Scottish Puritanism, 1590-1638

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Index
Abbott, George, Archbishop of Canterbury 5 , 81
Aberdeen National Covenant in 86 n, 289
Aberdeen Doctors 43 , 65 , 202 , 217 n, 224-5 , 234 , 239-40 , 261 , 294 , 304 , 314 , 322
Abernethy, John, Bishop of Caithness 6 , 55 , 104 , 128 , 137 , 166 , 301
Abernethy, Thomas 208 , 232 , 253 , 298
absolutism 173 , 247 , 317see also resistance and tyranny .
Adair, Patrick 31
Adamson, John 19 , 23
affections 32 , 51-2 , 61 , 76 , 85-7 , 100 , 117 n, 124 , 128 , 147 , 167 , 169 , 272 , 289 , 315 , 322
Aidy, William 127 n
Aird, Betty (Bethea) 94-5 , 105
Albret, Jeanne d', Queen of Navarre 157
Alexander, William, Earl of Stirling 146
Althusius, Johannes 303 , 305
Ambrose 161 , 234
America 6 , 34 , 174
Ames, William 107 , 130 , 205-6
Anabaptism, Anabaptists 54 , 68 , 73 , 211 , 225 , 258 , 321
Anderson, Patrick 33 , 46 , 235 , 267
Annand, William 155
anti-Calvinism 216 , 226 , 233 , 235 n
Antichrist, antichristian 48 , 126 , 146 , 181 , 229 , 232 , 238-9 , 241 , 276 , 278 , 312 , 319
antinomianism 108 , 176 , 242
apocrypha 48 , 304
Aquinas, Thomas 89 , 173 , 214
Aristotle, Aristotelianism 56 , 85 , 144 , 213-14
Arminianism, Arminians 1 , 12 , 23 , 32 , 34 , 81 , 98 , 187 , 209-13 , 215-22 , 224-7 , 229 , 231-3 , 235 , 239-43 , 253 , 262-5 , 292-3 , 297 , 304see also Remonstrants
Arminius 110 , 185 , 187 , 212-15 , 218 , 227 , 231-2 , 235 , 262-3 , 293
Arnot, Rachel 94
ars moriendi122see also death
assurance 5 , 9 , 11 , 24 , 53 , 67 , 93 , 96 , 98-9 , 101 , 103 , 107 , 123 , 137 , 154 , 190 , 198 , 222 , 265 , 305
atheism, atheist 78 , 86 , 97 , 199 , 277 , 293 , 304 , 315-16
Auckinleck, James 292
Augustine, Augustinian 1 , 13 , 29 , 51-2 , 55 , 59 , 72 , 86 , 116 n, 120 , 171 , 173 , 209 , 219 , 225 , 233-4 , 236-41 , 271 , 321
authority, denial of absolute:
in church 72-3
in family 72
in marriage 150
in state 72 , 188 , 212 , 250-1 , 304 , 321
autobiography 15 , 20 , 28 , 31 , 64 n, 72 , 93 , 136 , 137 , 147 , 292
Baillie, Alexander 236 n
Baillie, James 60 , 70 , 272 , 280
Baillie, Robert 7 n, 10 , 22 , 28 n, 33-5 , 48 , 61 n, 77 , 80-1 , 83 , 90 , 92 n, 99 , 115 , 130 , 152 , 154 n, 160 , 163 , 187 , 210 , 216-17 , 218 n, 220-2 , 224-5 , 227-8 , 231-3 , 235 , 238-41 , 248 n, 249 , 252-4 , 264-5 , 292-3 , 297 , 302 n, 304 , 315
Baker, J. Wayne 184
Balcanquhall, Walter 80-1 , 125 , 144 , 216
Balfour, James 96 , 145
bands, banding 171 , 177-83 , 187-9 , 192 , 194 , 199 , 205 , 247 , 286-7 , 294see also covenants
Bangs, Carl 213
Bannatyne Manuscript 140-1 , 145 n

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Table of contents

  • Scottish Puritanism 1590-1638 iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Abbreviations xii
  • Prologue 1
  • 1: A Puritan Brotherhood 13
  • 2: A Ministry of the Word 45
  • 3: Conversion and Assurance 85
  • 4: The Pilgrim's Progress 111
  • 5: The Ambiguity of the Feminine 140
  • 6: Covenants and Covenant Theology 171
  • 7: A Schism Defined 208
  • 8: Political and National Divinity 244
  • 9: The Damnable Covenant 285
  • Epilogue 318
  • Bibliography 323
  • Index 361
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