiastical-Social: 3, 220, 239

Hampton Court: 5, 140

of Poissy: 9, 102-104

of The Hague (1610): 9, 482

of Torgau: 7, 256

of Worms: 9, 33, 74

Confessio Bohemica: 5, 420

Gallicana: 4, 423

Rhætica: 6, 372; 12, 138

Saxonica: 7, 281

Sigismundi: 1, 481

Tetrapolitana: 2, 408

Wirtembergica: 2, 261; 3, 66, 274; 5, 198; 11, 122, 123

Confession: 12, 465

Augsburg: 1, 104, 361-363; 3, 16; 7, 80, 280; 9, 2, 297, 441; 10, 176, 248

auricular: 1, 373; 2, 443; 6, 326-329; 8, 355; 11, 486; 12, 313

of Basel: 1, 496

Belgic: 2, 32, 262; 9, 427, 429; 10, 9

change of: 3, 2

of faith. See Symbolics

of Faith, Westminster: 9, 226

general: 4, 449

Greek orthodox: 3, 169; 7, 435

of La Rochelle: 4, 423

of Sins: 3, 221-223

Confessional Lutheran doctrine history: 3, 462

Lutherans: 7, 88

secrecy of the: 10, 325

Confessions, creeds and: 11, 199-201

Helvetic: 2, 301, 410; 5, 216-217

of the Mark Brandenburg: 2, 252

Confessors: 7, 218

of the glory of Christ: 10, 287

Confirmation: 2, 442; 3, 223; 12, 465

Confiteor: 3, 224

Conflict of Duties: 3, 224

Confraternities, Religious: 3, 226-228

Confraternity of Blessed Sacrament: 11, 484

of the Holy Rosary: 10, 93

Confucianism: 3, 29-30

Confucius: 3, 29, 228

Confutatio pontifica: 1, 362

Confutation, book of: 11, 101, 113

Congo. See Kongo

Congregatio Fesulana: 5, 275

SS. Vitonis et Hidulphi: 10, 173

Congregation: 3, 228

and College of the Propaganda: 9, 267

of the council: 11, 400

of Fontavellana: 8, 490

of France: 4, 451

of the Inquisition: 11, 400

of Missionary Priests of St. Paul the Apostle: 8, 415

of Notre Dame: 11, 335

of the Oratory: 1, 489

of Picpus: 9, 51

of Rites: 2, 400

of Rosminians: 10, 98

of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary: 9, 51

of St. Joseph: 6, 230

of St. Martha: 7, 123

of St. Mary Magdalene: 7, 123

of St. Maur: 10, 173, 174

of the Sisters of St. Joseph: 11, 335

Congregational church polity: 3, 237-238; 9, 116

councils: 3, 237, 238

Methodists: 7, 352

music: 10, 155

Union of England and Wales: 3, 233

Union lectures: 3, 230

Union of Scotland: 3, 233

Congregationalist ecclesiastical records: 1, 274

missions to Indians: 5, 483

Congregationalists: 3, 231-239; 4, 139; 10, 301

Congress of Ems: 4, 121-124; 8, 296; 9, 80

Evangelical-Social: 3, 239

Congresses, peace: 8, 427

Congruity: 3, 220

Connecticut, Missionary Society of: 5, 341

Religious Tract Society: 11, 479

Conon, Pope: 3, 239

of Tarsus: 3, 239; 12, 24

Conquest of Canaan: 2, 376; 6, 51

Conrad II., emperor: 2, 40

Conrad III.: 3, 316; 4, 202; 10, 145

Conrad IV.: 5, 503

Conrad of Gelnhausen: 3, 240

of Marburg: 3, 240; 4, 111; 9, 163

the Priest: 9, 162

of Suburra: 1, 165

of Waldhausen: 9, 163

Conring, Hermann: 3, 240; 11, 221

Consalvi, Ercole: 3, 241

Consanguinity: 7, 201

Conscience: 3, 242; 10, 438

liberty of: 1, 472; 3, 107, 127, 261, 307; 6, 477-481; 12, 88, 369, 370

Conscientiarii: 3, 244

Consciousness of Jesus: 10, 324

subliminal: 11, 52

Consecration: 2, 478; 3, 244; 9, 250

of a church: 11, 207

Consensus of Geneva: 4, 450

of Sendomir: 10, 356

Tigurinus: 12, 536

Conservative Amish Mennonites: 7, 309

Dunkers: 4, 24

Consilia Evangelica: 3, 245; 4, 40

Consistorial advocates: 1, 57

Organization: 3, 246-248; 9, 114

Consistory: 3, 246-248; 7, 267; 10, 219

Constance, Bishopric of: 3, 248

Council of: 1, 100; 2, 43; 3, 248, 282; 4, 476; 5, 417-418; 7, 240; 10, 239; 12, 461

