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

Scriptures in the mediaeval Church


Schism,

the Great, 5, 136.

Schlettstadt in Elsass, school at, 52.

_Schmalkald Articles_, 374, 467 _n._, 468.

_Schmalkald League_, 373 _ff._, 380, 382, 383.

Schmalkalden, 373.

Schnepf, Erhard, Reformer of Tuebingen, 391.

Scholastic, the New, 325.

_Scholastic Theology_, 55, 118, 125, 159, 161, 167, 169, 173, 181, 199 _ff._, 210, 219, 221, 223 _f._, 253; condemned by Luther, 211; teaches work-righteousness, 211, 450, 469; is _sophistry_, 469; _faith_ and _reason_ in, 469.

Schools in Germany, 51 _ff._

Schott, Peter, endows a people's preacher for Strassburg, 118.

Schurf, Jerome, professor of Law at Wittenberg, 276, 280, 281, 317.

_Schwabach Articles_, 359.

Scientific, the scientific element in theology is the fleeting, 167.

Scotland, 21; Luther's books prohibited in, 299, 388.

Scotus, John Duns, 55, 169, 178, 196, 223, 449.

_Scripture, the doctrine of_; Scripture, a personal rather than a dogmatic revelation, 165, 453; mis-statement of the Reformation

view, 453; differences in meaning of word, 454; unity in, natural and arbitrary, 455; theory of various senses, 165, 196 _n._, 456; faith and, 459, 461; Lacordaire on the Protestant doctrine of, 457; gives direct communion with God, 460; what is the infallibility of, 461 _ff._, 464; Scripture and the word of God, 461 _f._; human and divine elements in, 464, 465; inerrancy, 464; Calvin on the authority of, 465; place for the Higher Criticism, 466 _f._; in the Reformation Creeds, 467 _n._

Scriptures in the mediaeval Church, 147 _f._, 454 _ff._; reading the, a mark of heresy, 149.

Secular supervision of religious affairs in the fifteenth century, 140.

Servia, 19.

Sibylla of Cleves, wife of John Frederick of Saxony, 382, 389.

Sicily, part of Naples, 33; Greek spoken in, 46.

Sickingen, Francis von, 268, 273, 295, 306 and _n._, 323.

Siebenberger, Maximilian, 281.

Simnel, Lambert, 21.

Sitten, Cardinal von, admires Luther, 257.

Social conditions at the close of the Middle Ages, 79 _ff._

Social revolts in the later Middle Ages, 95 _ff._; not exclusively of peasants, 96; detestation of priests, 96; impregnated by religious sentiment, 97; Hans Boehm, 99; Bundschuh revolts, 103; causes of the revolts, 106 _ff._


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