Arthur Stephen McGrade (ed.), Richard Hooker: Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, Vol. 3: Books VI-VIII

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absolution 2:288; 3:13–14, 18, 32, 33, 35, 41, 46–69
abuses 1:80; 2:10, 27, 40, 134–5, 203, 211, 214–15, 248; 3:194, 205, 254
of privileges and dispensations 2:325, 331–2, 333; 3:176, 185
of Scripture 1:152; 2:122; 3:141
acolytes 3:158
adoration 1:47, 51, 52, 53, 106; 2:19, 151, 182, 195, 230; 3:139, 165
of the cross (imputed to Roman Catholics) 2:203, 209–10, 211, 212, 214
of idols 2:213–14
of Jesus 2:151, 247
of religion 3:134
of the Trinity 2:117, 139
adverbs 2:189
adversity 2:80, 122, 126–35
affections 1:58, 159, 193; 2:4, 13, 17, 130, 133, 158, 195, 258, 289, 291; 3:3, 46, 247, 261
as causes 1:14, 21; 2:11, 302; 3:4
as effects 2:2, 34, 58, 67, 76, 101, 102, 117, 137, 158, 213, 268, 325; 3:123
good 1:18, 175, 203, 216; 2:18, 39, 73, 93, 97, 106, 108, 135, 136, 137, 189, 191, 193, 201, 224, 272, 275, 276; 3:10, 23, 31, 33, 42, 141, 149, 162, 175, 177, 179, 181, 187
questionable 1:27, 39, 44, 118, 213; 2:184, 196, 266; 3:3, 145, 176, 177
lacking towards God or the church 2:9, 66, 69, 77, 84, 204, 282, 325
towards God 1:119; 2:21, 38, 40, 75, 85, 95, 102, 109, 128, 305; 3:135, 264
Africa 1:141–2; 2:183; 3:121–2; see also councils, African
authority of bishops in 3:120, 142–3
diocese of as Roman administrative unit 3:103
Alexandria 2:183–4; 3:50, 96, 100–1
Arianism in 2:111, 286
early procedure for election of bishops 3:83–5
primatial status of 3:105-8
alms 2:39, 73, 249; 3:68, 187
and church organization 1:14, 19; 2:300
and penance 3:41, 48, 69
Amphipolis 3:103
Anabaptists 1:16, 32–7, 168; 2:186, 197; 3:91, 139–40, 236, 239
angels 1:47, 52–4, 55, 62, 99, 120; 2:25, 35, 85, 105, 142, 165, 241; 3:67, 157
bishops as 1:139; 3:8, 44, 72, 82, 88, 113, 115, 179
instruction and prayer as 2:73
in society with us 1:94; 2:74, 76; 3:217
anger 1:58, 225; 2:17, 31, 128, 193, 325
Antichrist, Antichristianity 1:29, 35, 199–200, 210, 215, 230
Cyprian on 1:142, 224
Antioch 1:139, 218–19; 2:83, 104; 3:92, 96, 100, 164; see also councils, Antioch
bishops of 3:80, 88, 266
early structure of ministry in 2:311
post-Nicene Christological controversy in 2:116
primatial status of 3:105, 106, 108
apocrypha 2:48–55, 56
Apollinarians 2:152; 3:26; see also Index of persons, Apollinarius
apostasy 2:190, 208, 213, 236, 281, 285, 325
apostate 2:195
Apostles' creed 2:111, 115, 195
Apostolic canons, see councils, Apostolic canons
appetite 1:54, 55, 101; 2:190, 268, 291, 327
and will 1:58–9
Arabs 2:45, 104
archbishop 2:1, 112; 3:73.e, 102, 104, 105, 115, 118, 120, 122, 133, 142, 143, 152
Puritan objections to 1:29; 3:106, 156
archdeacon 2:300, 308; 3:98
arch-presbyter 3:98
Arles, see councils, Arles
arms 1:79; 3:209
Athanasian creed 2:80, 96, 114
atheism, atheist 1:163, 214; 2:13–16; 3:65, 96–7, 98
attire 2:82, 300, 303; 3:157
appropriate 1:33; 2:274, 275; 3:21, 41
controversy with Puritans about 1:150, 182, 187, 235; 2:80, 83–8, 203
divinely commanded 1:111, 169, 205
Babylon 2:15, 36, 250, 303; 3:191
as figure of false churches 1:14, 29, 216
pg 406baptism 1:226; 2:44, 89, 195-6, 247; 3:13, 58
Anabaptists on 1:34
grace received in 2:166, 222, 225
of infants 1:144, 203, 215; 2:192, 197–202
as mark of the church 1:79, 139, 140; 2:115–16
necessity of 1:91, 182; 2:167–76
rebaptism of those baptized by heretics? 1:141–2; 2:182–6
sign of the cross in 1:29; 2:202–15
substance of and things accessory in 1:192; 2:168, 176–80
