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(p. 693) Index

(p. 693) Index

Aaron 30, 32, 38, 111
Abdisho of Nisibis 539
Abel 9, 23, 79
Abelard, Peter 202, 211
Abraham (also: Abram) 9–11, 17, 24–26, 28–29, 35, 42, 47, 63, 70, 103, 119–120, 164, 272, 307, 384, 456, 632–633, 641
acolyte 212, 335, 535, 537–538
active participation 421, 426, 646
Acts 1:14: 449
Acts 2:37: 287, 488
Acts 2:38: 44: 59, 61, 128, 367–368, 488, 634
Acts 2:41: 112
Acts 2:42: 52, 54, 130
Acts 8:12: 112
Acts 8:14–17: 487
Acts 8:16: 634
Acts 8:17: 129, 627
Acts 8:35–38: 488
Acts 9:1–9: 489
Acts 10:48: 59, 61, 112, 634
Acts 13:2: 339
Acts 16:15: 368
Acts 19:1–7: 488, 493
Acts 19:5: 59, 634
Acts of Peter 136
Acts of Thomas 129, 137
adultery 134, 344, 520, 679
Afanasiev, Nicholas 535
Against Apion (Josephus) 47
Against Heresies (Irenaeus) 71, 126, 128–129, 132–134, 552
Against Marcion (Tertullian) 126, 128, 133
Agamben, Giorgio 659, 672
agape see love feast
Ahiqar 46
Albert the Great 242, 259, 667
Albrecht of Brandenburg 271
Alexander of Alexandria 141
Alexander of Hales 219–221, 223, 242, 493, 591
Alger of Liege 204
allegorical interpretation of the liturgy
anagogical symbolism (Alexandrian) 252
representational historicism (Antiochene) 252
almsgiving 323, 331–332, 335–336
altar 57, 79–80, 100, 114, 131, 151, 153, 160, 188–191, 193–194, 197–199, 214, 239–240, 242, 260, 279, 291, 333, 335, 338, 351, 353, 355, 359, 382, 449, 460, 510–511, 537, 632–633
antimension 338
dedication of 449
heavenly altar 57
holy table 176
Lord’s table 57, 159, 482, 525, 637, 639
Ames, William 369
Amish 302
Amos 5:21–24: 72
Amyraut, Moses 369
Anaphora of St. Basil 70, 147–149, 175, 178, 180–181, 257, 259–260, 332, 386
Anaphora of the Apostles Addai and Mari 679
Anaxarchus 46
Andrew of Brod 245
Andronikof, Constantin 447–450
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) 680–681
Annunciation (feast) 429
anointing of the sick 8, 22, 37, 137–138, 164, 210–211, 253, 273, 286–287, 324, 334, 336, 341, 386, 434, 445, 447, 463, 539, 558–569, 621, 642, 645, 686
condition of recipient 561–563, 566, 568
effects of 210–211, 560–561, 565
(p. 694)
as extreme unction 137, 209–210, 235, 313, 322, 324, 331, 350, 380, 621–622, 628, 660
instituted by Christ 324
as last rites 273, 559, 566
minister of 566, 568
procedure of 566
Anselm of Canterbury 349
Anselm of Laon 210
Anthony the Great 497
Antiochus IV Epiphanes 46
The Antiquities of the Jews (Josephus) 42–43, 46
antitype 79, 178, 180–181, 259, 438
Apocalypse of Moses 39
Apollinarianism 259, 334
Apology, First and Second (Justin Martyr) 58, 89, 92, 127–128, 130–132, 146, 504, 508, 510
Apostles’ Creed 303
Apostolic Constitutions 147–149, 343
apostolic succession 541–142
Apostolic Tradition (attr. to Hippolytus) 127, 129, 131, 136–137, 490
Apostolicam Actuositatem (Vatican II) 535
Appeal to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation (Luther) 271
Apuleius 125
Aqedah see Isaac
Aristobolos 111
Aristotle 193, 239, 259, 313, 365, 547, 575, 581, 604, 658
Arius 141, 147, 149
ark (for Torah scroll) 7
ark of the covenant 18–20, 34, 116
Arsenites 252
Aristenos, Alexios 252
Arundel, Thomas 241
Ascension (feast) 157
Assertio septem sacramentorum Adversus Martinum Lutherum (Henry VIII) 314
