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A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2)

By Thomas M. Lindsay
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  • A HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS
  • BOOK III. THE REFORMED CHURCHES.
  • BOOK IV. THE REFORMATION IN ENGLAND.
  • BOOK V. ANABAPTISM AND SOCINIANISM.
  • BOOK VI. THE COUNTER-REFORMATION.
  • BOOK III.
  • THE REFORMED CHURCHES.
  • CHAPTER I.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • § 1. The Limitations of the Peace of Augsburg.
    • § 2. The Reformation outside Germany.
    • § 3. The Reformed type of Doctrine.
    • § 4. The Reformed ideal of Ecclesiastical Government.
    • § 5. The Influence of Humanism on the Reformed Churches.
    • § 6. What the Reformed Churches owed to Luther.
    • § 7. National Characteristics.
  • CHAPTER II.
    • THE REFORMATION IN SWITZERLAND UNDER ZWINGLI.
    • § 1. The political Condition of Switzerland.[9]
    • § 2. Zwingli’s Youth and Education.[10]
    • § 3. At Glarus and Einsiedeln.
    • § 4. Zwingli in Zurich.
    • § 5. The Public Disputations.
    • § 6. The Reformation outside Zurich.
    • § 7. The Sacramental Controversy.[37]
  • CHAPTER III.
    • THE REFORMATION IN GENEVA UNDER CALVIN.[42]
    • § 1. Geneva.
    • § 2. The Reformation in Western Switzerland.
    • § 3. Farel in Geneva.
    • § 4. Calvin: Youth and Education.
    • § 5. Calvin with Farel in Geneva.
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • THE REFORMATION IN FRANCE.[161]
    • § 1. Marguerite d’Angoulême and the “group of Meaux.”
    • § 2. Attempts to repress the Movement for Reform.
    • § 3. Change in the Character of the Movement for Reform.
    • § 4. Calvin and his Influence in France.
    • § 5. Persecution under Henry II.[192]
    • § 6. The Organisation of the French Protestant Church.
    • § 7. Reaction against Persecution.
    • § 8. The higher Aristocracy won for the Reformation.
    • § 9. France ruled by the Guises.[207]
    • § 10. Catherine de’ Medici becomes Regent.
    • § 11. The Conference at Poissy.
    • § 12. The Massacre of Vassy.
    • § 13. The Beginning of the Wars of Religion.
    • § 14. The Massacre of St. Bartholomew.
    • § 15. The Huguenot resistance after the Massacre.
    • § 16. The beginnings of the League.
    • § 17. The League becomes disloyal.[224]
    • § 18. The Day of Barricades.[225]
    • § 19. The King takes refuge with the Huguenots.
    • § 20. The Declaration of Henry IV.[229]
    • § 21. Henry IV. becomes a Roman Catholic.
    • § 22. The Edict of Nantes.
  • CHAPTER V.
    • THE REFORMATION IN THE NETHERLANDS.[230]
    • § 1. The Political Situation.
    • § 2. The Beginnings of the Reformation.
    • § 3. The Anabaptists.
    • § 4. Philip of Spain and the Netherlands.
    • § 5. William of Orange.
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • THE REFORMATION IN SCOTLAND.[273]
  • BOOK IV.
  • THE REFORMATION IN ENGLAND
  • CHAPTER I.
    • THE CHURCH OF HENRY VIII.[364]
  • CHAPTER II.
    • THE REFORMATION UNDER EDWARD VI.[475]
  • CHAPTER III.
    • THE REACTION UNDER MARY.[495]
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • THE SETTLEMENT UNDER ELIZABETH.[518]
  • BOOK V.
  • ANABAPTISM AND SOCINIANISM
  • CHAPTER I.
    • REVIVAL OF MEDIÆVAL ANTI-ECCLESIASTICAL MOVEMENTS.
  • CHAPTER II.
    • ANABAPTISM.[602]
  • CHAPTER III.
    • SOCINIANISM.[634]
  • BOOK VI.
  • THE COUNTER-REFORMATION.
  • CHAPTER I.
    • THE NECESSITY OF A REFORMATION OF SOME SORT UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED.[642]
  • CHAPTER II.
    • THE SPANISH CONCEPTION OF A REFORMATION.[649]
    • § 1. The Religious Condition of Spain.
    • § 2. Reformation under Ximenes.
    • § 3. The Spaniards and Luther.
    • § 4. Pope Adrian VI. and the Spanish Reformation.
  • CHAPTER III.
    • ITALIAN LIBERAL ROMAN CATHOLICS AND THEIR CONCEPTION OF A REFORMATION.[655]
    • § 1. The Religious Condition of Italy.
    • § 2. The Italian Roman Catholic Reformers.
    • §3. Cardinals Contarini and Caraffa.
    • § 4. The Conference at Regensburg.
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • IGNATIUS LOYOLA AND THE COMPANY OF JESUS.[669]
    • § 1. At Manresa.
    • § 2. Ignatius at Paris.
    • § 3. The Spiritual Exercises.
    • § 4. Ignatius in Italy.
    • § 5. The Society of Jesus.
  • CHAPTER V.
    • THE COUNCIL OF TRENT.[695]
    • § 1. The Assembling of the Council.
    • § 2. Procedure at the Council.
    • § 3. Restatement of Doctrines.
    • § 4. Second Meeting of the Council.
    • § 5. Third Meeting of the Council.
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • THE INQUISITION AND THE INDEX.[724]
    • § 1. The Inquisition in Spain.
    • § 2. The Inquisition in Italy.
    • § 3. The Index.
    • § 4. The Society of Jesus and the Counter-Reformation.
  • INDEX.
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