by women, validity of 2:180–94
beauty 1:61, 82, 83, 84, 178; 2:39, 82, 85; 3:58, 135, 151
of art 1:49; 2:102
of church 2:21, 31, 38, 40, 76
of God 1:46, 52, 53, 62, 86
of nature 1:66, 118, 206; 2:11, 304
Benedictus 2:80, 106–8
benefice 2:314, 315–16, 328; 3:175-6
Berea 1:11
Bethsaida 3:7–8
bishops 1:20, 27; 2:299–300; 3:71–8, 233; see also high priest, bishop as; angels, bishops as
church's consent as basis for continuing authority of angels, bishops; 3:86–7
divine inspiration as source of episcopal governance? 3:88
episcopacy and the English royal supremacy 3:246–54, 260–1
episcopal ideals and faults of contemporary bishops 2:91; 3:172–9
governing with their presbyters 3:96–8
need for 1:188; 3:118–22
origin of episcopal governance 3:78–88
their power in the early church 3:89–96
Puritan opposition to 3:109–45
as against divine law 3:139–44
as a human invention 3:112–18
as worse than bishops in the early church 3:122–39
honour due them:
by endowment with lands and livings 3:159, 164–72, 179–87
other honour due 3:154–8
why honour is due 3:147–54
relations with emperors in the patristic period 3:257–60
sometimes exercised authority over emperors 3:264–7
territorial organization of episcopal and supraepiscopal governance in the patristic church 3:99–109
bliss 1:53, 60, 81–5, 133; 2:67, 245, 280; 3:219, 232
Braga, see councils, Braga
Britain, bishops from fourth century in 3:73
Britons, Christian faith kept when driven back by Saxons 3:73
belief in transmigration of souls noted by Julius Caesar 2:12
burial 1:154, 182; 2:19, 262, 274–7
Bythinia 3:88
Caesarea 3:106
Canaan 1:209; 2:41–2; 3:103, 165, 166
difference of ceremonies from Canaanites not God's aim? 1:204, 206
opportunity for religious pomp and stateliness in 1:196
Canon law 1:166; 2:211, 273; 3:21, 125, 248, 249–50; see also Index of persons, Gratian; Gregory IX, Pope; John XXII, Pope
Capernaum, curiosity about Jesus' arrival there 2:223
Carthage 3:120; see also councils, Carthage
mother city of Africa 3:103
origin of Donatism in 2:184
catechizing 1:238; 2:43–4, 299
cathedral 2:315, 324; 3:98, 100, 169, 176, 182, 240
Chalcedon, see councils, Chalcedon
Chaldea 1:160; 2:260
charity 1:10, 19, 115, 184, 207, 228; 2:70, 84, 124
and correction of faults 1:185, 192, 241; 3:6, 12
as generosity in thought or action 1:138, 148; 2:36, 39, 110, 128, 135, 136, 175, 252; 3:12, 41, 68, 179, 183
as theological virtue 1:86, 140; 2:137, 138, 164; 3:62
childbirth 1:152; 2:272–4
children 1:16, 58, 64, 66, 135, 219; 2:193, 221; 3:154, 237; see also infants
baptism of 1:144; 2:175, 177, 189, 190, 194, 197, 322
raising and welfare of 1:135; 2:60, 68, 90, 220, 249, 269; 3:46
choice 1:57–9, 65, 73, 89, 110-11, 133; 2:13, 27
Chorazin 3:7
Chorepiscopi 3:101
Christ, person of 1:86; 2:64, 122–3, 234–5; 3:80–1
divine and human natures in 2:111–19, 130–1, 139–57
in the Eucharist 2:222–31
gifts in honour of 3:162, 163, 173
and repentance 3:38, 40–1
rule of 3:12, 136, 161–2, 213, 216–17, 219
union of with the church 2:157–64
in worship 2:37, 51, 63, 66; 3:23–4
church 1:138–46; 2:30-43, 75-6, 234
one baptism 1:140, 224; 2:182, 183, 184, 186, 219
one Lord 1:139; 2:234–5
pg 407church, mystical 1:138, 140
church, visible 1:138–9, 140
includes persons and bodies of unsound belief 1:141–5; 2:231, 234–5
national churches: societies, not assemblies 1:145–6
polity a general feature of 1:146
Church of England 1:3, 23, 37, 44, 105, 143, 146, 151–2, 155, 236–42; 2:1–2, 5, 18, 19, 30, 45, 64–5, 121, 137, 231, 241, 254, 258, 272, 274, 300, 321, 327–8
