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Spiritual Reformers In The 16th And 17th Centuries by Rufus M. Jones

INDEX

Abrahams, Galenus, 118, 120-121
and George Fox, 122-123
discussion with Penn and Keith, 122
Acontius, J., 115
Agrippa of Nettesheim, Cornelius, 55 n., 136-137
Althamer, A., 48
Ambrose, Saint, 267
Anabaptism --
characteristics of, 17-18, 28, 31, 81 n., 112, 267 n. attacked by Franck, 48
Schwenckfeld and, 80
Coornhert and, 112
Giles Randall and, 254
Anabaptists, xv
divisions among, 33
Anderdon, John --
on Behmenists, 227, 231-232
Antinomianism, 238, 241, 254, 263
Antinomians, xv
Aristotle, 211
Arminius, J. --
controversy over views of, 114
and Coornhert, 107
and Whichcote, 289, 294
and Culverwel, 289
Arnold, Gottfried --
on Entfelder, 39
on Schwenckfeld, 64 n.
on Arminius, 107 n.
on Boreel, 118 n.
Astrology, 134, 137
as used by Weigel, 148-150
as used by Tentzel, 150 n.
Aubrey, John --
on Traherne, 328
Augsburg --
Anabaptist Synod in, 20, 33
Augustine, Saint, 6, 9, 246, 267
theology of, 22, 204
Automatism --
of Jacob Boehme, 162, 207

Baader, F. von --
on Boehme, 151 n., 153 n.
Baillie, Robert --
on Anabaptism, 254 n.
on Giles Randall, 256 n.; 262
Balling, Peter, 123-124, 128
influence of Cartesianism on, 124, 128, 130
Barclay, Robert (of Ury), 123
influence of Cartesianism on, 124, 347
on divine Seed in man, 283, 345-346, 347
teaching of, 343, 344-345, 348
Barclay, Robert --
on Boehme's influence on Quakers, 220 n.
Barneveldt, John of, 114 n.
Baxter, Richard --
on Behmenists, 227
on Vane, 271, 274
on Sterry, 280
Behmen, Jacob, 155 n. (see Boehme)
Behmenists, 227-234
and Quakers, 231-233
Bellers, John --
on John Everard, 253 n.
|Bellius, Martinus,| 93, 95
Bernard, Saint, 6, 267
Bewman, Jacob, 220
Beza, T., 95, 290, 294
Bible, translations from --
by Denck, 21
by Castellio, 90, 92
by de Valdes, 237
by Rous, 267
Boehme, Jacob, 43 n., 139
life and character of, 151-171, 208
vision of, 148 n., 158, 159-161
mysticism of, 154, 159, 201-206
automatism of, 162, 207
symbolism of, 173
view of man, xxx
view of God, xli n., 35 n; 174-177
views on salvation, 170, 190-198, 289, 309
views on the universe, 150 n., 159-160, 172-189
writings of, 151 n., 161, 165 n.
in England, 208-220
influence on --
George Fox, 165 n., 170 n.; 221-227, 338 n., 339 n. Quakers, 220, 233
Seekers, 220
Isaac Newton, 181 n., 234
John Milton, 234
William Law, 153 n., 179, 234
Sir Harry Vane, 275
and the Behmenists, 227-234
and B. Whichcote, 289, 302 n.
Boethius, 105
Boreel, Adam, 117-120
Borellists --
views of, 119-120
Bosanquet, Bernard, xxxi n.
Bourne, Benjamin --
on Randall, 256 n; 257
Boutroux, Emile --
on Boehme, 151 n., 183 n.
Breen, Daniel van, 117
Brooks, Thomas --
on Everard, 241
Brothers of the Common Life, 4
Broussoux, Emile --
on Castellio, 88 n.
Browne, Sir Thomas, 275
Browning, Robert --
on Paracelsus, 138
Bucer, Martin, 47
Buisson, F. --
on Castellio, 88 n.
Buenderlin, Johann --
life of, 32-34, 40
teaching of, 34-39, 69, 76, 169, 190
writings of, 34 n.
a mystic, 35
Franck's opinion of, 48
Buonarotti, Michael Angelo, 237
Burnet, Bishop G. --
on Vane, 272
on Cambridge Platonists, 289-290
Burrough, Edward --
on mission of |the Children of Light,| 337-341

