A History of the Reformation (Vol. 1 of 2)
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A History of the Reformation (Vol. 1 of 2)

By Thomas M. Lindsay
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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Series Advertisement.
  • Dedication.
  • Preface.
  • Book I. On The Eve Of The Reformation.
    • Chapter I. The Papacy.1
      • § 1. Claim to Universal Supremacy.
      • § 2. The Temporal Supremacy.
      • § 3. The Spiritual Supremacy.
    • § 1. Claim to Universal Supremacy.
    • § 2. The Temporal Supremacy.
    • § 3. The Spiritual Supremacy.
    • Chapter II. The Political Situation.15
      • § 1. The small extent of Christendom.
      • § 2. Consolidation.
      • § 3. England.
      • § 4. France.
      • § 5. Spain.
      • § 6. Germany and Italy.
      • § 7. Italy.
      • § 8. Germany.
    • § 1. The small extent of Christendom.
    • § 2. Consolidation.
    • § 3. England.
    • § 4. France.
    • § 5. Spain.
    • § 6. Germany and Italy.
    • § 7. Italy.
    • § 8. Germany.
    • Chapter III. The Renaissance.16
      • § 1. The Transition from the Mediæval to the Modern World.
      • § 2. The Revival of Literature and Art.
      • § 3. Its earlier relation to Christianity.
      • § 4. The Brethren of the Common Lot.
      • § 5. German Universities, Schools, and Scholarship.
      • § 6. The earlier German Humanists.
      • § 7. The Humanist Circles in the Cities.
      • § 8. Humanism in the Universities.
      • § 9. Reuchlin.
      • § 10. The “Epistolæ Obscurorum Virorum.”
      • § 11. Ulrich von Hutten.
    • § 1. The Transition from the Mediæval to the Modern World.
    • § 2. The Revival of Literature and Art.
    • § 3. Its earlier relation to Christianity.
    • § 4. The Brethren of the Common Lot.
    • § 5. German Universities, Schools, and Scholarship.
    • § 6. The earlier German Humanists.
    • § 7. The Humanist Circles in the Cities.
    • § 8. Humanism in the Universities.
    • § 9. Reuchlin.
    • § 10. The “Epistolæ Obscurorum Virorum.”
    • § 11. Ulrich von Hutten.
    • Chapter IV. Social Conditions.47
      • § 1. Towns and Trade.
      • § 2. Geographical Discoveries and the beginning of a World Trade.
      • § 3. Increase in Wealth and luxurious Living.
      • § 4. The Condition of the Peasantry.
      • § 5. Earlier Social Revolts.
      • § 6. The religious Socialism of Hans Böhm.
      • § 7. Bundschuh Revolts.
      • § 8. The Causes of the continuous Revolts.
    • § 1. Towns and Trade.
    • § 2. Geographical Discoveries and the beginning of a World Trade.
    • § 3. Increase in Wealth and luxurious Living.
    • § 4. The Condition of the Peasantry.
    • § 5. Earlier Social Revolts.
    • § 6. The religious Socialism of Hans Böhm.
    • § 7. Bundschuh Revolts.
    • § 8. The Causes of the continuous Revolts.
    • Chapter V. Family And Popular Religious Life in the Decades Before the Reformation.67
      • § 1. Devotion of Germany to the Roman Church.
      • § 2. Preaching.
      • § 3. Church Festivals.
      • § 4. The Family Religious Life.
      • § 5. A superstitious Religion based on Fear.
      • § 6. A non-Ecclesiastical Religion.
      • § 7. The “Brethren.”
    • § 1. Devotion of Germany to the Roman Church.
    • § 2. Preaching.
    • § 3. Church Festivals.
    • § 4. The Family Religious Life.
    • § 5. A superstitious Religion based on Fear.
    • § 6. A non-Ecclesiastical Religion.
    • § 7. The “Brethren.”
    • Chapter VI. Humanism And Reformation.105
      • § 1. Savonarola.
      • § 2. John Colet.
      • § 3. Erasmus.
    • § 1. Savonarola.
    • § 2. John Colet.
    • § 3. Erasmus.
  • Book II. The Reformation.
    • Chapter I. Luther to the Beginning of the Controversy About Indulgences.130
      • § 1. Why Luther was successful as the Leader in a Reformation.
      • § 2. Luther's Youth and Education.
      • § 3. Luther in the Erfurt Convent.
      • § 4. Luther's early Life in Wittenberg.
      • § 5. Luther's early Lectures in Theology.
      • § 6. The Indulgence-seller.
    • § 1. Why Luther was successful as the Leader in a Reformation.
    • § 2. Luther's Youth and Education.
    • § 3. Luther in the Erfurt Convent.
    • § 4. Luther's early Life in Wittenberg.
    • § 5. Luther's early Lectures in Theology.
    • § 6. The Indulgence-seller.
