The history of Protestantism, Bind 2

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Cassel, Petter & Galpin, 1874

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ESTABLISHMENT OF PROTESTANTISM IN DENMARK
41
XPROTESTANTISM UNDER CHRISTIAN III AND ITS EXTENSION TO NORWAY AND ICELAND
45
Book Eleventh PROTESTANTISM IN SWITZERLAND FROM ITS ESTABLISHMENT IN ZURICH 1525 TO THE DEATH OF ZWINGLE 1531
51
DISPUTATION AT BADEN AND ITS RESULTS
56
OUTBREAK AND SUPPRESSION OF ANABAPTISM IN SWITZERLAND
59
ESTABLISHMENT OF PROTESTANTISM AT BERN
64
REFORMATION CONSUMMATED IN BASLE
70
LEAGUE OF THE FIVE CANTONS WITH AUSTRIASWITZERLAND DIVIDED
76
ARMSNEGOTIATIONSPEACE
81
VIIIPROPOSED CHRISTIAN REPUBLIC FOR DEFENCE OF CIVIL RIGHTS
85
GATHERING OF A SECOND STORM
88
DEATH OF ZWINGLE
93
Book Twelfth PROTESTANTISM IN GERMANY FROM THE AUGSBURG CONFESSION TO THE PEACE OF PASSAU ITHE SCHMALKALD L...
95
THE GERMAN ANABAPTISTS OR THE HEAVENLY KINGDOM
99
ACCESSION OF PRINCES AND STATES TO PROTESTANTISM
104
DEATH AND BURIAL OF LUTHER
107
THE SCHMALKALD WAR AND DEFEAT OF THE PROTESTANTS
112
THE INTERIM REESTABLISHMENT OF PROTESTANTISM PAGE 107
117
FROM RISE OF PROTESTANTISM IN FRANCE 1510 TO PUBLICATION OF THE INSTITUTES 1536
123
THE FIRST PROTESTANT CONGREGATION OF FRANCE
134
COMMENCEMENT OF PERSECUTION IN FRANCE
137
THE FIRST MARTYRS OF FRANCE
141
CALVIN HIS BIRTH AND EDUCATION
146
CALVINS CONVERSION
149
CALVIN BECOMES A STUDENT OF
155
CALVIN THE EVANGELIST AND BERQUIN THE MARTYR
158
CALVIN AT PARIS AND FRANCIS NEGOTIATING WITH GERMANY AND ENGLAND
164
THE GOSPEL PREACHED IN PARISA MARTYR
168
CALVINS FLIGHT FROM PARIS
174
FIRST PROTESTANT ADMINISTRATION OF THE LORDS SUPPER IN FRANCE
178
CATHERINE DE MEDICI
183
MARRIAGE OF HENRY OF FRANCE TO CATHERINE DE MEDICI
186
MELANCTHONS PLAN FOR UNITING WITTEMBERG AND ROME
190
PLAN OF FRANCIS I FOR COMBINING LUTHERANISM AND ROMANISM
196
FIRST DISCIPLES OF THE GOSPEL IN PARIS
198
THE NIGHT OF THE PLACARDS
205
MARTYRS AND EXILES
208
OTHER AND MORE DREADFUL MARTYRDOMS
213
BASLE AND THE INSTITUTES XXIII THE INSTITUTES
219
CALVIN ON PREDESTINATION AND ELECTION
231
CALVINS APPEAL TO FRANCIS I
233
THE CITY AND ITS HISTORY
238
II
241
GENEVESE MARTYRS OF LIBERTY
243
THE REFORM COMMENCED IN LAUSANNE AND ESTABLISHED IN MORAT AND NEUCHÂTEL
247
TUMULTSSUCCESSESTOLERATION
251
FAREL ENTERS GENEVA
256
GENEVA ON THE BRINK OF CIVIL
260
VIIHEROISM OF GENEVA
265
ROME FALLS AND GENEVA RISES
268
ESTABLISHMENT OF PROTESTANTISM IN GENEVA
274
XCALVIN ENTERS GENEVAITS CIVIL AND ECCLESIASTICAL CONSTITUTION
280
SUMPTUARY LAWSCALVIN AND FAREL BANISHED
285
CALVIN AT STRASBURGROME DRAWS NEAR TO GENEVA
291
247
296