Reformation in: 2, 198; 12, 537

Constans: 3, 253, 488; 7, 112

Constans II., eastern emperor: 7, 212, 259

Constantine the Great: 1, 279; 3, 106, 249, 487; 5, 329, 330; 8, 156

Donation of: 3, 14, 484-486

and episcopal jurisdiction: 1, 360

on Sunday: 11, 145

Constantine II., emperor: 1, 279; 3, 253

Constantine V.: 8, 157-158

Constantine I., Pope: 3, 254

Constantine II.: 3, 254; 11, 82

Constantine of Mananalis: 8, 417

Pogonatus: 2, 39; 7, 482

Constantinople: 3, 254-256

councils of: 1, 279; 3, 255, 256, 257, 258; 4, 218; 8, 383; 9, 46; 11, 152

as patriarchate: 1, 167

Constantinopolitan Creed: 3, 256-260; 12, 19

Constantinos: 3, 356

Constantinus, Flavius C.: 3, 253

Flavius V.: 3, 249

Constantius II., Flavius J.: 3, 253, 488; 7, 112

Flavius V.: 3, 249, 250

Constellations: 11, 67

Constitution Auctorem fidei: 11, 165

Apostolicæ sedis: 10, 49

Inter multiplices: 9, 440

Provide: 7, 205

Quod sancta: 12, 215

Unigenitus Dei Filius: 11, 165

Constitutions of Arundel: 7, 16

and canons, apostolic: 1, 245

of Clarendon: 2, 21, 52

of Langton: 6, 413

Consubstantiation: 3, 260; 7, 80; 10, 143; 11, 495, 501

Consummation of Thomas: 1, 228

Contarini, Gasparo: 3, 260; 8, 21, 395, 396; 9, 444

Contest of apostles: 1, 228

Conti, Gregory: 12, 179

Lotario de': 5, 498

M. A.: 5, 508

Rinaldo de. See Alexander IV.

