Church History, Vol. 3 of 3
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Church History, Vol. 3 of 3

By J. H. (Johann Heinrich) Kurtz
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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Second Section. Church History Of The Seventeenth Century.
    • I. Relations between the Different Churches.
      • § 152. East and West.
      • § 153. Catholicism and Protestantism.
      • § 154. Lutheranism and Calvinism.
      • § 155. Anglicanism and Puritanism.9
    • § 152. East and West.
    • § 153. Catholicism and Protestantism.
    • § 154. Lutheranism and Calvinism.
    • § 155. Anglicanism and Puritanism.9
    • II. The Roman Catholic Church.
      • § 156. The Papacy, Monkery, and Foreign Missions.
      • § 157. Quietism and Jansenism.
      • § 158. Science and Art in the Catholic Church.
    • § 156. The Papacy, Monkery, and Foreign Missions.
    • § 157. Quietism and Jansenism.
    • § 158. Science and Art in the Catholic Church.
    • III. The Lutheran Church.
      • § 159. Orthodoxy and its Battles.21
      • § 160. The Religious Life.
    • § 159. Orthodoxy and its Battles.21
    • § 160. The Religious Life.
    • IV. The Reformed Church.
      • § 161. Theology and its Battles.
      • § 162. The Religious Life.29
    • § 161. Theology and its Battles.
    • § 162. The Religious Life.29
    • V. Anti- and Extra-Ecclesiastical Parties.
      • § 163. Sects and Fanatics.
      • § 164. Philosophers and Freethinkers.41
    • § 163. Sects and Fanatics.
    • § 164. Philosophers and Freethinkers.41
  • Third Section. Church History Of The Eighteenth Century.48
    • I. The Catholic Church in East and West.
      • § 165. The Roman Catholic Church.
      • § 166. The Oriental Churches.
    • § 165. The Roman Catholic Church.
    • § 166. The Oriental Churches.
    • II. The Protestant Churches.
      • § 167. The Lutheran Church before “the Illumination.”
      • § 168. The Church of the Moravian Brethren.61
      • § 169. The Reformed Church before the “Illumination.”
      • § 170. New Sects and Fanatics.
      • § 171. Religion, Theology, and Literature of the “Illumination.”73
      • § 172. Church Life in the Period of the “Illumination.”
    • § 167. The Lutheran Church before “the Illumination.”
    • § 168. The Church of the Moravian Brethren.61
    • § 169. The Reformed Church before the “Illumination.”
    • § 170. New Sects and Fanatics.
    • § 171. Religion, Theology, and Literature of the “Illumination.”73
    • § 172. Church Life in the Period of the “Illumination.”
  • Fourth Section. Church History Of The Nineteenth Century.
    • I. General and Introductory.
      • § 173. Survey of Religious Movements of Nineteenth Century.
      • § 174. Nineteenth Century Culture in Relation to Christianity and the Church.
      • § 175. Intercourse and Negotiations between the Churches.
    • § 173. Survey of Religious Movements of Nineteenth Century.
    • § 174. Nineteenth Century Culture in Relation to Christianity and the Church.
    • § 175. Intercourse and Negotiations between the Churches.
    • II. Protestantism in General.82
      • § 176. Rationalism and Pietism
      • § 177. Evangelical Union and Lutheran Separation.
      • § 178. Evangelical Confederation.
      • § 179. Lutheranism, Melanchthonianism, and Calvinism.
      • § 180. The “Protestantenverein.”
      • § 181. Disputes about Forms of Worship.
      • § 182. Protestant Theology in Germany.
      • § 183. Home Missions.
      • § 184. Foreign Missions.
    • § 176. Rationalism and Pietism
    • § 177. Evangelical Union and Lutheran Separation.
    • § 178. Evangelical Confederation.
    • § 179. Lutheranism, Melanchthonianism, and Calvinism.
    • § 180. The “Protestantenverein.”
    • § 181. Disputes about Forms of Worship.
    • § 182. Protestant Theology in Germany.
    • § 183. Home Missions.
    • § 184. Foreign Missions.
    • III. Catholicism in General.
      • § 185. The Papacy and the States of the Church.
      • § 186. Various Orders and Associations.
      • § 187. Liberal Catholic Movements.
      • § 188. Catholic Ultramontanism.
      • § 189. The Vatican Council.104
      • § 190. The Old Catholics.
      • § 191. Catholic Theology, especially in Germany.
    • § 185. The Papacy and the States of the Church.
    • § 186. Various Orders and Associations.
    • § 187. Liberal Catholic Movements.
    • § 188. Catholic Ultramontanism.
    • § 189. The Vatican Council.104
    • § 190. The Old Catholics.
    • § 191. Catholic Theology, especially in Germany.
    • IV. Relation of Church to the Empire and to the States.
      • § 192. The German Confederation.
      • § 193. Prussia.
      • § 194. The North German smaller States.
      • § 195. Bavaria.
      • § 196. The South German Smaller States and Rhenish Alsace and Lorraine.
      • § 197. The so-called Kulturkampf in the German Empire.106
      • § 198. Austria-Hungary.
      • § 199. Switzerland.
      • § 200. Holland and Belgium.
      • § 201. The Scandinavian Countries.
      • § 202. Great Britain and Ireland.
      • § 203. France.
      • § 204. Italy.
      • § 205. Spain and Portugal.
      • § 206. Russia.
      • § 207. Greece and Turkey.
      • § 208. The United States of America.120
      • § 209. The Roman Catholic States of South America.
    • § 192. The German Confederation.
    • § 193. Prussia.
    • § 194. The North German smaller States.
    • § 195. Bavaria.
    • § 196. The South German Smaller States and Rhenish Alsace and Lorraine.
    • § 197. The so-called Kulturkampf in the German Empire.106
    • § 198. Austria-Hungary.
    • § 199. Switzerland.
    • § 200. Holland and Belgium.
    • § 201. The Scandinavian Countries.
    • § 202. Great Britain and Ireland.
    • § 203. France.
    • § 204. Italy.
    • § 205. Spain and Portugal.
    • § 206. Russia.
    • § 207. Greece and Turkey.
    • § 208. The United States of America.120
    • § 209. The Roman Catholic States of South America.
    • V. Opponents of Church and of Christianity.
      • § 210. Sectarians and Enthusiasts in the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Russian Domains.
      • § 211. Sectaries and Enthusiasts in the Protestant Domain.
      • § 212. Antichristian Socialism and Communism.
    • § 210. Sectarians and Enthusiasts in the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Russian Domains.
    • § 211. Sectaries and Enthusiasts in the Protestant Domain.
    • § 212. Antichristian Socialism and Communism.
  • Chronological Tables.
  • Index.
  • Footnotes
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