Assumption of Moses 39
Astell, Ann 667
Asturiensis, Juan Vicente 348
Athanasios the Athonite 251
Athanasius 141, 144, 149–150, 583, 585
atheism 3
Athenagoras 137
atonement 47–49, 75, 80, 321, 369, 413
Auer, Johann 421
Augsburg Confession 278–279, 314, 316, 322, 329–331, 370, 387, 676, 682
Augustine 61, 71, 94, 156–167, 188, 192–193, 202–204, 207, 222, 224, 228–229, 231, 254, 274, 277, 288, 295, 300, 315, 338, 341, 352, 366, 400, 437, 440, 446, 449, 472, 480, 488, 491–492, 494, 497–498, 506, 512, 519–520, 523, 555, 576, 578, 580–581, 588, 591, 594, 633–634, 639–640, 648, 662, 664, 681
sacramental theology of 156–167, 400, 449, 591
sacrificial theology of 228–229, 231, 512
Backus, Isaac 384
Bacon, Francis 610–611
Baconthorpe, John 349
Baier, Johann Wilhelm 366
Baillie, Donald 397–398, 400, 402
Bañez, Domingo 587
baptism 8–9, 11–14, 17, 22, 24–25, 29, 32, 37, 41–44, 49, 52, 58, 64–65, 70–71, 74, 77–80, 83–89, 94, 97–106, 112–113, 121, 126–129, 140–145, 151, 153, 156–157, 161–164, 166–167, 170, 173–174, 177–178, 203, 207–210, 220–223, 226, 235, 253–256, 269, 272–277, 284, 286–290, 294, 300–302, 305–310, 313–314, 316, 317, 330–331, 334, 336, 338, 341, 343, 350–351, 362, 364–365, 367–371, 375, 377, 380–385, 387–392, 396, 398–399, 401–404, 422, 434, 440–441, 443, 446, 450, 463–464, 466–483, 485, 487, 490–494, 497–498, 506, 509–510, 528, 532–533, 535, 539, 555, 575, 580–581, 584, 592–594, 596, 617, 619–622, 627–628, 631–639, 641–643, 645, 647–654, 660, 662, 675–678, 681–685, 687
adoption as sons 288–289, 294, 478, 592–594, 620, 628
“baptism in tears” 256
believer baptism 275, 300, 403, 468–469, 481, 631, 682
catechesis for 142
character 349, 496, 622, 628
as circumcision of Christ 104, 287
conditional 317
death and resurrection motif 35, 61–63, 77, 104, 106, 112, 143, 162, 170, 208, 288, 292, 403–404, 406, 446, 467, 469–470, 479, 593, 620, 627, 637, 650, 652
deathbed 127–128
(p. 695)
enlightenment 64, 112–113, 467
for the dead 63, 100
forgiveness/remission of sins 112, 128–129, 210, 222, 256, 274, 288, 305, 367, 382, 389–390, 403–404, 406, 472, 482, 509–510, 592–594, 627
formula of 59–61, 103, 127, 317, 350, 407, 440, 466, 469, 471–72, 479, 482, 484, 487, 509, 580, 584, 684
John’s baptism 43, 59–60, 350
by immersion 41–42, 103, 127, 129, 142, 342, 366, 386, 390–392, 469, 479, 631
by infusion 127, 331, 469, 479, 580
as initiation rite 99, 127
institution of 287, 313, 364
matter and form of 207, 509
minister of 221, 290, 343, 366, 440
new birth 85–89, 112, 128, 143, 220, 303, 307, 367, 467, 479, 650
oneness of 35, 105, 468, 481, 635, 684
OT/intertestamental ablutions 32, 35, 38–42, 44, 64, 87
as pledge of faith (Zwingli) 289
renunciation of the devil 142–143, 303
for repentance 41–43, 49, 59–60
rite of 127, 142–145
Spirit baptism 58, 61, 289, 308, 406–407, 682
by sprinkling 343, 469
as unrepeatable 469, 479
Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (World Council of Churches) 402, 404, 450, 466–470, 473, 475–479, 483–484, 646, 683–684, 687
Barth, Markus 410, 414
Basil of Caesarea 145, 148–149
beatific vision 351
Beauduin, Lambert 418, 442
Being and Time (Heidegger) 427
Belgic Confession of Faith (1561) 286, 289
Bell, Catherine 401
Bellarmine, Robert 325–326, 348–353, 355–357, 366