Contractus, Herman: 5, 238

Controversies, eucharistic: 2, 58

Origenistic: 8, 274

Controversy, Adiaphoristic: 1, 42-44

accommodation: 1, 24

antinomian: 1, 91, 196-201; 8, 131

Osiandrian: 1, 374

tractarian: 3, 477; 4, 135, 260; 8, 152-153

Unitarian: 8, 136, 137

Universalist: 8, 136

Contzen, Adam: 11, 218

Conventicle: 3, 261

Act: 3, 261; 8, 189, 293; 9, 216

Conventions, Sunday-school: 11, 159-160

Conventuals: 4, 360

Converse, James B.: 3, 261

Conversion: 3, 261-263

of Manasseh: 9, 341

Convocation: 3, 263; 12, 349

Convulsionists: 6, 98

Conway, Moncure D.: 3, 263

Conwell, Russell H.: 3, 263

Conybeare, Frederick C.: 3, 264

John: 3, 264; 9, 400

William J.: 3, 264

Conyza, Petrus: 5, 16

Cook Islands, missions in: 11, 15

Cook, Charles: 3, 264

Émile F.: 3, 264

Flavius J.: 3, 265

Frederic C.: 3, 264

Capt. James: 5, 173

Joseph: 3, 265

R. S.: 8, 149

Cooke, George A.: 3, 265

Henry: 3, 265; 9, 185, 218

Cookman, Alfred: 3, 265

Cooper, A. A.: 10, 473

James: 3, 265

Thomas: 3, 265

Cooperator: 3, 266

Cop, Nicolas: 2, 354

Cope: 12, 170

Copenhagen, diet of: 9, 423

Copleston, Reginald S.: 3, 266

Copper: 7, 331

Coppin: 6, 476

John: 3, 266

Copping, Harold: 11, 477

John: 3, 266

Coptic Bible versions: 2, 132

Church: 3, 266-269

liturgy of baptism: 1, 442

Copts: 1, 123; 3, 266-269; 4, 93, 94; 10, 77

Coquerel, Athanase J.: 3, 269

Athanase L. C.: 3, 269; 9, 180

Charles A.: 3, 270; 9, 180

Corbara, Angelina di: 4, 111

Corbie, abbey of: 1, 33, 191

Corbinian: 3, 270

Cordeliers: 3, 270

Cordova: 3, 270

synods of: 3, 270

university of: 3, 271

Cordus, Euricius: 3, 271

Corey, Martha: 12, 393

Coriander: 1, 93

Corinth: 5, 50

Corinthians, epistles to the: 8, 407, 408

Cornelius, Pope: 3, 271; 8, 199

Cornelius a Lapide: 3, 272

Cornelius, Peter: 8, 305

Cornill, Carl H.: 3, 272

Coronation: 10, 145

Coroticus: 2, 471, 472

Corporal (Corporale): 1, 140, 141; 3, 272

Corporate philanthropy: 10, 471

Corporation Act: 3, 272

Corporations sole: 9, 474

aggregate: 9, 474

religious: 4, 62; 9, 473-475

Corpus Catholicorum: 3, 273

Corpus Christi: 2, 219; 3, 273; 9, 494; 10, 75; 12, 105, 168

procession: 10, 229

Corpus Doctrinæ: 3, 273

doctrinæ Julium: 3, 24

Evangelicorum: 3, 275

juris canonici: 2, 387

Misnicum: 3, 273, 274

Wilhelminum: 3, 24

Corrario, Angelo: 5, 66

Correction, Houses of: 3, 275

Correctoria biblica: 2, 124-125

Correggio: 8, 304

Correspondences, Swedenborgian: 11, 185

Corrigan, Michael A.: 3, 275

Corro, Antonio del: 11, 30

Corrodi, Heinrich: 3, 275

Corruption of Biblical text: 2, 94-106

Corsini, Lorenzo: 3, 135

Corsnæd, ordeal by: 8, 250

Cort, Christian de: 2, 240, 241

Corvey: 3, 276. See also Corbie

Corvinus, Antonius: 3, 276; 9, 166

Corwin, Edward T.: 3, 276

Coscia, cardinal: 2, 43

Cosin, John: 3, 277

Cosmas and Damian, Saints: 3, 277

Cosmas Indicopleustes: 3, 277; 8, 120

Cosmogony: 2, 326-327; 3, 296-297, 298-303; 10, 258

Mandæan: 7, 147, 148

Manichean: 7, 155

Cosmology, Mandæan: 7, 148

Ophitic: 8, 244

of Origen: 8, 272

Swedenborgian: 11, 187

Zoroastrian: 12, 530

Costa, Izaak da. See Da Costa

Costa Rica: 2, 496

Cotelerius, Johannes B.: 3, 278

Cotelier, Jean B.: 3, 278

Cotta: 12, 171

Cotta, Ursula: 7, 69

Cotterill, Thomas: 3, 278

Cotton: 1, 93

Cotton, John: 3, 278

Cotularii: 12, 241

Coudrin, P. M. J.: 9, 51

Coulin, Frank: 3, 279

Coullié, Pierre H.: 3, 279

Council of Basel: 1, 496-498; 4, 203; 5, 419, 420; 9, 493; 10, 239

of Chalcedon: 2, 497; 3, 255; 4, 218; 7, 474

Congregation of the: 11, 400

of Constance: 1, 100; 2, 43; 3, 248, 282; 4, 476; 5, 417, 418; 7, 240; 10, 239; 12, 461

of Ephesus: 8, 125; 11, 321; 12, 355, 562, 563

of Lyons: 5, 65, 502; 10, 74

of Trent: 1, 83, 249, 437-438, 451; 2, 49, 86, 344, 387, 392, 439, 448, 466, 493; 3, 8, 17, 25, 76, 112, 168, 282, 326, 327, 371, 449; 4, 248, 251, 252; 5, 236, 472; 6, 96, 141, 144, 270, 327, 398, 440; 7, 35, 39, 201, 202, 233, 239, 240, 315; 8, 247, 254, 255, 447; 9, 79, 92, 196, 243, 252, 441, 493, 495; 10, 21, 38, 70, 86, 209, 332, 439, 469; 11, 165, 280, 298, 488, 498, 499; 12, 1-3, 154, 540

