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Scriptuarum abusus, et natæ glorious knowledge of men, sunt hæreses.

abuse of the Scriptures has arisen, and heresies have sprung

up. 84. Abripere è Christianorum To snatch away the New Tesmanibus Novum Testamentum, tament from the hands of Chrisseu eis illud clausum tenere, au- tians, or to keep it closed to ferendo eis modum illud intel- them, amounts to closing the ligendi, est illis Christi os ob- mouth of Christ to them by turare.

taking away from them that

method of gaining knowledge. 85. Interdicere Christianis To interdict to Christians the lectionem sacræ Scripturæ, præ- reading of Holy Scripture, essertim Evangelii, est interdicere pecially of the Gospel, is to inusum luminis filiis lucis, ut terdict the use of light to the patiantur speciem quandam sons of light, and to cause them excommunicationis.

to endure a species of excommunication.

To the ordinary reader it is not clear why the apostolic malediction hurled against some of these sentences must not, in good logic, be regarded as smiting this language which the fathers of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore included in their Pastoral Letter: “It can hardly be necessary for us to remind you, beloved brethren, that the most highly valued treasure of every family library, and the most frequently and lovingly made use of, should be the Holy Scriptures.” (Acta et Decreta, p. lxxxix.)

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INDEX OF THE MODERN CHURCH.

[The number of the volume is omitted in references to Volume I., except where

it is required to prevent ambiguity.]

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ABSOLUTION, in relation to parents , Amherst College, iii. 229.

patronizing the public schools, iii. Amyraut, Moise, 601.
317 ff.

Anabaptists, 41, 87 ff., 101 f.
Absolutism, climax of papal, iii. 64 ff. Anderson, Lawrence, 116 f.
Acadia, ii. 136f., 141 f.

Andover Seminary, iii. 263, 268 ff.
Addison, Joseph, ii. 30.

Andreä, Jacob, 605.
Address to the Colonies, Wesley's, Andreä, J. V., 581 f.
ii. 87.

Andrew, Bishop, iii. 241 f.
Adopting Act, ii. 256 ff.

Anglo-Catholic scheme, developed in
Adrian VI., 129, 355.

time of Laud, 338 f.; approached by
Adventists, iii. 342 f.

the Nonjurors, ii. 2; adopted in some
African Methodist Episcopal Church, of its features by the Tractarians, iii.
iii. 286.

139 ff.
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Anna Ivanovna, ii. 443.
Church, iii. 286.

Anne, Queen, reign of, 572 ff.
Agnosticism, iii. 174, 218 f.

Annet, Peter, ii. 16.
Agricola, Rudolf, 17.

Anthony, of the house of Bourbon, 181.
Albert, Archbishop of Mayence, 57. Anthony of Lebrija, 14.
Alcott, A. B., iii. 254.

Anti-Cotton, 411.
Alexander IV., Pope, 368.

Anti-Mission Baptists, iii. 291.
Alexander VI., ii. 126 f., 181,

Antinomian controversy, ii. 229 ff.
Alexander VII., 388 f., 417, 487, 520. Anton, Paul, 591 f.
Alexander I., of Russia, ii. 445 ff. Antonelli, Cardinal, iii. 11.
Alexander II., iii. 374 f.

Antrim, Presbytery of, ii. 124.
Alexander III., iii. 375.

Apostolicum, the bull, ii. 332.
Alexander, Natalis, 473.

Aquaviva, 410, 427.
Alexander, of Parma, 247 f.

Argentine Republic, iii. 368.
Alford, Henry, iii. 135.

Arianism, ii. 98 f., 102, iii. 207, 251.
Algieri, 220.

Aristotle, 55.
Allan, William, iii. 187.

Armada, the Grand, 309, 317.
Allen, William, 307.

Armenians, 605, iii. 381.
Alva, Duke of, 242 ff.

Arminianism, 250 ff., 340, 345.
Alzog, J., 63 f.

Arminians, 250 ff.
Amboise, Tumult of, 189.

Arminius, James, 250 f.
America, the Colonies in, viewed as Arnauld, Angelique, 488.

to their political relations, ii. 126 ff.; Arnauld, Antoine, 489, 502.
the Colonies in their relations to the Arndt, John, 581 f.
natives, 158 ff.; ecclesiastical and re-Arnold, Gottfried, 583 f.
ligious developments in the colonial Arnold, Matthew, iii. 171, 175 ff.
era, 181 ff.; developments since the Arnold, Thomas, iii. 133, 138, 166 f.
colonial era, iii. 222 ff.

Arthur, William, iii. 181.