Cabala, the --
teaching of, 134-136
Caird, Edward --
on Cartesianism, 125 n.
Calvin, xlix, 121
relations with Castellio, 89-91, 93, 96
influence on Cambridge Platonists, 290, 294, 295
Calvinism --
in Holland, 106
in England, 279
and Arminianism, 114
Campanus, Johann, 48, 59
Carlyle, Thomas --
on Rous, 267
Castellio, Sebastian --
life, 88-93, 97
teachings of, 90, 91, 93-102, 107
writings, 90, 92-94, 96, 97, 98, 99 n., 101, 103 n. nom-de-plume of, 93, 103 n.
as a Reformer, 103
influence in England, 103 n., 243
on Van der Kodde brothers, 115
on Boreel, 118
Caton, William --
on Castellio, 103 n.
Charles II. --
on Vane, 272
|Children of the Light,| 132, 221, 260, 277, 341
Chillingworth, William, 291
Christ --
in a Faith religion, xxxix-xliv
as viewed by --
Denck, 25
Buenderlin, 37
Entfelder, 41, 42
Spiritual Reformers, 44, 337
Franck, 54, 61
Schwenckfeld, 65, 69, 70
Castellio, 99-101
teachers of |Nature Mysticism,| 134
Weigel, 142-144
Boehme, 183, 185 n., 191, 193-194
John Sparrow, 216
John Everard, 244, 250
Pascal, 250 n.
Francis Rous, 269-270
Peter Sterry, 284
John Smith, 316
Thomas Traherne, 332
Chrypffs, Nicolaus (see Cusa)
Church, the --
historical conception of, xlix
as conceived by --
Montanists, the, xiii
Protestant Reformers, l
Luther, 8, 121
Denck, 38
Buenderlin, 38
Entfelder, 41
Spiritual Reformers, l, 45
Franck, 58-59, 145, 199
Schwenckfeld, 78-80, 85
Seekers, 84, 86, 340
Collegiants, 84
Borellists, 120
Abrahams, 120-121, 122
Weigel, 145, 147
Boehme, 169-170, 199-201, 226
George Fox, 200, 226, 339-340
Church, interim, (see also Sttilstand) --
Coornhert and, 113
Cicero, 105
Clarendon, Earl of --
on Vane, 271, 279
Clement of Alexandria, xxxix, 267
Colet, John, 236
Collegiants, the --
and the Stillstand, 68 n.
Schwenckfeld and, 84
history of, 113-124
influence of Descartes and Spinoza on, 123 seq.
Colonna, Vittoria, 237
Comans, Michael, 117
Commonwealth, English --
Reformation in, 266
Rous in, 268
Vane in, 271-272
Puritans in, 290
Conscience, liberty of --
taught by --
Castellio, 93-96
Coornhert, 106
Boreel, 118
Vane, 273, 275
Sterry, 286
William Caton on, 103 n.
in Holland, 104
dangers of, 320
Coornhert, D. V. --
life, 105-108
writings, 105, 106
teachings, 106, 108-113
and Calvinism, 106, 111
and Van der Kodde brothers, 115
and Adam Boreel, 118
Cotton, John, 292
|Covenant of Grace,| 274
|Covenant of Works,| 274, 309
Crashaw, Richard, 322
Crautwald, Valentine, 67 n., 81
Cromwell, Oliver, 268, 271, 272, 274, 275, 280
Cudworth, Ralph, 280, 290
Culverwel, Nathaniel, 319
on Arminius, 289
Cunitz, M., 47 n.
Curio, Valentin, 18
Cusa, Nicholas of, 3, 4
translated into English by Everard, 243, 256, 260
published by Randall, 256, 260

Dante, xxiii, 171, 174
Dell, William, l, 267 n.
Denck, Hans, 48
life of, 18-21
writings of, 22 n.
teaching of, xxx, 21-30, 69, 76, 242-243
not an Anabaptist, 18
begins |Spiritualist| movement, 132, 139, 169, 190
Everard's translation of, 242
Denqui, John, 242 n.
Descartes, R. --
philosophy of, 117, 123-125, 128
and Cambridge Platonists, 291
Deussen, Paul --
on Boehme, 151 n., 153 n.
Dilthey, Wilhelm --
on justification, 8 n.
Dionysius, the Areopagite, 236, 239
his conception of God, xxvii, 247
translation of, by Everard, 243
influence on Rous, 267
on Sterry, 280
Dobell, Bertram --
on Traherne, 324 n.; 327
Doellinger, Johann --
on Schwenckfeld, 64 n.
Dompeldoop, 116
Donne, John, 322
Dort, Synod of, 114
Duerer, Albrecht, 48

