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Catholic Church, definition of, 8, | Cyprian, baptismal creed in the
9; the new society, 37, 38; its
motive, 104.

time of, 47.

Cyril of Jerusalem, 124 (note),
134.

"Catholic" Tradition, 76, 77, 99.
Cerinthus, 128.

Chalcedon, Council of, 140, 165, Deism, 12, 51.

167, 169.

Christmas festival, 133.
Christ, 3, 4; the test of Scripture,
29 ff.; His birth and death, 103;

His humanity, 105; His Mes-Duchesne, on the cult of the Vir-
siahship, 214.
gin Mary in the Roman Church,
159 (note).

Church, infallibility of, 10, 26.
Church Catechism, 2 (note), 15,

Eastern Creeds, 32.

43, 50, 79.

Church of England, 161. (See Ebionites, 128.

Endless punishment, 66.

Anglican Church.)
Clement of Alexandria, 112, 125, Ephesus, Council of, 151.
Epiphanius, 134.
Erasmus, 12.

208.

Coleridge, on the creeds, 101;
comment of on theotokos, 168;
citations from, on the Virgin-
birth, 184 ff.
Communion of Saints, interpre-

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Descent into hell, 32 ff., 55, 217.
Docetism, 105.

Dorner, citations from, 141 (note),
143, 145, 196.

Church, 69.
Confirmation, 77.

Constantine, vision of, 198.
Cranmer, Archbishop, 12, 24, 26,
29, 46, 97, 166.

Creation, contrast with emana-

tion, 53.

Creeds, reference of Articles to,
7; use of, at Baptism, 46;
various interpretations of, 53 ff.,
95; value of, 81; liturgical use
of, 200 (note).
Creighton, M., late Bishop of Lon-
don, citation from, 14, 30.

Eve and Mary, comparison of,

123.
Evening Prayer, 25.

Facundus of Hermiane, baptismal
profession in the time of, 48.
Female deities, 132.
Forgiveness of sins, 25, 38, 63.
Formularies of faith in the reign
of Henry VIII, 44.
Fourth General Council, 7 (see
Chalcedon, Council of).
Froude, J. A., 162 (note).
Future state, as conceived by
Homer and Virgil, 36.

Gelasian Sacramentary, 48 (note).
General Councils, 5, 6, 7, 27,

140.

Gnosticism, 38.

Gnostics, their relation to Virgin- | Joan of Kent, 178.

birth, 129.

God, majesty of, 23; conscious-
ness of, 25; consciousness of, in
history, 161; consciousness of,
at the Reformation, 43.
Gospel of the Infancy, 80 (see
Virgin-birth).

Hampden, Bishop, 20.

Harnack, on the Creed, 63; on

the Incarnation, 141.
Helvidian heresy, 132.
Henry VIII, 20.

Holy Ghost, the, see Holy Spirit,
115, 117, 119.

Holy Spirit, the, 144, 210.

Homilies, 71 ff.

Hutton, R. H., 181.

Greek Church, 5, 15, 21, 40, 52.

Greek Ordinal, 87.
Gregory of Nazianzum, 6 (note). Justin Martyr, 123, 206.

Kingsley, Charles, 181.

Lactantius, "Apology" of, 207.
Laity, place of, in Church of Eng-
land, 21, 22; how far creeds
are binding on, 92.

Last Judgment, interpretations of,
60.

Ignatian epistles, 134.
Ignatius, 106 ff., 205.
Incarnation, 4, 53, 54, 80, 125,
137 ff., 140, 142; Church of
England, doctrine of, 165; see
Anglican Church.

“Institution of a Christian Man,"
70.

Irenæus, 123.

Isaiah, Ch. VII, v. 14, 123.
Isis, worship of, 132.

John of Damascus on the Com-
munion of Saints, 63 (note);
on the Incarnation, 142 ff., 159,
167.

Judicial Committee of the Privy
Council, decision of, on "Life
Everlasting," 65.

Julian the Apostate, 35.
Justification, 23.

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Maine, Sir Henry, on "legal
fiction," 93.

Jerome, 5, 56.