authority and honours of its bishops 3:73, 125, 126, 127, 129, 130, 131, 145, 159, 184–7
Hooker's critique of contemporary bishops in 3:173–9
ceremonies used by the Roman church in 1:29, 200, 201, 202, 203, 217, 225–9; 2:81–2
power of the crown in its affairs 3:188–267
public and private confession in 3:33–6
citizen 1:78; 2:331; 3:100, 186, 195, 196, 237.q
Clermont 2:109
colleges, collegiate societies:
academic 1:31, 161; 2:251, 324; 3:132–3, 176–7, 236, 240
ecclesiastical 1:144; 2:311, 312; 3:81, 82, 84, 97, 99, 100, 130, 131, 168, 247
Cologne 3:133; see also councils, Cologne
comfort 1:39, 240; 2:211, 244, 279, 282–3; 3:187
of a good conscience 1:87; 2:19
in life 1:43, 71; 2:112; 3:168, 177
of religion 2:69, 76, 98, 101, 103, 106, 184, 220, 245, 274, 276, 323; 3:9, 57, 66, 132, 151, 179, 218, 225
in the Eucharist 2:224, 229, 239, 240, 241; 3:33, 120
in prayer 2:74, 75, 110, 127
in repentance 3:22, 38, 40, 41, 44, 68
commerce 1:31, 78, 79, 100, 102; 2:43, 73, 310; 3:61, 206, 207
common good 1:71; 2:4, 9, 10, 22, 28; 3:5, 181, 207–8
the common sort 1:36, 76, 77, 155, 237; 2:294, 324; 3:132, 153, 167, 178
and the Puritan cause 1:12, 15, 132; 2:3, 24
commonwealth 1:78, 79; 2:2, 279–80, 328, 330–2; 3:117, 136, 189–97, 212, 238, 258, 261
comparison between church and 1:239–40; 3:88, 121, 122–3, 148, 153, 154, 155, 182, 185
ecclesiastics in affairs of 3:133–5, 137, 138
and kingship of Christ 3:210–11, 216–18
and law 1:101, 172, 220; 2:84, 86, 200–1, 321, 324; 3:203, 229–31, 233, 245, 259, 260
and religion 2:9–13, 42, 277, 308, 328; 3:152, 155, 181, 184–5, 242–3
communion 1:53, 146, 2:140, 158, 164, 275; 3:24, 34
with Christ 2:99, 161, 224, 228, 229, 240
civil and religious 3:191, 196
holy, see Eucharist
of individuals with one another 1:70, 78; 2:108
lack of 1:5, 7–8, 197, 223; 2:185, 231; 3:34, 53, 267
among societies 1:79
community 2:25; 3:191, 203, 204, 231, 260
kinds of 1:35, 96, 237; 3:164
confession 1:45; 2:281; 3:48, 53–4, 69
of faith 1:96, 180, 231, 234; 2:111, 140, 142, 229; 3:142, 241
of sin 2:81, 99, 282; 3:9, 10, 12–33, 37, 40, 41, 42–3, 145, 264
Church of England's position on 3:33–6
confirmation 2:216–22; 3:90
conquest 1:126; 2:315; 3:199, 202, 229, 238
conscience 1:70, 128, 135, 138; 2:10, 18–19, 208; 3:12
law and 1:4, 24–27, 29, 77, 131, 187; 2:29, 84–7, 240, 254–5; 3:123, 236–7, 238, 239
qualifications for ordination and 2:315, 317–18, 322; 3:113
reformation and 1:209, 228, 237, 239; 2:20–1, 52, 212, 228–9, 237–8, 260–1
repentance and 3:19, 20, 24, 25, 29, 32, 34, 35, 36, 45, 50, 65, 66
responsibility and 1:103; 2:272, 292, 306, 308, 327, 330–1, 333; 3:119, 134, 151, 170, 175, 176–7, 242, 251, 259
consent 1:11, 73, 75, 239; 2:194; 3:202, 229, 234, 236, 241
of the church 1:123, 140, 221; 2:24, 25, 59, 169, 231, 253, 302; 3:86, 109, 123, 188, 247
common 1:7, 72; 2:75, 112, 315–16; 3:87, 93, 117–18
of God 2:192; 3:265
of the people 1:176, 188; 2:109; 3:97, 122, 125, 127, 129, 130, 230, 252
personal 1:95; 2:306, 315–16, 317; 3:159
public 1:4, 26; 2:307; 3:254
universal 1:61, 102, 237; 2:190; 3:206
consistory 3:11, 18, 19, 28, 71, 130, 179, 252–3, 257, 258, 261, 267
Genevan 1:7, 8–9
Prince's 3:245–6, 258
Puritan 3:135, 171
consubstantiation 2:225, 227, 229
contrition 3:6, 10, 13, 14, 33, 36, 38, 40–1, 43, 45, 48, 54, 62, 63, 64, 68
conversion 1:33, 117, 224; 2:197, 295, 299; 3:226
of activity or goods to new purpose 1:226, 227; 2:42, 109, 206, 212, 245, 301, 305-6; 3:11, 47, 160, 164
of infidels 1:107, 116, 164; 2:42, 63, 64, 71, 135, 138, 312; 3:67