Ecke, Karl --
on Schwenckfeld, 64 n.
Eckhart, Meister, 3, 4, 239, 243
his conception of God, xxvi, xxvii, 247
Ederheimer, Edgar --
on Boehme, 151 n., 153 n.
Edward VI. of England, 92
Ellington, Francis --
on Boehme, 221
Ellistone, John, 213
translates Boehme into English, 213, 217, 221, 234 n. views of, 217-220, 222
Emmanuel College, 279, 290, 291, 306
Endern, Carl von, 162 n., 165
England --
influence in --
of Castellio, 103 n.
of Schwenckfeld, 84, 87, 103 n.
of Weigel, 139, 141, 146, 148, 150
of Boehme, 208-234
of Spiritual Reformers, 235, 251, 252, 267, 288
of de Valdes, 237-238
Quakers in, 132, 221, 227, 337
Reformation spirit in, 266-267
religious upheaval in, 320
Entfelder, Christian --
life of, 39, 40
writings, 40
teaching, 40-43, 69, 169, 190
|Enthusiasm,| 238
|Enthusiasts,| xv, 31, 48
Erasmus, 34, 51, 55 n., 92, 105
Christian Humanist, 1 n., 3, 47
quoted on toleration, 93
Erbkam, H. W. --
on Schwenckfeld, 64 n.
Erigena, 3
Etherington, John --
on Randall, 255
Everard, John --
life of, 239-241, 289
translations by, 241-243, 250 n., 256, 260
Sermons, 241
teaching, 243-252
and Randall, 243 n., 256, 260
Evil (see Sin)

Faith --
definition of, xxxix
in |spiritual| religion, xv
as an approach to religion, xxxviii-xlv
magic reliance on, 75
Confessions of, 118
Confessions of, source of divisions, 115
view of, held by --
Luther, xxxix, 5-11, 75
Schwenckfeld, 75, 77-78
Castellio, 100
Coornhert, 109-110
Weigel, 146
Boehme, 195-198
de Valdes, 236, 237
John Smith, 316
Quakers, 344
Familism, 238, 241, 254, 255, 256 n.., 258, 263, 267 n. Faust, xxiii
Ferrar, Nicholas, 237, 238
Ficino, Marsilius, 134, 235-236
influence on Sterry, 280
Fox, George, 328
mission of, 337-34l, 349
character, 343
conception of the Church, 200, 226, 339-341
and Abrahams, 122-123
and Boehme, 165 n., 170 n., 221-227, 338 n., 339 n. and Justice Hotham, 210
and Henry Vane, 278
France --
Castellio on conditions in, 101-102
Francis of Assisi --
and Schwenckfeld, 65
Franck, Sebastian, 139
Humanist and Mystic, 46, 55, 105
life of, 47-52, 92
writings, 49, 51
teachings, 49, 50, 52-63, 69, 93, 199, 242, 243, 247, 346 on the Stillstand, 86
quoted by William Caton, 103 n.
translated by Everard, 242, 243
influence on --
Coornhert, 107
Boreel, 118
Weigel, 145, 146 n., 148
Boehme, 154, 169, 190
Franckenberg, Abraham von --
on Boehme, 156, 165
Frecht, Martin, 47
Freedom --
views on, of --
Spiritual Reformers, xlix
Hans Denck, 22, 23
Buenderlin, 35
Luther, 70
Schwenckfeld, 70, 72
Castellio, 93-96, 107
Coornhert, 106, 113
Randall, 258-259
Vane, 273, 275
Freedom of conscience in Holland, 104
Frettwell, Ralph, 232, 233
Furley, Benjamin, 128 n.
collection of books, 258 n.

Gairdner, W. H. J., xxvii n.
Gangraena, Edwards' --
on Giles Randall, 254, 256 n., 257, 262
Gataker, Thomas --
on Giles Randall, 254 ft.
Gerson, 6
Gichtel, J. G. --
on Boehme, 153 n.
Gnosticism --
view of man in, xii, xiii
seven qualities in, 180 n.
God --
as conceived --
in a Faith religion, xliv
by Reason, xxxv-xxxviii
by Spiritual Reformers, xlvii, 44
by Mystics, xxiv, xxvii-xxviii, 247
by Luther, 10, 11
by Denck, 22-26
by Buenderlin, 35-37
by Entfelder, 40
by Castellio, 99
by Descartes, 125
by Spinoza, xxviii, 126-127
by Boehme, 35 n., 174-177
in The Light on the Candlestick, 130
in the Cabala, 134-135
by Justice Hotham, 210
by Everard, 246-248
by Randall, 260-261, 262
Goeters, W. --
on Collegiants, etc., 104 n.
|Gomarists,| 114
Gonzaga, Giulia, 237
Goodwin, John --
on Randall, 257
Grace --
salvation by, 75, 99
|Covenant of, the,| 274
as conceived by --
the Remonstrants, 114
Boehme, 170, 191
Gregory of Nazianzen, 267
Gregory of Nyssa, 267
Gregory Thaumaturgus, 307
Grocyn, 236
Grotius, Hugo, 114 n.
Gruetzmacher, R. H. --
on Schwenckfeld, 64 n.
on Boehme, 168

