Voices of the English Reformation: A Sourcebook

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Index
Act of Six Articles, 5, 313–14, 314 n. 3, 367
Acts and Monuments. See Book of Martyrs
Agrarian dissent, 7–8, 181–86
Allegory, 41–43, 45–47, 109–39, 166–77. See also Bible, reading of; Paul; Tyndale, William
Allen, William, 49, 80, 85–88, 303. See also Reading Anabaptists, 307
Antinomianism, 60, 62
Antwerp, 19, 37, 49, 255, 276–77
Aragon, Catherine of, Queen, 107 n. 88, 373, 375–76
Arians, 86
Aristophanes, 223
Ascham, Roger, 374
Askew, Anne, 49, 52–53, 68, 268, 365, 376; Examinations, 231, 268; later reputation of, 49, 312–15; Latter Examination, 231–41
Audley, Sir Thomas, 264
Authority: of Bible, 72; of bishops, 101, 107 n. 88; of Christ, 27, 32, 204, 276, 303, 320; of the devil, 25–27, 31, 117–19, 121; of elders, 126; of God, 57–59, 65–66; of law, 93, 244; of magistrates, 57, 59, 66, 105, 245; of masters, 57, 66; of the monarch, 6–7, 57–59, 63, 66, 150, 218, 244; of nobility, 137; of parents, 57, 63, 66, 126; patriarchal, 3, 9, 286, 369–70; of the pope, 45, 57–58, 74, 81–83, 100–101, 103, 107 n. 88, 188; of priests, 45, 58, 71; of the Roman church, 6–7, 45, 49–52, 65, 74–75, 77, 87; of saints, 46; of scripture, 24, 37–40, 101–2, 112; of temporal power, 104; of the “true” church, 27, 31, 45; of tyrants, 41, 58. See also Edward VI; Elizabeth I; Law; Sword
Aylmer, John, 210, 212–13, 213 n. 12
Babington Plot, 10, 300
Baldwin, William, 152; Beware the Cat, 7, 14, 152–65; Mirror for Magistrates, 7, 152, 165
Bale, John, 7–9, 13, 74, 174, 177 n. 24, 315, 373; Comedy Concerning Three Laws, 7, 12, 91–108, 217; as dramatist, 217, 224; Image of Both Churches, 6, 11–12, 22–30, 74; influence of, 22, 319; as preacher, 92; prose style of, 22; rejection of saints as intermediaries, 9; Vocation of John Bale, 9, 13, 242–59. See aho Drama Ballad, 37, 239–41
Barnes, Robert, 278
Beast fable, 12, 152
Bedingfield, Sir Henry, 357–58, 361, 363
Berenger of Tours, 171
Bible, iconography of: as evangelical symbol, 69, 109, 350, 353; in pageantry, n, 325, 330, 332, 337–38, 341, 343–44, 350; as prop in drama, 109, 116, 125, 127–28; as source for worship, I, 7, 205; Sword and the Book, 20, 110, 140, 149, 330, 333; as symbol for misrule, 140

—, influence of, 6–7; on youth, 109–38

—, reading and interpretation of, 4, 271; allegorical interpretation of, 41–43, 49, 167–73; by Catholic clergy, 6, 39–40, 74–75, 181, 187–88, 190–91; by Christ, 51; “choplogical” interpretation, 43; connected to religious reform, 117; controversy over, 5–6, 19, 38, 49–53, 75, 201; and conversion, 97; during worship, no, 183; by ecclesiastical examiners, 155; as evidence of piety, 69; “false” reading, 35, 38, 45–46, 50, 58; as guide for living, 116–18; as heresy, 52; literal reading of, 37, 41–43, 46–47; parables, 46–47, 68–73; to set example for others, 116, 322–23; typological interpretation of, 168–69; universal reading of, 1, 19, 69, 181, 187, 191–92, 204–5, 273–75, 286–88, 365; by the unlearned, 38, 50–52, 312; in vernacular, 51–53, 69, 231, 268, 286–90, 312, 337, 341; by women, 1, 3, 53, 69, 181, 231, 233–39, 286, 288, 322–23, 365, 370. See also Authority; Clerics; Law; London; Preaching; Reading; Scholastic philosophy; Tyndale

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