and reason 1:157, 161–2, 164–5
after sin 3:8, 9, 10, 21, 28, 32, 35, 37, 40, 41, 43, 48, 51, 56, 62
and word of God 2:58, 64
by reading 2:59, 61, 63–4, 71–2
Convocation 1:38; 3:205, 207, 240
Cordova 3:151, 258
Corinth 1:143, 146, 161; 2:160
ministry and governance in church of 2:298, 311; 3:131
ceremonies in relation to other churches 1:230, 232, 235
councils 1:79–80, 195, 234, 239; 2:4; 3:82, 106, 109, 137, 193, 207, 227, 228, 230, 235
and ceremonies 1:206–8; 2:105; 3:57
limitations and requirements 1:24, 75, 128, 130, 132.k; 3:83, 101, 236, 240, 246
particular:
African 1:198.v
Antioch 3:100, 101, 107–8, 112
Apostolic canons 2:232.g; 3:108, 137
Arles 2:183
Braga 1:198.u, 2:232.g
Carthage 1:141; 2:52.e, 178.q, 179; 3:90, 108, 130.f, 143–4
Chalcedon 2:144, 152; 3:105
Cologne 2:48.h, 53.i/ 110
Ephesus 2:144, 152
Florence 3:56, 60
Jerusalem 1:24, 25, 170, 219, 220; 3:233–4
Laodicea 1:217, 223; 2:48.f, 50, 51.w, 266.a
Lateran, fourth 3:13
Neocaesarea 2:177
Nicaea 1:128.i, 142.f, 230, 232, 233; 2:112, 113, 116, 141, 142, 152, 183.m, 317.j; 3:21, 53, 105, 106, 107, 108, 112, 115, 143
Orleans 2:110
Privy Council 1:14, 31.y; 2:324
Rimini 1:128.i; 2:112, 113; 3:73
Seleucia 2:112–13
Toledo 2:57
Trent 3:13–14, 57.i (Calvin on), 60, 62, 64, 235-6
Trullan or Quinsext, sixth of Constantinople 1:217; 223
Vaux 2:48.g, 51.w, 52.f, 57
courts 1:25 186.y, 208,; 2:76; 3:11–12, 34, 36, 50, 121-2, 135, 206, 208, 242, 253–4
of conscience 3:215, 236
ecclesiastical 1:6; 3:22, 175, 177, 255, 257, 267
of Parliament 1:10; 3:207, 239
Puritan views on 1:30-2; 3:71, 236, 264
royal, of princes 1:25; 2:95, 113, 323; 3:103, 255, 257
other 1:193; 2:33; 3:245–6, 252–3, 258, 265
covenant 1:119, 121, 141, 176; 3:157, 167
at baptism 2:175, 189, 196, 199–200, 201
craftsmen 1:67–8; 2:325
cross, sign of in baptism 1:140; 2:202–15
danger 1:33, 37, 38, 45, 207–8, 226, 237; 2:17, 110, 134, 135, 230, 272, 280, 317; 3:45, 121, 261-2
efforts to cope with 1:5, 76, 241; 2:26, 33, 42, 108-11, 126, 177, 178, 192, 206, 214–15, 255, 268, 283; 3:12, 25, 54, 93, 120, 152, 250
feared by Puritans 1:199, 204, 209, 216, 229, 240; 2:32, 78, 84, 85, 86, 93, 202, 221, 248, 275, 315; 3:214
of Puritanism 1:22, 28, 30, 32, 124; 2:1, 2, 19, 66; 3:101
in relation to Scripture 1:134, 136; 2:52, 169, 170, 173
deacons 2:295–7; 3:24–5, 84–5, 92–3, 98, 124, 126
origin and ordination of 2:311, 312, 313; 3:86, 89, 90, 98, 101, 113–14, 128, 129
in Puritan discipline 1:14, 25, 37, 188, 189; 3:127
in traditional orders of ministry 2:82, 178, 218, 293, 299, 300; 3:120, 165
dean 2:300; 3:98, 248
death 1:58, 85, 143; 2:52, 147, 162, 240, 226
Christ overcoming opens heaven to all believers 2:122–23
Christ's prayer to be spared 2:130–3
prayer for deliverance from sudden 2:123–5
Decalogue 2:44
dedication of churches 2:32–5
deification 2:150
delegate 2:288, 311; 3:255
destiny 1:50, 51
discipline 1:21, 143, 238; 2:1, 232, 268, 277, 289–90, 328; 3:65, 71, 122, 126, 260
and church authority 1:182, 183
and doctrine 1:148, 149, 154, 172,
in patristic period 1:114; 2:109, 263, 265; 3:11–15, 18–31, 120
proposed by Puritans 1:3, 4–21, 28, 29–30, 32, pg 40938, 44, 131; 2:2-4, 298, 330; 3:4, 102, 127, 130, 204–5, 224, 229, 245, 267
of repentance 3:6, 7, 11–36, 43, 44, 46, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 264
of the Roman church 1:197, 202, 210, 211
and Scripture 1:92, 115, 119, 147, 173; 2:266; 3:210–11
dispensation 1:38, 116; 2:28, 86, 181; 3:164, 240
from usual ceremonies 2:176–80, 255; 3:123
not contrary to common right 2:318–34