    • Chapter II. From The Beginning of the Indulgence Controversy to the Diet of Worms.152
      • § 1. The Theory and Practice of Indulgences in the Sixteenth Century.
      • § 2. Luther's Theses.162
      • § 3. The Leipzig Disputation.167
      • § 4. The Three Treatises.171
      • § 5. The Papal Bull.
      • § 6. Luther the Representative of Germany.
    • § 1. The Theory and Practice of Indulgences in the Sixteenth Century.
    • § 2. Luther's Theses.162
    • § 3. The Leipzig Disputation.167
    • § 4. The Three Treatises.171
    • § 5. The Papal Bull.
    • § 6. Luther the Representative of Germany.
    • Chapter III. The Diet Of Worms.176
      • § 1. The Roman Nuncio Aleander.
      • § 2. The Emperor Charles v.
      • § 3. In the City of Worms.
      • § 4. Luther in Worms.
      • § 5. Luther's first Appearance before the Diet of Worms.222
      • § 6. Luther's Second Appearance before the Diet.
      • § 7. The Conferences.
      • § 8. The Ban.
      • § 9. Popular Literature.
      • § 10. The Spread of Luther's Teaching.
      • § 11. Andrew Bodenstein of Carlstadt.309
      • § 12. Luther back in Wittenberg.
    • § 1. The Roman Nuncio Aleander.
    • § 2. The Emperor Charles v.
    • § 3. In the City of Worms.
    • § 4. Luther in Worms.
    • § 5. Luther's first Appearance before the Diet of Worms.222
    • § 6. Luther's Second Appearance before the Diet.
    • § 7. The Conferences.
    • § 8. The Ban.
    • § 9. Popular Literature.
    • § 10. The Spread of Luther's Teaching.
    • § 11. Andrew Bodenstein of Carlstadt.309
    • § 12. Luther back in Wittenberg.
    • Chapter IV. From The Diet of Worms to the Close Of the Peasants' War.
      • § 1. The continued spread of Lutheran Teaching.
      • § 2. The beginnings of Division in Germany.
      • § 3. The Peasants' War.319
      • § 4. The Twelve Articles.
      • § 5. The Suppression of the Revolt.
      • § 6. Luther and the Peasants' War.
      • § 7. Germany divided into two separate Camps.
    • § 1. The continued spread of Lutheran Teaching.
    • § 2. The beginnings of Division in Germany.
    • § 3. The Peasants' War.319
    • § 4. The Twelve Articles.
    • § 5. The Suppression of the Revolt.
    • § 6. Luther and the Peasants' War.
    • § 7. Germany divided into two separate Camps.
    • Chapter V. From The Diet Of Speyer, 1526, To The Religious Peace Of Augsburg, 1555.
      • § 1. The Diet of Speyer, 1526.326
      • § 2. The Protest.329
      • § 3. Luther and Zwingli.
      • § 4. The Marburg Colloquy.331
      • § 5. The Emperor in Germany.
      • § 6. The Diet of Augsburg 1530.337
      • § 7. The Augsburg Confession.342
      • § 8. The Reformation to be crushed.
      • § 9. The Schmalkald League.353
      • § 10. The Bigamy of Philip of Hesse.357
      • § 11. Maurice of Saxony.
      • § 12. Luther's Death.
      • § 13. The Religious War.364
      • § 14. The Augsburg Interim.365
      • § 15. Religious Peace of Augsburg.368
    • § 1. The Diet of Speyer, 1526.326
    • § 2. The Protest.329
    • § 3. Luther and Zwingli.
    • § 4. The Marburg Colloquy.331
    • § 5. The Emperor in Germany.
    • § 6. The Diet of Augsburg 1530.337
    • § 7. The Augsburg Confession.342
    • § 8. The Reformation to be crushed.
    • § 9. The Schmalkald League.353
    • § 10. The Bigamy of Philip of Hesse.357
    • § 11. Maurice of Saxony.
    • § 12. Luther's Death.
    • § 13. The Religious War.364
    • § 14. The Augsburg Interim.365
    • § 15. Religious Peace of Augsburg.368
    • Chapter VI. The Organisation Of Lutheran Churches.372
    • Chapter VII. The Lutheran Reformation Outside Germany.385
    • Chapter VIII. The Religious Principles Inspiring The Reformation.386
      • § 1. The Reformation did not take its rise from a Criticism of Doctrines.
      • § 2. The universal Priesthood of Believers.
      • § 3. Justification by Faith.
      • § 4. Holy Scripture.
      • § 5. The Person of Christ.
      • § 6. The Church.
    • § 1. The Reformation did not take its rise from a Criticism of Doctrines.
    • § 2. The universal Priesthood of Believers.
    • § 3. Justification by Faith.
    • § 4. Holy Scripture.
    • § 5. The Person of Christ.
    • § 6. The Church.
  • Index.
  • Footnotes
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