John Donne and Conformity in Crisis in the Late Jacobean Pulpit

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GENERAL INDEX
Specific references to John Donne are indexed separately in the Index to John Donne and the Index to John Donne's Sermons. All three indexes are intended for use together. Entries in the Donne indexes do not duplicate entries in the General Index.
Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury 185, 186 and n.24, 234, 256 n.1, 274 n.3
and Directions1, 75 n.1, 105—6, 113 n.39, 121, 123, 126, 165, 198
and licensing 17
and use of converts from Catholicism 20 n.73, 24, 78, 147, 194—5
letter attributed to him 170, 184
patronage of 63, 102, 169, 194, 198—200, 211, 224, 229, 233
relations with Donne 10, 20 n.73, 77—9, 113 n.39, 115
sermons of 102 n.1, 219—20 and n.22, 230 n.38
Abbot, Robert, Bishop 78
Achtzehner, Donna 110 n.30
Adams, Simon 212 n.1
Adams, Thomas 7, 126 n.94, 140, 193—4, 247—8, 265
Ailesbury, Thomas 148—9
Albigenses 161
Amboyna massacre 257—8
Anabaptist, Anabaptism 70, 72, 106, 119—20
and authority 51, 68 and n.108, 128
as label 51, 56, 218
elided with puritans 56, 120
Andreasen, N. J. C. 202 n.60
Andrewe, George 150 and n.22
Andrewes, Lancelot 7 and n.28, 8, 69 n.110, 77, 102—4, 105, 167 n.2, 254—5, 274 n.5
and Directions123 and n.80
association with Donne 79
contrasts with Donne 8, 134—7, 178—80 and n.37, 182, 222—5, 253—5
Andrews, John 55
Anne of Denmark (Queen consort to James I) 6, 34 n.120, 147, 247
anti-Arminian rhetoric see under Arminian
anti-Calvinist see under Arminian
anti-papist rhetoric see also conversion; Council of Trent; errors of under Church of Rome; Jesuits; papist-puritan rhetoric; rhetoric of under John Donne
aimed at conversion of Catholics to Church of England 58, 146—7 and n.15, 149, 174, 194, 197, 217
aimed at unsettled protestants 146—7 and n.15, 149—50, 171, 194—5, 217—18
anti-Spanish see also patriot coalition 42 n.33, 148, 178, 183, 184, 185, 186—8, 192—3, 198, 211, 217, 234, 241, 258 n.8
Arminian anti-papism 58, 185
as common cause uniting protestants 56, 58, 72, 146, 235
as dominant discourse for defining Church of England 2, 20, 24—5, 35, 39, 42, 58—64, 67, 102, 139, 146—9, 160, 170, 184, 188, 198, 217, 233, 234, 239, 241, 246
as evidence of reformed credentials 24, 59, 186
deployed against nonconformists 51—2, 59, 163
officially sanctioned occasions see also Blackfriars disaster; Gowry conspiracy; Gunpowder plot 18, 60, 102—04, 132, 195, 211, 216—17, 247—8, 251—2
old-fashioned see also conformist political theology and mainstream under conformity 24, 59—64, 147, 170, 193, 197
papist as label 15, 16, 30, 31, 51, 59, 60, 71, 106, 118, 119, 128, 170, 199
papist as Pharisee 190, 249—50
papists as “Syrians” 98
puritan anti-papism 24, 58, 146, 196, 197, 219, 230, 235—6, 247—8
qualified by interactions with actual Catholics 25, 155

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