distinction 1:48, 99, 148; 2:198, 279, 293; 3:197
and the church 1:188; 2:222, 234, 299; 3:60, 104, 105
of church and commonwealth 3:151, 190-2
in God 2:140, 145, 152, 158
and Scripture 1:106, 176, 185
doctor in Puritan discipline 1:14, 19, 25, 37, 187, 189
dominion 1:28; 2:218; 3:3, 145, 148, 189, 196–208, 219, 243
of Christ 1:35; 2:141, 156; 3:213, 215–18
civil or secular 1:18, 37, 240; 2:109, 277, 281; 3:12, 133, 139, 191, 196, 224, 264
in England 2:315; 3:159, 212, 241, 253, 267
of Christ and the king 3:215–26
of God 2:301
spiritual or ecclesiastical 3:212, 231, 242, 252
Donatists 1:123, 130; 2:184–6; 3:246, 258
edification 1:192–3; 2:20, 39, 84, 298, 322; 3:251–2
in public worship 2:79, 92, 94, 106, 117
from music 2:102
from solemn reading of Scripture 2:58, 59, 67
Egypt 1:40, 120–1, 196; 2:46, 256, 293; 3:107, 166, 191
customs of churches in 2:93, 104
differences from ceremonies there an aim? 1:198, 204, 205, 206
as figure for an enslaved church or soul 1:36, 37; 3:41
Joseph's respect for priests of 3:181
mathematical wisdom of 1:160
eldership 1:7, 9, 10, 20, 188; 2:4; 3:171; see also lay-elder
elect, the 1:53; 2:172, 199; 3:196; see also election
apostles 2:64
infants 2:199
election 2:17, 19, 172, 291; 3:124, 134, 142
of apostles 2:295
of bishops 3:84, 108, 247, 250–1
in England 3:248
of civil rulers or officials 2:315; 3:124–5, 195, 201–2
by lay-elders 3:127
of pastors 2:314; 3:112–14
of popes 3:173–4
popular 1:76; 2:311, 316; 3:125
eloquence 1:45, 161; 2:65, 71, 310, 317; 3:9
enemies 2:12, 19, 138, 235
Ephesus 1:143, 146; 2:311; 3:8, 17, 81, 82, 103; see also councils, Ephesus
early church governance in 2:311; 3:90, 113
the Epicure 3:205
episcopacy, see bishops
equity 2:11, 30, 251, 306, 319, 333; 3:127, 234
favours what is established 1:25–6, 201, 236; 3:169, 201
provides exceptions to general rules 2:27, 28–9
regarding baptism 2:173, 174, 175, 187, 190, 191 , 200–1, 202
regarding clergy deployment 2:316, 317, 320, 321, 326, 330
Eucharist 1:222; 2:166, 222, 225, 226, 228–9; 3:13, 86
administration of 1:6, 35, 101, 196, 215, 216, 226, 234; 2:231-41, 272; 3:33–4
Eugubium 3:85
Eunomians 1:226, 227; 3:26; see also Index of persons, Eunomius
Eutychians 2:118, 152; see also Index of persons, Eutyches
excommunication 1:35, 140, 145, 182, 223; 2:113; 3:142, 210-11, 262, 263, 266–7
in the Church of England 2:200; 3:34–5, 122, 129–30, 195–6, 206, 209, 210, 253, 264
as practised and defended by Calvin 1:5, 7, 8, 9, 10
experience 1:23, 59, 106, 114, 127; 2:10, 101, 114, 229; 3:125, 153, 180, 208
and equity 2:28, 320
lack of 1:12, 216, 229
negative 1:37, 73; 2:13, 33, 110, 164, 184, 196, 212, 265; 3:33, 65, 72, 121, 137
positive 1:163, 193, 237; 2:11, 22–3, 50, 63, 75, 115, 206, 208, 281; 3:66, 73, 114, 146, 154, 163, 176
experiment 2:23, 117
exultation 1:70, 83
faith 1:33, 34, 86; 2:114–15, 134, 222, 230, 236, 281; 3:217
baptism and 2:174, 186, 189, 198, 199
cause of 1:158, 163, 164; 2:60, 61, 62
distinct from matters of ceremony or polity? 1:147–8, 231
judging what is 'of faith' 1:127, 128, 165; 3:234–5, 241
one faith as mark of the church 1:79, 139, 140, 172, 231
repentance and 3:7, 8, 10, 37
pg 410whatever is not 'of faith' is sin? 1:109, 110, 111, 112
fancy 1:56, 62, 193; 2:2, 15, 17, 36, 72, 78, 89, 206, 207, 209, 254; 3:91, 139, 140, 155
fasting 1:102; 2:19, 145, 257–69; 3:22, 41, 68-9
when appropriate 1:153, 184, 233; 2:109, 250, 252, 253, 270; 3:24, 92, 124
fear 1:58, 87; 2:12, 17, 120, 122, 125–6, 134; 3:7–10, 18, 63, 66–9, 241, 261
felicity 1:60, 81–3, 85, 93; 2:224; 3:136, 187