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Asbury, Francis, ii. 70, 270 f., 274, Bedell, William, 354.
276 f.

Beethoven, ii. 432,
Ascue, Anne, 279.

Behmenists, 526.
Associate Presbytery, ii. 106, 108. Bellarmin, Robert, 374, 387, 414, üi.
Associate Reformed Church, ii. 261. 48, 95.
Assurance, Wesley's doctrine of, ii. Bellows, H. W., iii. 257.
75 f.

Belsham, Thomas, ii. 99.
Attrition, doctrine of, 424, 492 f. Benedict XIII., ii. 321.
Audiencia, ii. 132.

Benedict XIV., 406 f., ii. 321, 378, 382.
Augsburg Confession, 98 f.

Benezet, Anthony, ii. 287.
Augsburg, Council of, in 1548, 431. Bengel, J. A., ii. 398 f.
Augsburg, Diet of, in 1530, 37' ff. Bennett, C. W., iii. 290.
Augsburg, Peace of, 109 f.

Benson, Joseph, ii. 82 f., iii. 180 f.
Augustine, 49, 54, 484 ff., ii. 348, iii. 97. Bentham, Jeremy, iii. 212.
Austria, 363, 520 f., i. 365 ff., üi. 2 ff., Bentley, Richard, ii. 20.
42, 106, 123 f.

Bergier, iii. 78.
Auto de fé, 227 ff., 517.

Berkeley, George, ii. 26, 123, 206.
Aztecs, ii. 128, 160 ff.

Berkeley, William, ii. 200 f.

Bernard Délicieux, 378.
BAADER, Franz von, 581.

Berridge, John, ii. 93.
Babington, Anthony, 308.

Bert, Paul, iii. 129.
Babylonish Captivity, a writing by Beza, Theodore, 149, 191.
Luther, 75 f.

Bible; see Scriptures.
Backus, Isaac, ii. 265.

Biddle, John, 527.
Bacon, Francis, 317, ii. 389.

Biedermann, A. E., iii. 35.
Baden, iii. 106 f.

Bilderdijk, iii. 38.
Bailly, ii. 71, 78.

Billets de confession, ii. 323 f.
Baines, Bishop, iii. 69.

Bilney, Thomas, 265 f.
Bale, John, 353.

Bismarck, iii. 3 ff., 16.
Ballou, Hosea, iii. 258.

Black, William, iii. 346.
Baltimore, Lord; see Calvert.

Blair, Hugh, ii. 109.
Bancroft, Archbishop, 316 f.

Blair, James, ii. 197.
Bancroft, H. H., ii. 165 ff.

Bledsoe, A. T., iii. 290.
Baptism, iii. 294'f.

Blenkinsopp, E. L., iii. 151 f.
Baptists, in England, 527, 529, ii. 97, Blount, Charles, ii. 11.

102 ff., iii. 182 ff.; in America, ii. Blue laws, ii. 151.
198 f., 228, 231 ff., 261 ff., 288, iii. Boardman, Richard, ii. 269, 277.
291 ff., 341, 350 f., 356.

Boccaccio, 11.
Barclay, Robert, ii. 267 f.

Boehler, Peter, ii. 45.
Baring-Gould, S., iji. 153.

Boehm, Martin, ii. 252.
Barnes, Albert, iii. 272 f.

Boehme, Jacob, 580 f., ii. 6.
Barnes, Robert, 265 f., 279.

Boes, Henry, 235.
Barneveldt, 253 f.

Bogatzky, K. H. von, ü. 400.
Barrow, Isaac, 558 f.

Bohemia, 364, 440 ff., 449.
Barrowe, Henry, 312.

Boileau, 464.
Bascom, H. B., iii. 289.

Boleyn, Anne, 270, 273.
Baumgarten, S. J., ii. 394.

Bolingbroke, ii. 18 f.
Baumgartner, Augustus, 432.

Bolivia, iii. 369.
Baur, F. C., iii. 24 f.

Bolsec, 157.
Bausset, Cardinal, 425.

Bonaventura, 54.
Bavaria, 363, 438, 442.

Bonner, Bishop, 289, 300.
Bayle, Peter, 482 ff.

Bonnet, Jules, 215.
Baxter, Richard, 540, 556 f.

Bonomelli, Bishop, iii. 126.
Bazard, iji. 130.

Book of Common Prayer, 282 ff., 304,
Beaton, Cardinal, 318, 320.

iii. 140, 150.
Beecher, H. W., iii. 267.

Booth, Abraham, ij. 104.
Beecher, Lyman, iii. 244, 260 f., 272. Borromeo, Carlo, 364.

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