of Vienne: 11, 291; 12, 183

Councils, Baltimore: 1, 431-432

Congregational: 3, 237, 238

of Constantinople: 1, 279; 3, 255, 256, 257, 258; 4, 218; 8, 383; 9, 46; 11, 152

of Lateran: 1, 117; 2, 338; 5, 501; 6, 418; 9, 73; 10, 142; 11, 494

of Nicæa: 1, 51, 278, 279; 3, 280; 4, 209; 7, 221; 8, 156, 157

pope and: 12, 155

and Synods: 3, 279-284

Counter-Reformation: 3, 284; 8, 395, 396; 10, 328; 12, 329, 330

in Austria: 4, 299-301

in Bavaria: 1, 104, 105

Brahmanistic: 5, 290

in Eichsfeld: 3, 351

in Fulda: 1, 430, 431

on Lower Rhine: 4, 439-441

in Inner Austria: 5, 493

Inquisition and the: 6, 3

in Poland: 5, 375; 9, 107

in Switzerland: 3, 339-340; 6, 76

in Treves: 6, 77

in Valtellina: 12, 138

in Würzburg: 6, 265

Counter-remonstrance: 9, 482

Cour, Didier de la: 10, 173

Courayer, Pierre F. le: 3, 284

Courcelles, Étienne de: 3, 285

Court of Arches: 1, 263

Court, Antoine: 3, 285; 9, 174

Court de Gebelin, Antoine: 3, 286

Courtenay (Courtney), William: 7, 15; 12, 457, 461

Cousin, Victor: 3, 286

Coussirat, Daniel: 3, 287

Covenant: 3, 287-289

ark of the: 1, 285-286

book of the: 6, 428; 9, 125; 10, 449

feasts: 1, 139

halfway: 3, 234

of salt: 10, 179

Covenanters: 2, 413; 3, 289-291; 6, 221, 222; 6, 421, 422; 9, 218; 10, 299

Covenanting Church of lreland: 9, 218

Coverdale, Miles: 2, 138; 3, 291; 9, 182

Cowan, Henry: 3, 291

Cowdery, Oliver: 8, 9, 12

Cowl: 3, 292

Cowles, Henry: 3, 292

Cowley Fathers: 9, 288; 11, 484

Cowper, William: 3, 292

Cox, Melville B.: 1, 71

Samuel: 3, 292

Samuel H.: 3, 292

Coxe, Arthur C.: 3, 292

Coyle, Robert F.: 3, 293

Crafts, Wilbur F.: 3, 293

Craig, James A.: 3, 293

John: 3, 289, 293; 12, 327

Craik, Henry: 9, 95, 96

Crakanthorpe, Richard: 3, 294

Cramer, Johann A.: 3, 294; 9, 172

Samuel: 3, 294

Cranach the Elder, Lucas: 8, 305

Crane, Louis B.: 3, 294

Crane Theological School: 11, 393

Cranmer, Thomas: 2, 323; 3, 295; 4, 132; 5, 352, 353; 9, 423

Crannell, P. W.: 11, 346

Cranston, Earl: 3, 296

Crapsey, Algernon S.: 3, 296; 8, 278

Crato von Crafftheim: 6, 379

Crautwald, Valentin: 10, 284, 285

Craven, Elijah R.: 3, 296

Crawford, Clarence K.: 3, 296

T. J.: 10, 210

Creagh, John T.: 3, 296

Creation: 2, 326; 4, 69; 9, 40; 10, 197, 491; 11, 274-275

Babylonian Accounts: 3, 296

of man: 1, 33-34; 2, 327

parallels to narrative of: 1, 35-36

of the World: 3, 298-304; 12, 428

Creationism: 11, 13

Credence Table: 3, 304

Credner, Karl A.: 2, 181; 3, 304

Credulity: 11, 169

Creed of 1883: 3, 236