festivals and 2:245, 256, 257
public 2:11, 279–80, 282; 3:72, 203
virtue and 2:135, 277, 279, 281, 283; 3:218–19
festivals 2:241–8, 258–9, 262, 268
opposition to 1:35, 152, 207, 208, 223; 2:248–57, 263
Florence, see councils, Florence
forgiveness 2:136; 3:18, 31, 32–3, 40, 47, 51, 62
form 1:50.y
fortitude 2:11
France 1:4, 185, 211–12; 3:134
confession in Reformed churches following the French model 3:32
French opinion of 'no sermon, no service': a mere preach 2:81–2
freedom 1:47, 59, 219; 2:251; 3:203
and the church 1:180, 240; 2:217, 263, 290, 297
of mind or conscience 1:43; 2:308
personal 2:245, 331; 3:143, 195, 250
Galatia 1:143, 232
Geneva 1:144, 203, 215; 2:296; 3:127
Calvin in 1:4–11
church of, as model for reformers 1:20, 31
Germany 1:21, 211; 3:226
confession in churches of 3:32
Gloria patri 2:80, 115–19
godliness 1:180; 2:10, 22, 77, 163, 164
cultivation of 2:220, 249, 250
in social and historical context 1:39, 195–6; 2:82, 186, 280; 3:155, 205
the godly 1:15, 215; 2:121; 3:244
godparents 1:34, 125, 203, 215; 2:197, 203
gold 1:57; 2:271; 3:161
for religious uses 1:142–3; 2:31, 39, 84, 303, 308; 3:146, 165
as symbol of value 1:235; 2:55, 310; 3:40, 181
grace 1:46, 53; 2: 41, 67–8, 101, 159, 217
in Baptism 2:171–6, 192, 199
in Christ's relation to the church 2:162–3; 3:215–16, 223-4, 234, 252
in the Eucharist 2:222–3, 225–8, 285
and nature 1:116, 127, 158, 160, 162, 164, 165, 166, 168; 2:159, 160
occasions of 1:180, 242; 2:47, 52, 67–8, 90, 122, 216, 217; 3:147
in repentance 3:7, 40, 50, 55
in sacraments 1:194; 2:139, 164–8; 3:57–61, 64–5
of unction, in Christ 2:150–1
grief 1:52, 58, 82, 199, 215; 2:101, 130, 145, 258, 266, 272; 3:8, 10, 18, 48, 63
happiness 1:82, 86; 2:11, 43, 57, 277, 284
earthly 2:277, 278, 281, 289
earthly and heavenly 2:96–7, 162, 163,
obstacles to 2:86, 133, 236, 279; 3:39, 40, 69
where found 2:67, 75, 104, 120, 174, 197, 244, 256, 259, 272
Haran 2:304; 3:163
health, healing 2:131
physical 1:67, 81; 2:217, 239, 278; 3:17, 35
physical as analogy for church reform 1:199, 210; 2:28, 72, 165–6, 173, 215, 216, 230; 3:45, 59, 265
of society 3:72
spiritual 1:188; 2:58; 3:6, 12, 17, 23, 45
Heidelberg 1:10
Hellespont 3:102.v
Henricians 3:165
heretics 1:122–3; 2:33, 172; 3:12, 60–1, 105, 109, 165, 260
and the public reading of Scripture 2:52, 59
and reason or philosophy 1:158, 159
rebaptism of those baptized by 1:141–2; 2:182–6, 191
remain members of the visible church 1:143, 145; 2:235–6; 3:26
and Roman Catholics 1:204
high priest 2:292-3; 3:98, 134, 178, 184
bishop as 3:93, 120, 256, 262
jurisdiction over other presbyters 3:90–1, 148
power beyond that of other presbyters 3:77, 89
subordination to the civil governor 3:189
wealth and celebrity appropriate to 3:151, 157, 164, 166
Christ as 2:290; 3:38, 91, 219
pg 411Holy Ghost 2:102–3, 139–40, 142, 159, 164; 3:7
and the authority of bishops 3:82, 88, 174
in baptism 2:169–72
and the Council of Jerusalem 1:170; 3:234
discernment of 1:14, 164
in ordination 2:286–9
and Scripture 1:153; 2:58–9, 61
sin against the 3:67
honour 2:150; 3:145–7, 207
misdirected 1:51, 54; 2:17
overvalued 1:53, 81
owed to God 1:64, 100; 2:37–43, 95, 104–5, 127, 243, 245, 253, 255, 277, 284, 301–2, 305; 3:215, 218
to Christ 2:89, 98, 140, 142, 208, 237, 246, 290, 332
to the Holy Ghost 2:301
to the Trinity 2:117
owed to kings 3:199, 204, 221, 239
owed to religion, bishops, other ministers 2:13; 3:147–54, 154–9, 242, 247, 248
hope 1:70, 86, 181; 2:150, 174; 3:209
at death 2:240, 274, 275, 276, 277
and other virtues 1:86, 140