Benedict XVI 425–28, 562–563, 628
Beneventan Council (1091) 212
Berengarius of Tours 192–196, 198, 202–205, 259
Berger, Teresa 429
Bernard of Clairvaux 349, 366
Bérulle, Pierre 357
Berti, Gianlorenzo 350
Bible see Scripture
Biel, Gabriel 356
Billings, Todd 291
Billot, Louis 354
bishops/episcopacy 131, 136, 153, 166, 173, 175, 210, 212, 245, 254–255, 313, 318, 324, 335, 340, 426, 470, 473, 484, 490, 498, 506–507, 520, 533–540, 542, 566, 568, 593, 622, 670, 680
as distinct from the presbyterate 533–534
high priesthood of 534
jurisdiction 533
married 166, 212
principal presider of the liturgy 426
titular 537
Blackfriars Synod 240
Blastares, Matthaios 252
Bodenstein von Karlstadt, Andreas 277, 292
Boersma, Hans 398, 401
Boethius 193
Boethius of Dacia 239
Bogomils 251, 255
Bohemian Reform 243–245
Book of Common Prayer 388
Book of the Covenant 31
Borgen, Peder 90
Botte, Bernard 559
Bouyer, Louis 420, 442, 457
Bradshaw, Paul 397
Bray, Thomas 382
breaking bread 26, 52, 54–55, 78, 113, 130, 301, 303–304, 306, 309, 391, 484
Brenz, Joannes 280
Breviloquium (Bonaventure) 219–221
The Bride of the Lamb (Bulgakov) 436
Bridges, Matthew 68
bronze serpent 33
Brown, Callum 604
Brown, Raymond 84–85, 90
Bruce, Steve 604
Brunner, Peter 399–400, 404, 407, 412
Bruno of Segni 210
(p. 696) Bruno the Carthusian 209
Bucer, Martin 280, 286, 293, 317
Buckley, Michael 604
Bulgakov, Sergius 436–437, 532, 536
Bulgaris, Eugenios 342
Bulgaris, Nicolas 329, 342–343
Bullinger, Heinrich 280, 292–293, 295
Bultmann, Rudolph 78, 83–84, 90
burning bush 26
Bynum, Walker 429
Cabasilas, Nicholas 619, 629
Cain 23–24
Cajetan 270, 350, 354, 356, 587
Callistus, Pope 134
Calivas, Alkiviadis 344, 444
Calvin, John 10, 71, 94, 286, 288–289, 291–295, 308, 318, 322, 376, 382, 389, 411, 446, 521, 607
Campbell, Alexander 390–391
Cana 84, 623
Cano, Melchior 325, 350, 352, 354, 585
Canon Law 326, 446
Canon of Scripture 1, 688
Catholic 1
deuterocanonical writings 73
Orthodox 1
Capito, Wolfgang 280
Carolingian Renaissance 187, 192, 194
Casel, Dom Odo 357, 420, 441, 559, 661
Cassiodorus 193
Castenbaur, Stephan 304
Catechism of the Catholic Church 488, 534–535, 565, 592–594, 601, 688
Catechismus Romanus 325–326
Catarina Adorna see Catherine of Genoa
Catechesi Tradendae (John Paul II) 430
Cathars 205, 213, 218, 236
Catherine of Genoa 429–430
celibacy 164, 212, 258, 344, 520, 539, 679
Chadwick, Henry 171
Chardon, Louis 671
Charles the Bald 187, 190
Charles V, Emperor 276
Chauvet, Louis-Marie 359, 401, 427, 648
Chemnitz, Martin 280
Chrétien, Jean-Louis 664–665, 668–669
chrismation see confirmation
Christ see Jesus Christ
Christus Dominus (Vatican II) 533
Chronicles
2 Chronicles 3:1: 28
Chupungco, Anscar 430
church 54, 68, 80, 101–102, 106, 132, 135, 147, 158–161, 164–165, 167, 174–176, 197, 201, 207–208, 215, 221–222, 225, 227, 235, 244, 246, 254, 278, 301, 304, 309–310, 355, 387, 399, 425, 431, 436, 442, 457–459, 461–462, 466, 471, 477, 479, 481–485, 487, 494, 496–497, 525, 529, 532, 534, 537–438, 545–546, 551, 553, 555–556, 558–560, 565, 594–596, 605, 618–625, 627–628, 633–637, 639–643, 645, 647–648, 650, 657, 660, 662, 664, 668–671, 675–680, 683–684, 686–687, 689
Anglican Communion 284, 286, 511, 524, 540–541, 598–599, 605, 679