Jerusalem, creed of the Church in, | Manning, Rev. W., citation from,
126.
Jewell, citations from "Apology" | Marcion, 113.

214 (note).

of, 175.

Mary, 4, 43 (see Virgin Mary);

immaculate conception of,

189.
Maurice, F. D., 91, 181.
McGiffert, A. C., on the Apostles'
Creed, 102 (note), 114, 115.
Methodius, oration attributed to,

152.

Michael Angelo, 195.

Middle Ages, 11, 16, 39.

Minucius Felix, 208.
Mithra, religion of, 34, 35.
Mohammedanism, 37.

Monasticism, 177.

Monastic vows, 97.
Montanism, 38.

Morning Prayer, 25.

(note).

Mother of God, 4 (see also Theo- Pseudo Ignatius, 134.
Puritanism, II, 13, 28.
Pusey, E. B., 98, 166.

tokos), 5, 7, 131, 149.

Mulford, Republic of God, 60.

"Necessary Doctrine and Erudi-
tion for any Christian Man,"
70.
Nestorius, 151.

Newman, Cardinal, 97, 141, 154,
166.

VII, v. 14, 124; on the Incar-
nation, 125.

Oxford movement, 61.

22.

National Church, authority of, Reformation, 3, 11, 16, 20, 21,
169.

25, 28.
Reformed Church, 23, 24, 40.
Renaissance, 36, 42, 160.
Resurrection, interpretations of,

58; of the body, 32 ff., 63; of
the flesh, 36, 37.
Robertson, F. W., sermons of,
60; citation from, on the hu-
manity of Christ, 191.
Roman Catholic Church, 5, 13, 21,
40; dogmatic system of, 52;
errors of, 84.

Nicæa, Council of, 130.
Nicene Creed, 16, 45, 54, 79, 127,
133.

Niceta, on Communion of Saints,

62.

Pearson, Bishop, 12, 49 ff., 56, 57,
65.

Pelagius, 122.

Peter the Lombard, 50.
Plumtre, E. H., 58 (note).
Prayer book, 3, 11, 12, 22, 23,

24 ff.
Predestination, 2, 23.

Priesthood of all Christians, 23.
Protestant scholasticism, 49, 51.
"Protevangelium Jacobi," 207

Ordinals, 79.
Oriental religion, 36, 37, 105.
Origen, on the Roman Creed,
110; comment on Isaiah, Ch.

212.

Nowell's Catechism, citation from, Roman ordinal, 16, 79, 87.
Romanticism, influence of, 211.
Rufinus, commentary of, on the
Creed, 44, 45; on the descent
into Hell, 55, 124 (note).
Rules of faith, in Apostolic Age,

103.

Saracens, 155.

Satan, victory of Christ over, 55. Tract, xc, 98.
Scholasticism, II, 12.
Scripture, authority of, 10, 14,
17 ff., 27, 28, 72 ff., 81, 163;
Why the Word of God, 27;
Anglican conception of, 27 ff.
Seckers'"Lectures on the Cate-
chism," citation from, 213.
Second General Council, 134.
Session of Christ, interpretations
of, 59.

Slattery, C. L., 39 (note).
Socrates, the historian, citation
from, 151.

St. John, Gospel of, 126.
Subscription, to creeds, 78, 80,
89 ff.

Thirty-nine Articles, 2, 12, 15, 83.

Swainson, reference to, 46 (note),
47, 48 (note), 102 (note).

Tarsians, Epistle to, 109.
Tertullian, 36 (note), 112.
Theodoret, "Dialogues" of, 153.
Theotokos, 4, 150, 167 (see
Mother of God).

Trent Council of, 15, 28 (note),
63, 69, 169.

Trinity, doctrine of, 3, 26, 39,
52.

Vigilantius, opposition of, to
Worship of Saints, 63.
Vincentius of Lerins, 61 (note).
Virgin-birth, 107 ff., 135; modern
sensitiveness on the subject of,
183 ff.

Virgin Mary, 72, 101, 118, 131;
prayers offered to, 153.
Vows of the clergy, 81, 82.

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