Hagen, Carl --
on Buenderlin, 34 n.
Haldane, E. S. --
on Descartes, 124 n.
Hales, John, 291
Harford, Rapha --
on Everard, 240, 241
Harless, von --
on Boehme, 151 n.
Harnack, A. --
on Luther, 15
on Irenaeus, 71 n.
Hartmann, Franz --
on Boehme, 151 n.
Hartranft, C. D. --
editor of Corpus Schwenchfeldianorum, 64 n.
Heaven --
as conceived by --
Spiritual Reformers, xlviii
Weigel, 147
Boehme, 179, 186-188, 289, 302 n., 312, 334
Milton, 187 n.
Everard, 252
Whichcote, 289, 301-302, 312
John Smith, 312-313
Thomas Traherne, 334-335
Heberle --
on Denck, 17 n.
Hegel, G. W. F. --
on nature of consciousness, xxxii
on Boehme, 151 n., 195 n.
Hegler, A. --
on Franck, 48 n.
Hell --
as conceived by --
Spiritual Reformers, xlviii
Weigel, 147
Boehme, 179, 186-188, 289, 302 n., 312, 334
Milton, 187 n.
Whichcote, 289, 301-302, 312
John Smith, 312-313
Thomas Traherne, 334-335
Heppe, H. --
on Collegiants, 104 n.
Heraclitus, 63
Herbert, George, 237, 322
|Hermes Trismegistus,| 53, 136 n., 210
translated by Everard, 243
Hetzer, Ludwig, 19, 21
Hill, Thomas, 291
Hinkelmann, Dr., 167
Hobbes, Thomas, 291
Hoffman, Melchior, 33
Holland --
Collegiants in, 68 n., 84, 86, 113-124
William Caton in, 103 n.
disciples of Castellio in, 102, 103
religious liberty in, 104
Calvinism in, 106
Hotham, Charles --
on Boehme, 209, 211, 221
Hotham, Durant --
on Boehme, 209-210, 211, 221, 222
and George Fox, 210
views of, 211-212
Howgil, Francis, 231
Huebmaier, Balthasar, 40
Huegel, Friedrich von, xlii
Humanists --
finding a new world, 1-3
view of man, 2, 4, 19, 69
view of |Hermes Trismegistus,| 243
in England, 235-236
influence on --
Spiritual Reformers, xxx, 289
Denck, 18, 19
Franck, 46, 47
Castellio, 89
Coornhert, 105-106
Cambridge Platonists, 289
Thomas Traherne, 323
Hutchinson, Anne, 274
Hutten, Ulrich von, 47
Hylkema, C. B. --
on Collegiants, 104 n.
on Boreel, 118 n.

Imitation of Christ, The, 4, 267
Immortality --
John Smith on, 314
Independency, 268
Inquisition, Spanish, 106
Irenaeus, 71
Israel, A. --
on Weigel, 140 n.

Jarrin, Charles --
on Castellio, 88 n.
Job, xxiii
Joris, David, 108
Justification --
mediaeval conception of, 8 n.
as conceived by --
Luther, 8 n., 19, 74
Schwenckfeld, 75, 77
John Smith, 310
the Quakers, 344

Keith, George, 122, 233
Keller, L. --
on Denck, 17 n., 18 n.
Kempis, Thomas a, 267
Kessler, J., 18 n.
Kober, Dr. Tobias, 165
Kodde, Giesbert Van der --
founder of Collegiants, 115-116
Kodde, John Van der, 115, 117
Kodde, William Van der, 115
Kolde, Th., 20 n.

Ladders, mystical, xxiii n.
Langcake, Thomas, 234 n.
|Latitude-men,| 279, 288-291
Law, William --
on Boehme, 153 n., 179, 234
on Inner Word, 346 n.
Leade, Jane, 228, 230, 232 n., 233
Lee, Francis, 230-231, 233
Letter, the --
versus the Spirit in --
Denck, 28-29
Buenderlin, 36-39
Entfelder, 41-43
Schwenckfeld, 72-74
Franck, 60-62, 154, 245, 317
Castellio, 101
Coornhert, 108-109
The Light on the Candlestick, 130
Weigel, 148
Boehme, 169-170, 201
John Ellistone, 217-218
Everard, 241, 245-246, 251
Randall, 263
Rous, 269
Vane, 276
Sterry, 285
John Smith, 316-318
Liegnitz Pastors, 67 n.
Life and Light of a Man in Christ Jesus, The, 263-265 |Light, Children of the,| 132, 221, 260, 277, 341
Light, Inward, 129-132 (see Inward Word)
Light on the Candlestick, The, 123, 128
teaching of, 128-132
circulated as Quaker Tract, 128
Linacre, Thomas, 236
Loofs, F. --
on Luther, 13
Lucifer, 178, 185, 192, 234
Luther, Martin --
child of the people, 4, 9
influence of mystics on, 6, 7, 9
influence of Humanists on, 7, 8
discovers way of Faith, xxxix, 5-8, 15
theology of, 9-14, 19, 70, 76
as a Reformer, 14-16, 12l
quoted on Toleration, 93
influence on --
Franck, 47
Schwenckfeld, 65-69
Boehme, 154

