Church history, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Funk & Wagnalls, 1889 - Church history
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Contents

13 Prussia
10
14 Lithuania
11
16 Mission Field of Islam
13
The Crusades
14
1 The First Crusade a d 1096
16
2 The Second Crusade a d 1147
17
3 The Third Crupade a d 1189
18
5 The Fifth Crusade a d 1228
19
Islam and the Jews in Europe
20
Findhorn
38
The Cleroy
59
Monastic Orders and Institutions
64
HI THEOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND ITS CONTROVERSIES
77
The Eleventh Century
85
vol n
97
1 Aristotle and his Arabic Interpreters
100
2 Twofold Truth
101
4 Franciscan Schoolmen Alex of Hales Bonaventura 102 5 Dominican Schoolmen Albert the Great 103 6 Thomas Aquinas
104
7 Reformers of the Pcholaetio Method Raimund Lull
105
8 Roger Bacon
106
9 Theologians of Biblical Tendency
107
THE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE 104 Purlic Worship and Art
108
1 The Liturgy and the Sermon
109
3 Sacrament of the Altar
110
4 Penanoe Ill 5 Extreme Unction
112
7 New Festivals
113
8 Veneration of Saints
114
9 St Ursula and the 11000 Virgins
115
11 Church Musie
116
12 Ecclesiastical Architecture
117
13 Free Mason Lodges
118
1 Knighthood and the Peace of God
119
Elizabeth and Hedwig
120
5 Religious Culture of the People
121
Church Discipline Indulgences and Asceticism
122
1 Ban and Interdict
123
4 Flagellation
124
1 Two Rhenish Prophetesses of the 12th Century
125
HERETICAL OPPOSITION TO ECCLESIASTICAL AUTHORITY iitx 108 The Protesters against the Church
126
3 The Pasagians
128
5 Apocalyptic Heretics Joachim of Floris
130
7 8 Revolutionary Reformers Petrobrusians Arnold of Brescia eto
131
9 Reforming Enthusiasts Tanchelm Eon
132
1012 The Waldensians Substitute 1016 in Ap pendix p 464
133
Thb ScnMALCAT n War the Interim and the Council
136
The Church against the Protesters
137
3 Conrad of Marburg and the Stedingers
138
THIRD SECTION HISTORY OF THE GERMANOROMANIC CHURCH IN THE 14th AND 16th CENTURIES a d 12941517
139
1 Boniface VIII and Benedict XI a d 12941304
140
2 Papacy during Babylonian Exile a d 13051377
142
8 John XXII a d 18161334
143
4 Benedict XII and Clement VI A D 13341352
144
5 Innocent VI to Gregory XI a d 13521378
146
7 Council of Constance and Martin V A I 14101431
147
8 Eugenius IV and Council of Basel a d 14311449
148
9 Pragmatic Sanction etc a d 1438
149
10 Nioholas V to Pius II a d 14471464
150
11 Paul II and Innocent VII a d 14641492
151
12 Alexander VI a d 14921503
152
13 Julius II a d 15031513
153
14 Leo X a d 15131521
154
15 Papal Claims to Sovereignty
155
The Cleroy
156
1 Moral Condition of Clergy
157
1 Benedictine Orders
158
2 Franciscans
159
3 Observants and Comentuals
160
5 Augustinians
161
6 John von Staupitz
162
7 Overthrow of the Templars
163
8 New Orders
164
9 Brothers of the Common Life
165
n THEOLOGICAL SCIENCE f 113 Scholasticism and its Reformees
166
1 John Dans Scotus
167
3 Nominalists and Realists
168
4 Casuistry
169
6 Nicholas of Cusa
170
7 Biblical and Practical Theologians
171
The German Mtstics
172
1 Meister Eckhart
173
2 Mystics of Upper Germany after Eckhart Tauler etc
174
3 Friend of God in the Uplands
175
4 Nicholas of Basel
176
6 Henry of Nordlingen eto
177
ITL THE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE 115a Purlic Worshif and the Religious Education or the Peofle
179
3 Biblia Fauptrum
180
4 Bible in the Vernacular
181
Pofular Movements
187
ATTEMPTS AT REFORMATION
197
John of Gooh Von Wesel and Wessul
214
Savonarola 315
215
The Revival or Learning 317
218
3 3 German Humanism
220
4 John Reuohlin
222
5 Kpistola obteurorum rirorum
223
6 Erasmus of Rotterdam
224
7 Humanism in England
225
8 in France and Spain
227
9 and the Reformation of the 16th Century
228
THIRD DIVISION HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHURCH UNDER MODERN EUROPEAN FORMS OF CIVILIZATION 121 Cha...