apostles'. See Apostle's Creed

Aquileian: 1, 251

of Arianism: 1, 281

Athanasian: 1, 338-342

early Roman: 1, 241

Jewish: 7, 131

Nicene: 1, 279, 280; 3, 257; 4, 50; 6, 286; 8, 156, 157

of Pius IV.: 10, 71

of Sardica: 10, 207

of Ulfilas: 12, 57

Creeds and Confessions: 11, 199-201

of Eastern Church: 4, 50

Creighton, Mandell: 3, 304

Crell, Johann: 10, 489

Nikolaus: 6, 382

Samuel: 10, 490

Cremation: 2, 481

Cremer, August H.: 3, 305; 9, 178

W. R.: 8, 427

Crespin, Jean: 3, 305

Cresson, Warder: 12, 517

Crete: 2, 404

in the Apostolic Age: 3, 305

Crétenet, Jacques: 6, 230

Crétenists: 6, 230

Cretoni, Serafino: 3, 306

Creutzinger (Creuziger), Kaspar: 3, 314

Crevelli, Uberto: 12, 105

Criminal law, Hebrew: 6, 429

Crisp, Tobias: 3, 306

Crispin and Crispinian, Saints: 3, 306

Crispinian, Saint: 3, 306

Critica sacra: 2, 409

Critical theology: 11, 398

Critici Sacri: 3, 306

Criticism, biblical: 2, 5, 7-11, 102, 170-177, 183; 5, 26-31, 77; 6, 75, 155, 156, 160-164, 255, 256, 468; 7, 62, 253; 10, 354; 12, 553

exegesis and: 4, 238

of revivals: 10, 11, 15

textual: 2, 94-99, 111-114, 172, 183; 5, 77; 6, 38, 39, 187, 188; 7, 226, 227

Crivelli, Alexander: 1, 152

Croall Lectures: 3, 306

Croatian Bibles: 2, 153

Crocius, Johannes: 3, 307

Crofton, Sir Walter: 9, 261

Crœsus: 7, 274

Croix, M. E. de la: 7, 123; 12, 412

Cromlechs: 7, 293, 424; 11, 141

Cromwell, Oliver: 1, 463; 3, 307; 7, 498, 499; 10, 67; 12, 250, 251

Cronin, Edward: 9, 95, 96

Crook, W. P.: 11, 16

Crooker, Joseph H.: 3, 308

Crookes, Sir William: 11, 51

Crooks, George R.: 3, 308

Crosby, Fanny: 3, 308

Howard: 3, 61, 308

Cross: 1, 141, 160; 2, 309; 3, 251, 309-310, 312, 313

Daughters of the: 12, 412

Exaltation of the: 3, 310

finding of the: 3, 310; 5, 208

form of the: 3, 312

Invention of the: 3, 310; 5, 208

Ladies of the: 12, 412

Orders of the: 3, 311

St. Andrew's: 1, 171; 3, 310

sign of the: 3, 309

Sisters of the: 12, 412

stations of the: 11, 70

Crosthwaite, Robert J.: 3, 311

Crowdy, W. S.: 3, 92

Crowther, Samuel A.: 3, 312

Crozer, J. P.: 11, 345

Crozer Theological Seminary: 11, 338, 345

Crozier: 3, 312; 12, 171

Crozier, John B.: 3, 312

Crucé, Éméric: 8, 426

Crucifix: 3, 312

Crucifixion: 3, 312, 314

Cruciform architecture: 1, 267-268

Cruciger, Kaspar, the Elder: 3, 314

Kaspar, the Younger: 3, 314

Cruden, Alexander: 3, 314

Crummell, Alexander: 8, 105

Crusades: 1, 126; 2, 348; 3, 315-318; 4, 202; 5, 64, 354, 355, 486, 500, 501; 6, 80; 8, 493; 11, 231