Magic --
in use of words, xi
as an aspect of --
the Sacraments, 13
Justification, 75
Sacerdotalism, 79
Superstition, 309
in the Cabala, 135
in Agrippa of Nettesheim, 136
in Paracelsus, 137
Man --
as conceived by --
Gnostics, xii, xiii
the psychologist, xvii
the mystics, xxvi, 70
the Spiritual Reformers, xxx-xxxii, xlviii, 337
the Humanists, 2, 4, 19, 69
Luther, 9, 11-12, 70
Denck, xxx, 21-23
Buenderlin, 35, 36
Franck, 53-55
Schwenckfeld, 54, 70, 77, 269
Castellio, 99
Coornhert, 106
Remonstrants, 114
Descartes, 124-125
Spinoza, 127
author of The Light on the Candlestick, 130-131
exponents of |Nature Mysticism,| 133
Agrippa of Nettesheim, 137
Paracelsus, 138
Weigel, 142-145
Boehme, xxx, 184-186, 188, 190-191
Charles Hotham, 211
John Ellistone, 218, 219
John Sparrow, 218, 219
Everard, 248-250
Rous, 268
Vane, 276-277
Sterry, xxx, 283
Robert Barclay, 283, 347
Cambridge Platonists, 290
Whichcote, 296-297
John Smith, 310-311
English poets, 322, 323
Traherne, 327, 328-329
the Quakers, 347
Mann, Edward, 233 n.
Martensen, H. L. --
on Boehme, 151 n.
Martyr, Peter, 236
Massachusetts --
religious controversies in, 273-274
McGiffert, A. C. --
on Luther, 15
Mennonites, 115
views of, 116
and Collegiants, 116, 120
Mildmay, Sir Walter, 279
Millennium, the --
Vane on, 275, 277-278
Milton, John --
on heaven and hell, 187 n.
on strange sects, 214
on Vane, 271
on Inward Word, 321
influence of Boehme on, 234
and Sterry, 281
and Quakers, 321
Ministry --
must be divinely ordained, 79
in interim-Church, 113
among Mennonites, 116
among Collegiants, 115, 117
as conceived by --
Weigel, 146-147
de Valdes, 237
George Fox, 226, 338-339
Montanists establish a |spiritual| church, xiii
|Montfort, Basil,| 93
More, Henry, 118, 280, 319
More, Sir Thomas, 236
|Morning Meeting,| the, of London Friends, 232-233
Muenzer, Thomas --
views on Inward Word, 19
Mysticism --
characteristics of, xix-xxi, 223
limitations of, xxii-xxix
negative way of, xxv-xxviii
in |spiritual| religion, xv
the basis of life, 3, 4
a pathway to God, 133
of Buenderlin, 35
of Entfelder, 41
of Franck, 46, 55, 62, 155
of Coornhert, 108
of Spinoza, 123, 125
of Ficino, 134
of Paracelsus, 138
of Weigel, 141, 155
of Boehme, 154-155, 159, 201-206
of Randall, 258
of Vane, 273
of English poets, 323
of Traherne, 333-334
|Mysticism, Nature,| 133-139, 148, 154, 180 n.
Mystics --
conception of --
man, 70
salvation, 75
the universe, 155
God, xxiv, xxvii-xxviii, 246-247
influence on --
Luther, 6, 7, 9
new views, 136 n.
Coornhert, 108
Boreel, 118
Everard, 247
Rous, 267
Sterry, 280
Cambridge Platonists, 289

|Nature Mysticism,| 133-139, 148, 154, 180 n.
Neo-Platonism, 134, 136 n.
Neo-Pythagoreanism, 134
Newton, Sir Isaac --
influence of Boehme on, 181 n., 234
Nicholas, Henry, 108
Nicoladoni, A., 21
on Buenderlin, 33 n.
Norris, John, 319
Novalis --
on Boehme, 153 n.

Oaths --
views on --
of Mennonites, 116
of Collegiants, 116
Ochino, Bernardino, 236, 237, 238
OEcolampadius, 18, 21, 34, 137
Oporin, Humanist printer, 92
Origen, 267, 307