ABORTIVE CONFERENCES AT HAGENAU AND RATISBON
297
CALVIN RETURNS TO GENEVA
299
CONDEMNATION AND DEATH OF SERVETUS
333
CALVINS CORRESPONDENCE WITH MARTYRS REFORMERS AND MONARCHS
340
CALVINS MANIFOLD LABOURS
345
FINAL VICTORY AND GLORY OF GENEVA
349
GENEVA AND ITS INFLUENCE IN EUROPE
353
THE ACADEMY OF GENEVA
358
THE SOCIAL AND FAMILY LIFE OF GENEVA
362
CALVINS LAST ILLNESS AND DEATH
365
CALVINS WORK
370
Book Fifteenth THE JESUITS I IGNATIUS LOYOLA
377
LOYOLAS FIRST DISCIPLES
382
ORGANISATION AND TRAINING OF THE JESUITS
387
MORAL CODE OF THE JESUITSPROBABILISM C
393
THE JESUIT TEACHING ON REGICIDE MURDER LYING THEFT c
398
THE SECRET INSTRUCTIONS OF THE JESUITS
404
JESUIT MANAGEMENT OF RICH WIDOWS AND THE HEIRS OF GREAT FAMILIES
407
DIFFUSION OF THE JESUITS THROUGHOUT CHRISTENDOM
412
COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES AND BANISHMENTS
416
RESTORATION OF THE INQUISITION
421
THE TORTURES OF THE INQUISITION
424
PROTESTANTISM IN THE WALDENSIAN VALLEYS I ANTIQUITY AND FIRST PERSECUTIONS OF THE WALDENSES
430
CATANEOS EXPEDITION 1488 AGAINST THE DAUPHINESE AND PIEDMONTESE CONFESSORS
436
CHAPTER PAGE III FAILURE OF CATANEOS EXPEDITION
441
SYNOD IN THE WALDENSIAN VALLEYS
445
PERSECUTIONS AND MARTYRDOMS
449
PREPARATIONS FOR A WAR OF EXTERMINATION
456
THE GREAT CAMPAIGN OF 1561
461
WALDENSIAN COLONIES IN CALABRIA AND APULIA
468
EXTINCTION OF WALDENSES IN CALABRIA
472
THE YEAR OF THE PLAGUE
476
THE GREAT MASSACRE
479
265
483
EXPLOITS OF GIANAVELLOMASSACRE AND PILLAGE OF RORA
488
THE EXILE
494
RETURN TO THE VALLEYS
498
FINAL REESTABLISHMENT IN THEIR VALLEYS
503
CONDITION OF THE WALDENSES FROM 1690
508
Book Seventeenth PROTESTANTISM IN FRANCE FROM DEATH OF FRANCIS I 1547 TO EDICT OF NANTES 1598
512
HENRY II AND HIS PERSECUTIONS
518
FIRST NATIONAL SYNOD OF THE FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH
525
A GALLERY OF PORTRAITS
532
THE GUISES AND THE INSURRECTION OF AMBOISE
538
CHARLES IX THE TRIUMVIRATECOLLOQUY AT POISSY
546
MASSACRE AT VASSY AND COMMENCEMENT OF THE CIVIL WARS
555
COMMENCEMENT OF THE HUGUENOT WARS
562
THE FIRST HUGUENOT WAR AND DEATH OF THE DUKE OF GUISE
568
CATHERINE DE MEDICI AND HER SON CHARLES IX CONFERENCE AT BAYONNETHE ST BARTHOLOMEW PLOTTED
574
SECOND AND THIRD HUGUENOT WARS
580
SYNOD OF LA ROCHELLE
585
THE PROMOTERS OF THE ST BARTHOLOMEW MASSACRE
588
NEGOTIATIONS OF THE COURT WITH THE HUGUENOTS
592
THE MARRIAGE AND PREPARATIONS FOR THE MASSACRE
597
THE MASSACRE OF ST BARTHOLOMEW
600
RESURRECTION OF HUGUENOTISMDEATH OF CHARLES IX
608
NEW PERSECUTIONSREIGN AND DEATH OF HENRY III
614
HENRY IV AND THE EDICT OF NANTES
617

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