Theory and Theology in George Herbert's Poetry: Divinitie, and Poesie, Met

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GENERAL INDEX
Adam 111, 161, 200, 235, 237, 273
Ames, William196, 204, 209, 210, 266
An Apology for Poetry9, 25
Anglicanism:
definitions of 9-10
and Herbert 14
reception of The Temple256
antinomianism 196-7,199, 201, 221
Aquinas21, 33, 41-3
Aristotle16-22, 28, 33, 41, 46, 148, 149
Aminian Nunnery, The223
Arminianism 124,126, 182, 192, 194, 201, 225-6, 260, 276
Augustine15
De Musica231, 240
and 'ejaculation' 100-11,
and rhetoric 28, 44-6, 49, 53-5, 60-6, 72, 92, 177, 254
and wordless prayer 116-20, 126, 134, 165
B, see Bodleian manuscript
Bacon, Francis16, 22-3, 244
Bacon, Roger221-2
Ball, John208
baptism 10, 49, 191, 202, 252, 276-7
Bartas, Guillaume de Saluste Sieur du3, 29, 77, 98-9, 131
Barton, William177
Baxter, Richard194, 257, 280
Bayly, Lewis181, 187, 210
Bayne, Paul201, 202
Bedell, William211
Beza2, 76-7, 131-2, 140, 145, 179, 187, 222
Bible, see Scripture
biblical allusion:
I Cor. 1: 18220
I Cor. 1: 22-3 188
Eph. 4: 22-4 195
Ex. 28 194
Gen. 32 252-3
Heb. 4: 10195
Isaiah 64: 6187
Jeremiah 32: 33244
Job 32 146
John 7: 18276
John 14: 686
Ps. 3: 4118
Ps.6 143, 153
Ps. 31 141-2
Ps. 32 143-4, 166
Ps. 139 145-7
Ps. 51 141-3, 152
Ps. 56: 88118
Ps. 61 155
Ps. 79 140
Ps. 102 151-2
Ps. 123 140
Ps. 130 152
Ps. 143 151
Romans 6 216
Romans 8: 13190
Romans 8: 26165
Song of Songs 133
Billy, Jacques de123
Blois, Louis de85, 103-6, 134
Bodleian manuscript 48, 97, 160, 195, 235, 272, 277
Book of Common Prayer 18, 279, 124, 141, 142, 262
Booke of Martyrs27, 141
Burton, Henry187, 208
Calvin 9, 22, 66, 76, 81, 179, 181
and divine agency 190, 197, 201-2
and the Psalms 130, 132, 134-5, 138
and signification 207, 210, 214
Calvinist doctrine:
assurance 279
good works 121, 185-90, 260
holiness 196-7
mortification 241-2
perseverance 275-6
predestination 184
salvation 266
sanctification 208, 239
Calvinist poetry 75-7, 140
Cambridge5, 12, 28, 54, 73, 78, 220, 259
Capel, Richard225
Carbo, Ludovicus15, 35, 73
catechisms 208-9
Cave, Terence21, 75, 139
Ceppède, Jean de78

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