Paracelsus, 137-139
teaching of, 159 n., 184
symbolism of, 173 n.
influence on --
Weigel, 148, 150 n.
Tentzel, 150 n.
Boehme, 154, 174, 175 n.
Parker, Alexander, 233 n.
Pascal, xxx n., 94, 250 n., 261 n.
Patrick, Simon (S. P.) --
on |Latitude-Men,| 288 n., 290
on John Smith, 305 n., 306-308, 319
Paul St. --
use of word |spiritual,| xi
Penington, Isaac, xix, xxi, 345 n.
Penn, William --
and Abrahams, 122
teaching of, 344, 347, 348
Pennsylvania --
migration of Schwenckfelders to, 83
Penny, A. J. --
on Boehme, 151 n.
Pepys, Samuel --
on Vane, 272
Perfection, doctrine of --
John Sparrow on, 216-217
Randall on, 254, 255, 259
Perkins, 294
Personality, xlix, 8
Pfeiffer, F. --
on Eckhart, xxvi n., xxvii n.
Pflug, Julius, 34
Philadelphian Society, the, 230, 23l, 233
Philosophy --
Greek, 134
in England, 235-236, 288, 295
Arabian, 134
Pico of Mirandola, 134
Pirkheimer, 47
Plato, xxxiv, 53, 134, 211, 268
influence on --
Ficino, 235-236
Peter Sterry, 280
Cambridge Platonists, 289, 290
Traherne, 323
Platonists, Cambridge, 279, 280, 288-291, 319, 334
Plotinus, 3, 53, 211, 236, 239, 280, 289, 290, 323
Poiret, Peter --
on Boehme, 153 n.
Pordage, John, 227-230
on Quakers, 230 n.
Pordage, Samuel --
on John Sparrow, 217 n.
Predestination, 99
as viewed by --
Spiritual Reformers, xlix
Coornhert, 111
Remonstrants, 114
Boehme, 164, 204
Presbyterianism, 268, 28l
Principles, Three --
in Boehme's universe, 183
Proclus, 280
Psalms, translated by Rous, 267
Puritans, 279, 290, 291
Pythagoras, 210

Quakers, the --
precursors of, xxxii, 31, 83, 116, 123, 132, 146,
263, 264 n., 283, 337, 346, 348
circulate The Light on the Candlestick, 128
influence of Boehme on, 220-227, 233 n., 338 n. influence of Everard on, 252 n.
and the Behmenists, 231-233
mission of, 337-341
organization of, 341-343
views of, 343-348
Qualities, Seven --
in Jacob Boehme, 180-183, 191
in Gnosticism, alchemy, etc., 180 n.
Quarles, Francis, 322, 323

Randall, Giles --
and Everard, 243 n., 256, 260
life of, 253-254
teaching, 254, 255, 260-263
translations, 255-256, 258, 260, 261
Randall, John, 253
Ranterism, 31, 210, 241, 267 n.
among Anabaptists, 33
Ranters, 320
Raphael, 176
Reason --
in |spiritual| religion, xv
as an approach to religion, xxxii-xxxviii
use of, for --
Luther, 12
Franck, 55
Castellio, 98, 101
Coornhert, 108
Ficino, 235-236
Rous, 268
Durant Hotham, 210, 211
Whichcote, 295, 300 n.
Reformation, the --
divisions in, 1, 31, 49, 88, 98-99, 169
character of, 43-44, 66-67
how to be carried out, 82, 112
false course of, 97, 121
in England, 266-267
Spiritual Reformers and, xiv-xv, xlvi, 336-337, 349 Reformer, a --
types of, 14-16
Denck as, 29
Buenderlin as, 43-45
Entfelder as, 43-45
Franck as, 46
Schwenckfeld, 64, 65, 75, 139
Castellio as, 103
Reformers, Spiritual --
type of religion, xxix-xxxii, xlvi-li
views of early, 43-45, 76, 133
views brought into England, 235
mission of, 336-337, 349
and Spinoza, 127
and Weigel, 139, 148
and the Cambridge Platonists, 288-290
influence of, on --
Coornhert, 107
Everard, 239, 251-252
Randall, 255
Vane, 273
Milton, 321
Traherne, 323
Quakerism, 336-337, 348-349
Reforms, Economic and Social, 4
Religion, First-hand --
Faith as, xlv
in |Covenant of Grace,| 274
as taught by --
Denck, 26-27
Buenderlin, 37-39
Entfelder, 42
Franck, 45, 58
Schwenckfeld, 71-72
Spiritual Reformers, 76
Castellio, 90, 100
Coornhert, 109
Weigel, 141
Boehme, 154, 170-171, 192 seq.
Durant Hotham, 212
John Ellistone, 217-218
de Valdes, 237
Everard, 244
Rous, 267
Vane, 272, 274
Whichcote, 296, 297-299, 300-301, 322
John Smith, 308, 310, 311-312, 318, 322
English poets, 322-323
Religion of lay type --
Humanism and, 3, 4, 8
found in Schwenckfeld Societies, 82-83
in Collegiant Societies, 115-117, 120
in Congregational Church government, 268
Religion, rational type of, xxxii-xxxviii
Religion, |spiritual,| xlvi
in Montanism, xiii
in Gnostic sects, xii
during Reformation period, xiv-xv
three tendencies in, xv, xxix, xlv-xlvi
Religion, study of, xv-xix
Remonstrants, the --
views of, 114
Reuchlin, J., 47
forerunner of Reformation, 134
Richter, Gregorius --
and Boehme, 162-164, 166-167, 168
Rieuwertz, John, 128
Roehrich, Gustave --
on Denck, 17 n.
Roth, F. --
on Schwenckfeld Societies, 83 n.
Rous, Francis --
life, 267-268, 270
writings, 268
teaching, 268-271
Rues, S. F. --
on Collegiants, 123 n.
Rutherford, Samuel --
on Schwenckfeld, 87
on de Valdes, 238
on Randall, 254, 258, 262, 263
|Rynsburgers,| 114 (see Collegiants)