229
FIRST SECTION CHURCH HISTORY OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY L THE REFORMATION 122 The Beginnings or the Wittenrerg Reformati...
231
1 Luthers Years of Preparation
232
2 Luthers Theses of a d 1517
233
3 Prierias Cajetan and Miltitz a d 1518 1519
234
4 The Leipzig Disputation a d 1519
235
5 Philip Melanchthon
236
Luthers Period or Conflict a d 15201521
237
1 Luthers Three Chief Reformation Writings
238
3 Erasmus a d 1520
239
5 Emperor Claries V
240
7 Luther at Wittenberg after the Diet
241
8 Wartburg Exile a d 1521 1522
243
9 Frederick the Wise and the Reformation
245
1 Wittenberg Fanaticism a d 15211633 346
246
2 Franz Ton Sickingen a d 15221523
247
4 Thomas Miinzer a d 1523 1524
248
Friends and Foes of Luthers Doctrine a d 15221526
249
30
250
3 Henry VIII and Erasmus
251
4 Thomas Murner
252
1 Diet at Nuremberg a d 1522 1523
253
2 a d 1524
254
4 The Evangelical Nobles a d 1524
255
5 The Torgau League a d 1526
256
Organization of the Evangelical Provincial Churches a d 15261529
257
9 First Treaty of Cappel a d 1529
268
15271530
271
2 Emperors Attitnde a d 15271529
272
4 Marburg Conference a d 1529
273
6 Convention of Schwabach and Landgrave Philip
274
8 Conclusions of Diet of Augsburg
276
Incidents of the Years a d 15311536
277
3 Evangelization of Wurttemberg a d 15341535
278
4 Reformation in Auhalt and Pomerania a d 1532 1534
279
6 Disturbances at Munster a d 1534 1635
280
7 Extension of Schmalcald League a D 1538
281
1 Schmalcald Articles a d 1537
282
2 League of Nuremberg a d 1538
283
5 Reformation in Brandenburg etc a d 1539
284
Union Attempts of a d 15401546
285
2 Religious Conference at Worms a d 1540 2S i
286
4 The Regensburg Declaration a d 1541
287
7 Reformation in the Electorate of Cologne a d 15421544
288
8 The Emperors Difficulties a d 1543 1544
289
10 Emperor and Protestant Nobles a d 1545 1546
290
15461551
291
2 Campaign on the Danube a d 1546
292
4 Counol l of Trent a d 15451547
293
6 Execution of the Interim
294
8 The Council again at Trent a d 1551
295
137a Mufuck and the Peace of Acosruro a d 15501555
296
2 Elector Maurice a d 1551
297
4 Death of Maurice a d 1553
298
137r Germany aftkr the Religious Peace
299
6 The Worms Consultation a d 1557 800
300
The Reformation in French Switzerland
301
2 Calvin before his Genevan Ministry
302
3 Calvins First Ministry in Geneva
303
4 Calvins Second Ministry in Geneva
304
5 Calvins Writings
305
7 Victory of Calvinism over Zwinglianism 806
306
8 Calvins Successor in Geneva Beza
307
The Reformation in Oiher Lands
308
1 Sweden 809
309
3 Courland Livonia and Esthonia 812
312
4 England Henry VIII
313
5 Edward VI
314
6 Elizabeth
316
7 Ireland
317
8 Scotland Hamilton and Wishart
318
9 JounKnox
319
10 Queen Mary Stuart 829
320
12 The Netherlands
322
13 France Francis I and Henry II 824
325
15 Huguenot Persecution 027
328
17 Heury III and IV Edict of Nantes 829
331
19 Bohemia and Moravia
333
20 Hungary and Transylvania 835
335
21 Spain 836
336
22 Italy 838
338
23 Aonio Paleario 839
339
24 Ochino Peter Martyr Vergerius etc 841
343
26 Attempt at Protestantizing the Eastern Church
344
The Distinctive Character or the Lutheran Church 844
347
2 The Osiander Controversy a d 15491556 848
348
3 JSpinus Controversy 850
351
6 The Majorist Controversy a d 15511562
352
8 The Flacian Controversy on Original Sin a d 15601575
353
9 Lutheran Doctrine of the Lords Supper
354
10 Cryptocalvinism in its First Stage a d 15521574 855
355
11 The Frankfort Compact A D 1558
357
12 Formula of Concord a d 1577
358
13 Second Stage of Cryptocalvinism a d 15861592 860
360
14 Huber Controversy a d 15881595 861
361
1 The Ecclesiastical Constitution
363
2 Public Worship and Art 31 4
364
34 Church Song
365
5 Chorale Singing 867
367
6 Theological Science 868
368
7 German National Literature
369
8 Missions to Heathen
370
The Inner Development or the Reformed Church 871
371
2 Public Worship 873
373
3 The English Puritans
374
4 The Brownists etc
375
5 Theological Science
377
6 Philosophy 878
378
7 Missionary Enterprise
379
2 Bremen a d 1562
381
3 Anhalt a d 1597 882
382
in THE DEFORMATION H5 Character of the Deformation
383
Mysticism and Pantheism
385
1 Schwenkfeld and his Followers 886
386
2 Agrippa Paracelsus and Weigel 887
387
3 Franck Thainer and Bruno
388
4 Pantheistic Libertine Sects of Spirituals in France 889
390
Anauaptzsm 800
392