against Stedingers: 11, 73

Crusius, Christian A.: 3, 318; 9, 396

Cruttwell, Charles T.: 3, 319

Cryftz, Nikolaus: 3, 327

Crypt: 3, 319

Crypto-Calvinists: 3, 319; 4, 342; 6, 469, 470; 9, 33

Crystal: 9, 190

Cuba: 7, 411; 12, 315, 318

Cubit: 12, 287-289

Cucius: 6, 301

Cucumbers: 1, 92

Cudworth, Ralph: 3, 319; 5, 442; 7, 500; 8, 72

Cuesta, on the mass: 7, 234

Cuimine: 3, 320

Culdees: 2, 477

Culm, Bishopric of: 3, 320

Cultic mysteries: 12, 8-14

Cults, associational: 12, 437

Judæo-ethnic: 12, 439

Culture, Babylonian: 1, 401

Culverwel, Nathaniel: 3, 320

Cumæan sibyl: 10, 396, 397

Cumberland Presbyterian Church: 4, 235; 9, 231, 232

Presbyterian Church, Colored: 9, 236, 237

University, Theological Seminary of: 11, 338

Cumberland, Richard: 7, 500; 12, 121

Cumean: 3, 320

Cumine: 3, 320

Cummian: 3, 320

Cumming, Alfred: 8, 11, 16

John: 9, 185

Cummins, George D.: 3, 321; 9, 284, 434

Cuneiform inscriptions: 1, 323-324, 402; 6, 7

Cunibert: 3, 321

Cunitz, August E.: 3, 321

Cunningham, Lectures: 3, 322

Cunningham, John: 3, 321

William: 3, 321

Cuno of Siegburg: 10, 113

Cup: 12, 167

in Lord's Supper: 7, 228, 229, 240; 11, 499

withholding of: 7, 240; 11, 499; 12, 2

Curate: 3, 322

Curbicius. See Mani

Curci, Carlo M.: 3, 322

Cure of souls: 8, 373-377

Cureton, William: 2, 128; 3, 322

Cureus, Joachim: 3, 323; 9, 33

Curia: 1, 497; 3, 323-325; 4, 122

and Germany: 4, 8, 122

Curione, Celio S.: 3, 325

Currier, Charles W.: 3, 326

Cursing, blessing and: 2, 202, 203

Curtains of tabernacle: 11, 244

Curtis, Edward L.: 3, 326

O. A.: 1, 186

William A.: 3, 326

Curtiss, Samuel I.: 3, 326

Curtius, Valentin: 3, 326

Curzon, G. N.: 7, 272; 8, 473

Cusa (Cusanus), Nicholas of: 2, 317; 3, 327, 440; 8, 331; 9, 77

Cusani, M. de S.: 3, 40

Cusanus. See Cusa

Cush: 1, 253, 328; 3, 328; 11, 247, 248, 249

Cushites: 3, 328; 11, 247

Cust, Robert N.: 3, 329

Custom and morality: 8, 3

Cutha: 1, 400

Cuthbert, Saint: 3, 329; 4, 37; 9, 181

Cuthbertson, John: 9, 234, 235

Cuyler, Theodore L.: 3, 330

Cyaxares: 7, 273

Cybele: 8, 80

Cycle, Easter: 4, 47

Cyclop, Wolf: 4, 168

Cymbals: 10, 150

Cymric Bible versions: 2, 136

Cynewulf: 3, 330

Cynicism: 9, 462

Cynics: 7, 54, 55

Cynocephali: 9, 403

Cyprian (of Carthage): 1, 134, 452; 2, 427; 3, 80, 81, 271, 280, 330-332, 489; 4, 263; 5, 235, 236; 6, 324; 8, 191, 192, 198-201; 11, 81; 12, 67

on Eucharist: 7, 230

on Lord's Supper: 7, 32, 33

Cyprian, Ernst S.: 3, 332

Cyprus: 1, 317, 331

Cyran, saint: 4, 40

Cyrenaica: 2, 485

Cyrenius. See Quirinius

Cyriacus (of Carthage): 3, 333

of Jerusalem: 3, 311

Saints: 3, 332

Cyril of Alexandria: 1, 124, 125; 2, 452; 3, 333; 4, 217; 6, 316; 8, 124, 125, 126; 9, 160; 11, 321, 323, 324; 12, 562, 563, 566, 569

of Jerusalem: 1, 21; 3, 334; 9, 488

on Eucharist: 7, 231

on Lord's Supper: 7, 31

mystagogics of: 8, 66

Cyril Lucar: 1, 5; 3, 335; 4, 50, 93; 10, 9; 12, 68

and Methodius: 3, 336; 9, 106, 152

Cyrillian alphabet: 10, 75

script: 2, 152; 3, 337

Cyrus the Great: 1, 408, 409; 3, 338, 349, 350, 358; 7, 274, 323

of Phasis (Alexandria): 7, 481

Cysat, Renward: 3, 339

Czechs: 12, 298

Czenger, synod of: 9, 422

Czerski, Johann: 4, 467

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