Sabbath, the --
names for, 264 n.
true, for Coornhert, 111
Sachs, Hans, 47
Sacraments, the use of --
as taught by --
Luther, 12-14, 19
Denck, 27
Buenderlin, 37, 39
Entfelder, 41-43
Franck, 59
Schwenckfeld, 67-69, 80-82, 86, 270

Castellio, 101
Coornhert, 110-112
Collegiants, 116
Borellists, 120
Weigel, 142, 147
Boehme, 201
Behmenists, 232-233
Jane Leade, 232 n.
Everard, 251
Randall, 254, 255
Vane, 273
Seekers, 273
Whichcote, 302-303
Salter, Dr. Samuel --
on Whichcote, 291 n.
Saltmarsh, John, 267 n.
Salvation --
by Faith, xlii-xliv
by works, xlvi, 75
view of, as held by --
Protestant Reformers, xlvi
Spiritual Reformers, xlvii-xlix, 44, 76
historic Church, 75, 99
Mystics, 75
Luther, 10-12, 76
Denck, 25-27, 28, 243
Buenderlin, 36-38
Entfelder, 42
Franck, 54-55
Schwenckfeld, 70-72, 74-78, 285
Irenaeus, 70
Castellio, 98, 100
Coornhert, 110
Remonstrants, 114
Weigel, 141
Boehme, 170, 190-198, 289
de Valdes, 236, 237
Everard, 250
Sterry, 285
Whichcote, 289, 293, 301
John Smith, 311-312
Traherne, 332-333
Quakers, 345, 346-347
Sampson, Alden --
on Milton, 321 n.
Schellhorn, J. G., 66 n.
Schleiermacher, Friedrich, xxxii
Schmalkald League, 69
Schneider, Walter --
on Adam Boreel, 118 n.
Schweinitz, Sigismund von, 167, 168
Schweizer, A. --
on Castellio, 88 n.
Schwenckfeld, Caspar, 48
as a Reformer, 64, 65, 75, 139
life, 65-69
teaching, 54, 66, 67, 69-87, 154, 269, 285, 346, 347 writings, 64 n., 70 n.
organizes Societies, 82-83
appearance of views in England, 84, 87, 103 n.
influence on --
Weigel, 142, 148
Boehme, 154, 156 n., 190
Scriptures, the --
views on, as held by --
Luther, 12
Denck, 28, 29, 242
Buenderlin, 36
Entfelder, 42
Spiritual Reformers, 44, 251
Franck, 58, 60, 6l, 243
Schwenckfeld, 73
Castellio, 101
Coornhert, 108
Borellists, 120
Boehme, 169, 170, 225
John Sparrow, 215, 216, 225
George Fox, 225
Everard, 245, 251
Randall, 255
Rous, 269
Whichcote, 300
John Smith, 317
Quakers, 348
Scultetus, B., 163 n.
Seekers, the --
and the Stillstand, 68 n.
view of the Church, 84, 86, 340
view of sacraments, 273
Schwenckfeld and, 84
among the Collegiants, 117, 120, 122
in England, 122, 267 n.
Boehme of the type of, 159
Boehme's influence on, 220-221
Vane one of the, 273
and the Quakers, 340-342
Seidemann, J. R. --
on Muenzer, 19 n.
Servetus, 93, 96
Sewel, William --
on Abrahams, 122 n.
|Signature,| 174, 183, 222, 223
Silesius, Angelus, 244 n.
Simons, Menno, 112, 121
Sin --
views of, as held by --
Franck, 62
Schwenckfeld, 70
Castellio, 99
Remonstrants, 114
Boehme, 154, 155, 177-179, 188-189, 191
John Sparrow, 216, 217
Sterry, 284
Whichcote, 301-302
John Smith, 312-313
Traherne, 331-332
Slee, J. C. Van --
on Collegiants, 114 n.
Smith, John --
life, 305-306
character, 305, 306-308, 318
teaching, 308-318, 322
Societies --
organized by Schwenckfeld, 82-83
of Collegiants, 115-117, 119-120, 123
Society of Friends --
organized by George Fox, 337, 341-343
Socrates, xxxiii n., 211
Sopingius, G., 114
Sparrow, John --
translates Boehme into English, 213-221, 222, 234 n. views of, 214-217, 225
Spinoza, B. --
mysticism of, xxviii, 123, 125
Philosophy of, 125
and the Spiritual Reformers, 127
and the Collegiants, 123, 128
Spiritual, the word --
Paul's use of, xi
in Johannine writings, xii
among Gnostics, xii
Montanists, xiii
Spiritual Reformers, xiv-xv
|Spiritualists,| 12, 31, 48
Spruyt, David, 120
Steiner, R. --
on Boehme, 151 n.
Sterry, Peter --
life, 279-281
writings, 281
teachings, xxx, xxxiv, 281-287
Stillstand, the --
Schwenckfeld and, 67, 86, 273
Franck and, 86
revived by Collegiants and Seekers, 68 n.
Vane adopts type of, 273
Stoddart, A. M. --
on Paracelsus, 137 n.
Stoicism, 134
Stoupe --
on Collegiants, 119
Strobel, G. T. --
on Muenzer, 19 n.
Sub-conscious, the, xxviii-xxix
Swinburne, A. C., 173