2 Kellers View of Auabaptist History
394
4 South German Anabaptists
397
5 The Moravian Anal aptists
398
6 The Venetian Anabaptists
400
7 Older Apostles of Anabaptism in North West Germany
401
8 Jan Matthys of Haarlem
403
10 Menno Simons and the Mennonites
405
Antitrinitarians and Unitarians
406
2 Michael Senetus
410
4 The Two Socini and he Spcinians
412
THE COUNTER REFORMATION rtat 149 Ths Internal Strengthening and Revival of the Catholic CuuncH
414
1 The Popes before the Couucil
415
2 The Popes of the Time of the Council
417
8 The Popes after the Council
420
4 Papal Infallibility
422
6 Reformation of Old Monkish Orders
423
7 New Orders for Home Missions 42
425
8 Society of Jesus Founding 42J 9 Constitution
428
10 Doctrinal and Moral System
430
11 Jesuit Influence upon Worship and Superstition
432
12 Educational Methods of Jesuits
433
13 Theological Controversies
434
15 Art and P ictry
437
16 The Spanish Mystics
438
17 Practical Christian Life Borromeo etc
440
Foreign Missions
441
2 Japan
442
3 America 413
443
4 Nestorians etc
444
Attempted Regeneration of Roman Catholicism
445
1 Attempts at Regeneration in Germany
446
2 Throughout Europe
448
APPENDIX Additions from Tenth Edition to 98 108 119
449

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Page 14 - Narratives of Richard Coeur de Lion, by Richard of Devizes and Geoffrey de Vinsauf ; and of the Crusade at Saint Louis, by Lord John de Joinville.
Page 205 - Presence of the body and blood of Christ in the Lord's Supper; or that the bread and wine are changed by the consecration of the priest into the real body and blood of Christ; this they term Transubstantiation, or the change of the substance from bread and wine into flesh and blood.
Page 242 - the gates of hell and the powers of darkness." Spalatin later wrote that Luther had said that he would go to Worms even if there were "as many devils in it as there were tiles on the roofs of the houses." When the party entered Worms on April 16, after a fortnight of travel, their arrival was announced by a trumpet blast from the tower of the cathedral, and they were met by a great crowd of people who accompanied them to Luther's lodgings in the...
Page 138 - ... appointed (1231) Conrad of Marburg, a Dominican, grand inquisitor of Germany. Conrad aroused the pope to a crusade against the Stedingers, while the Inquisition proceeded against them judicially. The Germans would not endure his cruelties, and he was assassinated by some of the nobles. The Stedingers were Frisians of Oldenburg "who revolted against the oppression of nobles and priests, refused socage and tithes, and screened Albigensian heretics. The first crusade failed; the second succeeded,...
Page 238 - A Christian man is a free Lord over all things and subject to no one, and a Christian man is a ministering servant of all things and subject to every one. On the One hand, he has the perfect freedom of a king and priest set over all outward things; but, on the other hand, he yields complete submission in love to his neighbor, which as consideration of the weak his very freedom demands.
Page 270 - Then he affirms that we receive in, with and under the bread and wine, the true body and blood of Christ; but immediately explains this to be, in other words, "that the exalted God.
Page 348 - ... to me now is the great, the all-absorbing question the question of questions. Mr. Merton continued to visit me, and to unfold to me the scheme of Christian Redemption, and assured me that, if I willed it, there was salvation even for me, for Christ had died for all, had made ample satisfaction on the cross for the sins of the whole world, and that great as my sins were, they were surpassed by the Divine Mercy. He instructed me in what I had to believe, and in what I had to do. The baptismal...
Page 315 - The Reformers of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century : their Intercourse and Correspondence. A Historical Sketch and Original Documents. Translated with additions, by the Revs. Hermann Schmettau and B. Harris Cowper.
Page 270 - Carlstadt ( 124, 3) had denied utterly the presence of the body and blood of the Lord in the sacrament.
Page 392 - ... between the kingdom of nature and the kingdom of grace (the kingdom of ends in relation to the supreme end, ie man under moral laws).

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