MANUAL OF Universal Church History (Google eBook)

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Contents

The Anabaptists at MinisterBigamy of the Landgrave Philip of Hesse
115
Fresh Acts of Violence by ProtestantsRenewed attempts to Ad just Religious Difficulties
121
Death of LutherHis Public Character
126
The Schmalkaldic WarReligious Peace of Augsburg 1555
133
Calvin andhis Reform at GenevaBeza
143
Calvins System
150
Propagation of Protestantism in Europe 323 Protestantism in Prussia
156
Silesia
159
Poland
164
Livonia Courland Esthonia Hungary and Transylvania
171
Sweden
175
Denmark Norway and Iceland
188
England
191
Scotland
228
Ireland
235
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243
France
269
the Netherlands
284
General Causes of the Rapid Spread of Protestantism
291
Continuation of the History of ProtestantismIts Internal Dissensions 335 General Characteristics of Protestantism
298
The Protestant ClergyTheir RightsTheir Relations to the StateEpiscopal Territorial and ColUgiate System
302
Worship and Discipline w
305
Protestant Exegetics
309
3b9 Mystics and Visionaries
312
Controversies within the Reformed and Lutheran Churches
315
Sects among the Protestants
331
History of the Catholic Church ?342 Summary
339
The Ecumenical Council of Trent
340
Other Popes of this Epoch
360
345a The Papacy
368
The Secular and Regular ClergyRevival of Synods
370
The Order of the Jesuits
373
Labors of the Jesuits
381
The Other Orders
386
Foreign Missions
401
Theological Science in the Catholic Church
411
New Controversies on GraceBoius Molina Jansenius
424
Art still in the Service of the Church
431
Religious Life
437
Relation of Catholics to Protestants 354 Attempts at Reconciliation
442
The Thirty Years War
447
The Peace of Westphalia
455
The Greek Church i 357 The Greek Church under the Turks
461
Relations of the Greek Church to the Lutheran Calvinist and Catholic Churches
463
The GraecoRussian Church under its own Patriarchs
468
The Monophysites and Nestorians
472
SECOND EPOCH
475
Sources and WorksSummary
476
History of the Catholic Church 362 Popes of the Seventeenth Century
478
Popes of the Eighteenth Century
485
The Gallican Church Gallican Liberties
497
JansenismCase of ConscienceQuesnelSchism of Utrecht
500
QuietismMolinos Guyon Fenelon
510
Literature of the Gallican Church
517
Decline of Religious and Theological Science in FranceInfluence of the Freethinkers of England
522
The Catholic Church in Italy and Spain
531
The Catholic Church in Germany
539
Literary ActivityUnbeliefSuperstition in Germany
548
372 Political and Religious Disturbances in Poland
559
Worship and Discipline from the Sixteenth Century
572
Spread of Christianity 676
576
Protestant Missions
616
Relations of Catholics to Protestants
618
The Russian Church under the Permanent Synod
622
PART SECOND From the French Revolution down to Our Own Day 17891878
626
History of the Catholic Church
628
The French National Assembly La Constituantc 17891791
629
Legislative AssemblyNational ConventionDirectoryConsu lateTheophilanthropists
642
The Roman RepublicPius VI he dies in exile
650
Pontificate of Pius VII French Empire
652
Disagreement between the Pope and the Emperor
664
Sad Condition of the Church in Germany Italy and Spain
675
The Restoration
681
Rehabilitation of the PopeReestablishment of the Jesuits
683
Reorganization of the Catholic Church in Sardinia and the King dom of the Two Sicilies
687
The Catholic Church in GermanyCongress of Vienna
688
Pontificate of Leo XII and Pius VIII
691
Pontificate of Gregory XVI 18311846
694
The Catholic Church in France under the Bourbons
699
Continuation The Catholic Church in France under Louis Philippe
706
The Catholic Church in Spain
715
The Catholic Church in Portugal
722
New Birth of the Church in Great Britain and Ireland
725
The Catholic Church in Belgium and Holland
738
The Catholic Church in Switzerland
744
The Catholic Church in Austria
752
The Catholic Church in Bavaria
757
762
762
The Ecclesiastical Province of the Upper Rhine
771
The Catholic Church in Kussia
779
THE PONTIFICATE OF PIUS IX
782
His Energy in Ecclesiastical Affairs
791
413a and b The Twentieth Ecumenical Council of the Vatican and its
802
Revival of Religion in different Countries since 1846In Portugal and Spain
829
In France
834
In Belgium and Holland
843
In Great Britain and Ireland
847
In Germany and Switzerland
868
Catholic Literature in Germany since the Opening of the Nine teenth Century
885
Activity of the Catholics of Germany in the Field of Speculative Theology
900
Sects in Germany
910
The Catholic Church in Russia and Poland
918
The Missions of the Catholic Church
921
History of Protestantism SECTION FIRST History of Theology and of the Church in Germany 424 Futile Efforts to Preserve the Symbols of Protesta...
965
Influence of Modern Philosophy
970
The Ultimate Results of the Free Interpretation of Holy Scrip tures
975
The Theology of Compromise and Independent Theology
978
Revival of LutheranismModern Orthodoxy
984
a In Prussia b Outside of Prussia 989
989
Religious and Charitable Societies
992
SECTION SECOND History of Protestantism Outside of Germany 431 Protestantism in Denmark Sweden Holland France Great Britain and America
994
Enumeration of Sects Ancient and Modern
1003
Protestant Missions and Bible Societies
1006
Respective Situation of Catholics and Protestants
1015
Conclusion
1025
Chronological Table of Popes and Emperors
1031
Chronological Table of Principal Personages and Events
1033
Chronological Table of Councils
1046
General Index
1051
Table of Indian Tribes of the U S
1091
Table of Protestant Episcopal Sees out of the United Kingdom
1092

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