Tauler, xxvi, 3, 4, 6, 19, 141, 239, 243, 253 n., 267 his conception of God, 247
Taylor, Jeremy, 291
Taylor, Thomas --
on Boehme, 220
|Temperature,| 178, 181, 185
Tentzel, A., 242
use of astrology by, 150 n.
Theologia Germanica, xxvi n., 4, 6, 239, 263
translated by --
John Theophilus (Castellio), 103 n., 243, 256
Everard, 243
Randall, 256-257, 258
influence on Weigel, 141
Theophilus, John (Castellio), 103 n., 243
Thornton, William, 220
Tilken, Balthazar, 170
Traherne, Thomas --
life, 323-324, 327, 328
writings, 327
teaching, 322, 324-327, 328-335
Trithemius, 137
Troeltsch, E. --
on Luther, 15 n.
on Franck, 47 n.
on Schwenckfeld, 64 n.
Tuckney, Dr. Anthony, 279, 291
correspondence with Whichcote, 292-296, 302
Tulloch, John --
on Cambridge Platonists, 303 n., 305
Tully, 290
Turner, Wyllyam, 84

Underhill, Evelyn, x
Universe, the --
as conceived --
in a rational religion, xxxii-xxxviii
by Buenderlin, 35
by Entfelder, 40
in |Nature Mysticism,| 133
in the Cabala, 135
by Agrippa of Nettesheim, 137
by Paracelsus, 138-139
by Weigel, 148
by Boehme, 150 n., 159-160, 172-189
by John Sparrow, 214
by John Ellistone, 219
by Everard, 248
by Vane, 276-278
by Sterry, 282
by John Smith, 314-316
by Traherne, 329-331
Vadian, 21
Valdes, Alfonso de, 236
Valdes, Juan de --
life, 236-237
teaching, 237
influence in England, 237-238
Vane, Sir Harry --
life, 271-274
teaching, 274
and George Fox, 278
and Sterry, 280
Vaughan, Henry, 322, 326, 335
Veesenmeyer --
on Buenderlin, 33 n.
on Entfelder, 40
Vermigli, Pietro Martire, 236, 237, 238

Wallace, William, xxxvii
Walther, Dr. B., 165
Walton, Christopher --
on Boehme, 151 n., 179 n.
on Jane Leade, 230
War --
views of Collegiants on, 117
views of Boehme on, 199
Ward, George --
on Boehme, 234 n.
Ward, James, xxxvi
Warmund, Church of, 115-116
Weigel, Valentine --
life, 139-140, 148 n.
teaching, 141-150
writings, 141, 145, 148
influence on Boehme, 139, 148, 150 n., 154, 156 n., 169, 190 influence in England, 139, 141, 146, 148, 150
Weissner, Dr. Cornelius, 163, 165
Whichcote, Benjamin --
life, 279, 289, 291-293
teaching, 293-304
and Dr. Tuckney, 292-295
and John Smith, 306
Whitaker, Richard --
on Boehme, 208 n.
Wilcox, Ella Wheeler, xxxviii
Williams, Roger --
on Vane, 275
Winstanley, Gerard, 267 n., 334
Winthrop, John, 274, 275
Word of God, Inward --
as taught by --
the Spiritual Reformers, xxx, xxxviii, li, 32, 44, 337 Thomas Muenzer, 19
Ludwig Hetzer, 19
Denck, 24, 27, 28-30, 243
Buenderlin, 36-39
Entfelder, 41
Franck, 53, 56-58, 346
Schwenckfeld, 66, 72, 346, 347
Castellio, 101
Coornhert, 108-109
The Light on the Candlestick, 129-132
Weigel, 147
Boehme, 169
John Sparrow, 214-216
George Fox, 215
John Ellistone, 218
de Valdes, 238
Everard, 246, 251-252
Randall, 263
Rous, 268-269
Vane, 276, 279
Milton, 321
William Law, 346 n.
root principle of Quakerism, 345, 348
Wordsworth, William, xxiii, xxxv
Worthington, John --
on John Smith, 306, 307

Zwickau Prophets, 12
Zwingli, 121

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