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

Signs the Augsburg Confession


Oppenheim,

Charles V. at, 271; Luther at, 274.

Orchan seizes Gallipoli, 19.

Ordinances for regulating public worship, 404, 414; Wittenberg Ordinance, 315 _f._, 401; Leisnig, 401; Magdeburg, 401.

_Ordinary_, the Pope's right to act as, 24.

Osiander, Andrew, 310, 353, 391.

Ottoman Turks, 19.

Pack, Otto von, 344.

Palz, John of, a defender of Indulgences, 138, 223.

Pantaleone, H., on the state of the peasants, 107.

Papacy, its claim to universal supremacy, 1; an Italian power, 7; superior to common morality, 7.

_Papal Tickets_, 227, 231.

Paper, effects of the invention of, 45.

Pappenheim, Ulrich von, 277.

Paris, University of, 12; Luther's writings in, 388.

Passau, conference of German princes at, 393.

Passion Plays, 119.

_Passional Christi et Anti-Christi_, 308.

Pastoral theology, manual of, 117.

Pastors, Lutheran, hung, 341.

_Pater

Patriae_, title given to Luther, 255.

_Patricians_ in towns, 80.

Patrizzi, master of ceremonies in Rome, 16.

_Pearl of the Passion, the_, 135.

Peasantry, the, in England, 21; in France, 25; in Germany, 89 _ff._; their condition of life, 90 _ff._; their diversions, 93; revolts by the, 95 _ff._; causes of their revolts, 106 _ff._; Swiss, free themselves, 44; 103, 105, 106, 109, 111.

Peasants' War, 296, 325, 326 _ff._, 342, 386; how far was Luther responsible for the, 327, 335 _ff._; how far Humanist Utopias, 328; began at Stuehlingen, 329.

Pellicanus, Theobold, 310.

Peloponnese, 19.

Penance, sacrament of, 201, 219, 220.

Penances, 218.

_Penitentiaries_, 218 _f._

Petrarch and the Renaissance, 46 _f._

Petri, Olaus and Laurentius, the Reformers of Sweden, 421 _ff._

Petzensteiner, Brother, 275.

Peutinger, Dr., Deputy from Augsburg to Worms, 279, 284, 289, 291 _n._

Pfefferkorn, John, 69 _f._

Pflug, Julius von, 390.

Philip, Landgrave of Hesse, his peasants did not revolt, 331; helps John of Saxony, 334; proposed a democratic constitution for the Church of Hesse, 337 _n._, 415 _f._; a leader among the Protestant princes, 325, 341; deceived by Pack, 344; signed the _Protests_, 346, 371; arranges for the _Marburg Colloquy_, 352; admires Zwingli, 350; further attempts to unite the Protestants, 359; signs the _Augsburg_ Confession, 363, 368; supposed to be ready for war, 369; at Schmalkalden, 373; aids Duke of Wuertemburg, 376; his bigamy, 380 _ff._; tempted by Charles V., 383; surrenders and is imprisoned, 389; liberated, 394; at Naumberg, 396.


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