and repentance 3:10, 13, 64
and sermons 2:59, 66, 69
human authority, arguments from 1:124–32
humility 1:48, 169; 2:176, 290; 3:87, 141, 172
of Christ 2:145, 156
as a Christian virtue 1:4, 35
in prayer, fasting, or contrition 2:88, 125, 126, 269; 3:37, 40, 64
in relation to the church 2:254, 289; 3:266
Hungary 3:249
husbandman 2:255, 325
hymns 2:76, 78–9, 96, 100, 104, 106–7, 115-18, 120, 245; 3:9
idleness 2:118, 156, 204, 244; 3:225
idolatry 1:67, 68, 143, 220, 226; 2:17, 202, 211, 213, 236, 245, 301
effects of 2:41; 3:51–2
treatment of objects or ceremonies used idolatrously 1:198, 217; 2:32, 36, 40, 42, 84, 85, 86, 213
Illyria 3:103.x
imagination 2:206, 209, 222
vain or false 2:125, 190, 204, 258; 3:59–60, 136, 153, 158
immortality 1:52, 75, 85; 2:5, 12, 144, 145, 155, 161, 226, 240, 241; 3:216
of the soul 1:88, 159; 2:14; 3:8–9
inequality of pastors, ministers 1:31, 161; 3:4, 76–8, 99–101, 104, 111, 112–13, 115, 122, 141
infants 1:162; 2:90, 164, 170, 189, 220; 3:127
baptism of 1:34, 91, 125, 144, 145, 226; 2:173, 176, 186, 190, 192
interrogatories and sponsors in 2:196–202
unbaptized 2:174–5, 176–7, 179
Isauria 3:99.k
Jerusalem 1:196; 2:31, 33, 212-13, 260, 311; 3:140, 217; see also councils, Jerusalem
bishops of 1:218; 3:79, 80, 81, 85, 88, 106, 108, 114, 121
collections for the poor of 1:232; 3:164
early church in 2:31, 3:168
as figure of the true church 1:14, 16, 36;2:295
Judaic wisdom Paul learned there from Gamaliel 1:160
Jewish authors and practices
authors frequently cited on philosophical, historical, and theological topics, see Index of persons, Josephus; Moses ben Maimon; Philo
catechizing in Judaism 2:43–4
ceremonies used by the church of Rome, criticized by Puritans as derived from the Jews, defended by Hooker 1:217–24
civil governors' supremacy in religious affairs as warrant for English royal supremacy 3:188–9, 196, 208–9
conception of marriage, marriage ceremonies 2:270, 271
God's instructions for Jewish polity as basis for Puritan principle that Scripture must prescribe a complete church polity 1:174, 175, 186–7
penitential practices 3:15–16
priests and high priests as model for inequality of priests and bishops, see high priest, bishop as
support for ministry 3:164, 165–7, 182, 183
synagogue services 1:154; 2:63–4, 78–9, 92
temple, splendour of 1:174, 222; 2:31, 38, 39, 303; 3:90, 121
joy 1:45, 52, 53, 58; 2:11, 258, 277;3:26
and festivals 2:244, 245, 251–2, 254, 256, 258–9
heavenly 1:62, 82; 2:14, 122, 123; 3:187
in ordinary life 1:71, 102, 165; 2:121, 268, 269, 275, 283
in repentance or adversity 1:39; 2:133, 134, 241, 286; 3:9, 18, 35, 47, 66
in worship 1:199; 2:31, 34, 38, 67, 68, 76, 85, 101–2, 120, 223–4, 230, 288
Judah, kingdom of 1:143, 209; 2:40; 3:212, 253
Judea 3:16, 121, 162–3, 164
pg 412jurisdiction 1:27-8, 183; 2:2, 4; 3:4–6, 77–8, 143, 148, 181, 230
in baptism 2:181, 189, 190
of bishops 3:76, 89–96, 99–109, 115, 129–30
civil 3:135–6
of ministers 3:35, 49, 51, 256
supreme (= dominion) 3:188, 206, 252, 254–7
justice 1:68, 85, 98, 105; 3:72, 218–19, 262
and Anabaptists 1:35, 37
and equity 2:28–9, 319–21, 330–1
of God, in repentance 3:9, 37, 39, 46–7, 54, 55
human 1:25–6, 125; 2:237, 333; 3:102, 103, 122, 130, 157, 177, 194, 208, 235, 257
religion and 1:156; 2:10, 284, 328
kings, kingship 3:74, 197–8, 200, 202, 203
ideals for 2:280, 282–3; 3:202–3
and law 3:203–4, 241
origin and examples of 1:73–4; 3:136, 153, 189, 208
and religion 1:37; 2:287; 3:91, 189, 206, 206–7, 209–10, 241–2, 252–3
kiss of peace, see oscula sancta
