History of the Christian Church, Volume 2

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Contents

Smaller NonRoman Catholic Bodies
559
CHAPTER Vm
565
CHAPTER IX
573
The Moravians
581
CHAPTER XI
589
Bourbon Reforms
598
Great Britain
608
PostReformation England
615
The Puritans under Elizabeth
624
Anglicans and Puritans under the First Stuart
634
CHAPTER IV
643
The Church of England from the Restoration to the Eve of
652
Uniformity 1662Nonconforming clergyFirst Conventicle ActThe Great
663
The Presbyterian Ascendency
664
The Conqrxqationaijstb
675
The Baptists
691
tistsTypes of BaptistsNewman on Continental BaptistsJohn Knox versus
705
the FriendsKindred views of General BaptistsLaymen as preachers
716
Melvilles courageMelville and King JamesMelville restricted and impris
732
Ireland from Elizabeth to Anns 788
733
THE RECENT PERIOD
741
cismSupernaturalism and RationalismSchleiermacherHegel Strauss
751
the papacyIncreased UltramontanismThe KulturkampfThe Old Cath
761
sion of the SalzburgersPersecution in HungarySilesia a refugeConditions
769
CHAPTER Vn The Church in Austria since the Time or Joseph II
770
CHAPTER X
777
The Popes and Italian Unity
783
The Later Danish Church
790
Relation of the Greek Church to Protestantism
799
Great Britain
805
CHAPTER II
814
Other Leaders op the Evangelical Movement
821
CHAPTER IV
828
CHAPTER V
835
CHAPTER VI
844
Later Developments of Roman Catholicism 658
853
CHAPTER IX
864
Schisms in the Scotch ChurchGillespie and the United Presbyterian Church
870
HI The American Church
872
The Religious Development of the Colonies
883
Denominational Development
892
Missions and Reforms
906
terian missionsBaptist missionsMethodist missionsSlaveryThe Freed
913
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