The Christian's ABC: Catechisms and Catechizing in England C.1530-1740

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INDEX
Abbot, Abp George106-7, 147-8, 354, 566-7
Abbot, Robert214, 219, 268
The ABC with the catechisme30, 53, 65-9, 88-9, 170-6, 186-7, 255, 560-2
Addison, Lancelot21, 116, 237
Alleine, Joseph82, 222, 226, 262
Allen, Edmund41, 60-2, 282
Allison, C. F.379 n., 415 n., 419-20, 472-5
Ames, William49, 219, 354
Andrewes, Bp Lancelot106, 108, 153, 220, 232 n., 236
catechetical lectures at Cambridge1, 147, 201-3, 446 n., 451
compares catechizing to erecting a building 28
manuscript copies of his lectures circulate 1, 46
refers to a covenant of faith 419
rules for interpreting the Decalogue426-30
Antichrist, not a catechetical subject 333
antinomianism, fear of 378, 399
Apostles' Creed:
article-by-article exposition of in best-selling
catechisms 300-49
as a basis of a profession of faith 34, 222, 236
in Catholic catechetics 59-60
expounded in catechetical sermons or prose 147-8, 151, 186, 202-3, 294
knowledge of misused by the ignorant 131, 245, 274-5
knowledge of necessary in communicants 34, 93, 123, 236
omitted from some catechisms 80, 284-6, 294-5, 301 n., 347-8
in the Prayer Book catechism 16
as a staple of Protestant catechetics 4, 9, 21, 73, 94, 186, 243, 275, 279-83
Aristotelianism 306, 350, 430 n.
'Arminians', 'Arminianism' 40, 78, 85, 350, 352-3, 356, 367-8, 371-2, 409, 415, 514-15, 566-7
Arrowsmith, John203
assurance 379-80, 387-97, 405, 408
Aston, Margaret432
atonement 367-71
Babington, Bp Gervase6, 53
Ball, John:
author of various forms 7, 45, 67-8, 78-9, 156, 260
best-selling form perhaps used as alternative or supplement to Prayer Book catechism 138, 143, 196
best-selling form revised 244, 247-8
Calvinism of 70, 78, 359-78
catechizes in the summer months 115
content and structure of his best-selling forms
Chs. 6-12passim
exposition of Prayer Book catechism 78, 156, 252
on knowledge required in the faithful 26, 29
larger form used by more advanced catechumens 200, 203, 567
work recommended by other catechists 45, 153
Bancroft, Abp Richard122, 348, 517
baptism 519-39
areas of agreement on 520-7
areas of disagreement on 527-9
Baptists 41, 83-4, 166, 410n., 520-1
see also Keach, Benjamin
Barclay, Robert84, 199
Baxter, Richard126, 145, 203, 392, 399, 407 n., 410
author of different forms 53, 196, 222-3, 258, 268
author of Quakers catechism56-7, 85
aware of many catechisms written in England 45
aware of problems in teaching the unlearned 243, 248-9
catechetical form on the Bible 52, 214
catechizing at Kidderminster 130, 139, 222-7
concern at decline of catechizing by 1650s 131, 139
strong supporter of catechizing 42, 91, 167, 222-7
Becon, Thomas6, 22, 47, 61, 213, 267
Bedfordshire, catechizing in 587, 713
Beeke, Joel388
Berkshire, catechizing in 192, 206-7, 607(2), 635, 650
Bernard, Richard63, 280
author of different forms 267
author of form used in gentry household 218
best-selling form widely used 33-4, 73, 156
content and structure of his best-selling form
Chs. 6-12passim
defends confirmation 33-4

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