knowledge 1:45, 46, 50, 55-8, 60-64; 2:43, 195
conscience as 1:109; 2:19, 283; 3:22, 65
divine 2:135, 151, 157, 160, 243
and infant baptism 2:197, 199, 202
lack of 1:12, 34, 68; 2:14, 231; 3:73, 74–5
limits of 2:70, 74, 172–3, 230, 316, 329; 3:50–1, 57, 66
and prayer 2:126, 133, 137
Scripture and other sources of 1:93, 114, 126, 127, 134, 135, 149, 151, 157, 158, 159, 160, 162, 163, 185
structure and kinds of 1:4, 31, 80, 83, 85, 90, 91, 97, 98, 104, 105, 133, 178, 210, 220, 221; 2:22, 115, 217, 271, 298, 299; 3:34, 107, 202, 210
transmission of 1:20, 21, 30; 2:44, 51, 55, 56, 57, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 90, 101, 102, 104, 111, 291, 332; 3:166, 179
value of 1:11, 81; 2:317, 322, 323, 324; 3:6
lands and livings, endowment of bishops with 3:159–60, 184–5, 187
Laodicea, see councils, Laodicea
Lateran council, see councils, Lateran, fourth
lay-elder 1:10, 14, 19, 20, 25, 27, 37, 41, 189; 2:4; 3:3, 4, 5, 127, 130; see also eldership
law 1:23-7, 44, 47, 97–102; 2:1-4, 15-16;see also Canon law; civil law; dispensation; equity
celestial, for angels 1:52–4
in God (eternal) 1:44–7, 48
human 1:70–80, 167–8; of political societies 1:70-76; mixedly and merely human 1:76-7; of communion among nations 1:78-9; of communion among nations Christian 1:79-80
of Moses 1:108, 170, 174, 175, 180, 186, 187, 218-22, 228; 2:329; 3:42
mutability of 1:22, 94–5, 169-70; 2:24-6; 3:199, 201–2, 240, 260
of natural agents 1:47–52
of nature 1:47–80
positive and natural distinguished 1:76–7, 94
proposed by Puritans for enactment or abolition 1:12, 31, 37; 2:19–20; 3:3–4, 111, 125–39
of reason, the law of our nature 1:54–80
of scripture 1:80–97, 103–36
learned, the 1:45, 125, 129, 131, 160; 2:294, 332; 3:174, 261
church fathers 1:113, 122, 123; 2:55, 114; 3:228
classical authors 1:45; 2:331
in the laws of England 1:76; 3:257
among Puritans or favoured by them 1:9, 17, 19–20, 21, 185; 2:27, 80, 87, 91, 299
in theology or religion 1:127, 128, 130, 132, 164; 2:63, 69, 194, 317, 321, 322; 3:32, 62, 77, 176
learning 1:30, 56, 156; 2:15; 3:174, 179, 182
that should be in ministers 2:316–34
Libya 3:106, 107
litany 2:80, 96, 108–11
London 2:71; 3:107, 146, 185
love 1:82, 115, 134, 187; 2:127, 136, 195; 3:261
of Calvinist, presbyterian Discipline 1:9, 15; 2:3
of Christ 1:3, 4, 138; 2:195–6
Christ's 1:98; 2:128, 195–6, 197, 274; 3:23
of God 1:52–3, 64, 67; 2:41, 195, 291; 3:8, 9–10, 14, 62, 64
God's 1:138, 175; 2:76, 140–1, 150–1, 159, 160; 3:37, 38, 218–19
lack of 1:39, 140, 184; 2:79, 138, 196, 279; 3:8, 12, 63
mutual 1:39, 104; 2:269, 271, 284; 3:12
of neighbour, others 1:64, 65, 67, 185; 2:103, 136, 183, 193, 252, 274; 3:6, 143
of religion, public devotion 1:158; 2:13, 75, 79, 84, 93, 112, 187, 230, 263, 266–7, 281, 302, 323; 3:52, 194
of virtue, Integrity, right 1:35; 2:11, 101, 206, 269
of wisdom, truth, learning 1:30, 55, 158; 2:114, 254, 297; 3:173, 244
within the Trinity 2:149, 158, 159
Low Countries 3:235
Macedonia 3:103, 164
magistrate 3:126, 174, 195, 204–5, 211, 213, 214, 216, 218, 219–22, 226, 236, 245, 242, 256, 261–2, 264
Magnificat 2:80, 106–7
Mainz 3:133
pg 413marriage 1:77, 116, 167, 220, 221; 2:269–72; 3:53
of clergy 3:137, 240
rite 1:154; 2:19, 89, 275, 322
martyrs 1:143; 2:24–5, 174, 207, 308; 3:44–5, 47, 65, 79
Anabaptists as 1:36
commemoration of 1:198, 207, 221–2; 2:35, 52–3, 109
Puritans as 1:16, 199, 215
Massilian heretics 2:273
mathematics 1:160; 2:20
mercy 1:25, 89, 138, 149; 2:127, 129, 141, 159, 256
of God towards penitents 3:8, 9, 14, 15, 20, 32,