The Reformation

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Character of the Papacy at Avignon Petrarchs testimony
39
Consolidation of monarchies England France Spain
45
CHAPTER III
52
Radical Reformers John Wickliffe 13241384 and his opin
59
The Mystics character of Mysticism
65
Renewed study of the Fathers and of the Scriptures
71
Erasmus 14671536 the leader of Humanism
78
Luther the hero of the Reformation
87
What may be inferred from their character and popularity
88
Attacks and replies he meets Cajetan at Augsburg 1518
97
Political condition of Germany weakness of the central govern
103
Luther summoned to the Diet of Worms 1521 his journey
108
Ho restores order his vast labors
114
The courage and fidelity of the Elector John
120
llis apologetic letter to Henry VIII 1525
126
Inability of Humanism to effect a Reform
132
før GERMAN REFORMATION TO THE PEACE OF AUGSBURG
136
The peasants war 1525 how far owing to Protestantism
139
Zwingles Commentary on True and False Religion 1525
142
Ground of Luthers vehemence against the Zwinglian doctrine
149
Death of Zwingle 1531
155
Conferences of the opposing parties 153741 Contarini 187
158
Union of Paul III and Francis I against him 1547
165
He is deposed and succeeded by Frederic I 152333
171
Luther supports the princes
184
Equality of rights granted to all the Churches
188
The ecclesiastical property how used 357
192
Publishes Senecas treatise on Clemency 1532 his motive
194
His conversion 1532
196
The Emperor disabled for ten years 153242 from carrying
197
His opinion compared with that of Augustine
202
Geneva subject to Savoy achieves its independence 1533
208
Strict regulations of Church discipline 212
212
His letter to Sadolet
216
Combination of different classes of Calvins opponents
222
Flis book on the Errors of the Trinity 1531
228
Calvins multiplied labors and vast influence
234
Its church organization is republican
240
The Sorbonne and Parliament oppose doctrinal innovations
242
Changes his course engages in persecution
248
154759 his hostility to the Reformation
254
Calvin preaches to their submission their patience
260
The Massacre of Vassy 1562 begins the civil wars
267
Proposal that Henry of Navarre shall marry Margaret of Val
273
Catholic League 1538
278
Excommunication of Navarre and Condé by Sixtus V 1685
279
The Huguenots become an isolated and defensive party
284
His unpopularity in the Netherlands
290
He leaves the country 1564
296
Views of Jewel and other Elizabethan bishops
343
Merits of the controversy of the Anglicans and Puritans
349
The character of Cranmer
352
She does not resist Protestantism grounds of her policy
353
He resides at Geneva 155659 his Monstrous Regimen
355
Knoxs opposition to the mass in her Chapel 1561
359
Knox arraigned for convening her lieges
366
Marys repugnance to Darnley and attachment to Bothwell
372
Mary abdicates in favor of her son makes Murray regent 1567
378
Protestantism in Ireland
383
She sends help to the Netherlands 1585
389
Palearios treatise on the Benefits of Christ
395
Its definitions are antiProtestant
401
Persecution of Protestants
405
Attitude of the Popes in respect to the Catholic Reaction Paul
411
The removal of abuses in the Church of Rome
417
Execution of Mary 1587 985
421
Origin of the I hirty Years War 16181648
423
Victories of Gustavus Wallenstein reappointed 1632
429
162549 his arbitrary system of government
436
The Presbyterians are deceived by the King
442
Demoralization of the English Court
443
Ejection of the Puritan ministers 1662
449
16511715 his designs in respect to France
450
William of Orange 16501702 bis antagonist
456
Their difference on the doctrine of sin
460
Respecting the sacraments
466
Protestant controversies on predestination
472
Faustus Socinus 15391604
478
123
483
CHAPTER XIII
487
Luthers opinion of its plan of Church government
493
277
499
The Jesuits advocate popular sovereignty
505
THE RELATION OF PROTESTANTISM TO CULTURE AND CIVILIZ
510
Protestants have been guilty of persecution
516
Effect of the extinction of Protestantism in Italy
522
The press in the Puritan period Milton
528
intellectual effect of the reading of the Bible in Protestant coun
532
Protestantism avoids
543
APPENDIX
555
Germs of the Arminian coutroversy
593
Renovation of philosophy by Bacon and Des Cartes
597
328
599
127
601
Leibnitz and Bossuet
603
THE PROTESTANT THEOLOGY
607
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