Armenian 541
Assyrian Church of the East 532, 538–540, 676, 679
authority of the church to regulate the administration of the sacraments 244–245
birth of the church 424
as body of Christ 44, 101, 158–161, 176, 189, 207–208, 222, 227, 229, 402, 448, 459, 468, 538, 595, 598, 622–623, 634, 640–641, 648, 657
as bride/spouse of Christ 151, 176, 448, 514, 525, 595, 598–599, 619–620, 623, 662, 664, 669
catholic church 129, 161, 208, 237
Coptic 541
domestic 525
Greek Orthodox Church 250, 325
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod 387
Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church 679
marks of 647–648, 650
Mary as paradigmatic of 662
new people of God 44
mystical body 299, 620–621, 628–629, 670
Old Catholic 676, 678
Orthodox Church in America 477, 531
Protestant Episcopal 388–389
pure church 301, 307
Reformed 284–287, 289, 291
Roman Church/ Roman Catholic Church 8, 37, 245, 260, 271–272, 283, 393, 397, 473, 475, 480, 498, 533, 541, 606, 645, 650, 676–680, 682, 684, 687, 689
(p. 697)
Russian Orthodox Church 386, 479
as sacrament 436–437, 442, 445, 461, 496, 532, 534, 545, 553, 590, 598, 619–620, 687, 689
in Syria 129, 135, 146
as temple of God 176
church building 174–175, 254–255, 335
consecration of 255
dedication of 449
dome of 175
entrance 209
as microcosm 174–175, 335
sanctuary 174–176
symbolism of 174–175
circumcision 17, 25, 35, 46, 60, 103, 105, 341, 349, 366, 368, 384, 632–633, 637
of Christ see baptism
of the heart 25–26, 35, 63, 105
City of God (Augustine) 160, 228, 352, 512, 576, 591
Clapp, Rodney 524
Clapsis, Emmanuel 532
Clark, Francis 355
A Clear and Useful Instruction (Marpeck) 306
A Clear Refutation (Marpeck) 305
Clement IV, Pope 253
Clement of Alexandria 89, 94, 126, 128, 133–135, 518, 581
Clement of Rome 109
Cluniac reform movement 192
Colossians: 1:19–20: 551, 556
Colossians 2:11–12: 25, 60, 63–64, 89, 104, 112, 368, 467
Colossians 2:12–15: 24
Colossians 2:15: 627
Colossians 3:3: 442
Colossians 3:9: 143
Columbanus 164
The Comforter (Bulgakov) 436
communion tokens 383
Concordat of Worms 212
concupiscence 314, 594
confession see Penance
confirmation/chrismation 8, 22, 37, 128–130, 163, 173, 209–211, 220–221, 235, 253–255, 258, 270, 273, 286–287, 313–314, 317–318, 330–331, 334, 338, 341–343, 380, 386, 405–406, 434, 440, 443, 446–447, 463, 469–470, 480, 487–488, 490–499, 535, 584, 618, 622, 626–627, 642, 645, 681–682, 686
anointing of 128–130, 163, 210, 488, 490
character 349, 496, 622
consecration of the chrism 449
formula of 446
giving of the Spirit 210
imposition of hands 129–130
institution of 446, 493
matter and form of 210, 495, 627
minister of 258, 470, 490
as pre-baptismal anointing 129, 142–144, 173
origin of the term 128
for strengthening 210, 221, 343, 494–495, 627
unified rite (with baptism) 130, 210, 386, 446, 470, 490, 493
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine 498
conquest of Canaan 29
Congar, Yves 3
Constantine, Emperor 271
Constantine V, Emperor 179, 255
Contra Faustum (Augustine) 157
Corbon, Jean 463
Corinthians
1 Corinthians 1:16–17: 102, 368
1 Corinthians 2:7: 660
1 Corinthians 5:7: 53, 118
1 Corinthians 6:11: 112–113, 467, 634, 637
1 Corinthians 7:12–14: 98
1 Corinthians 8:4: 638
1 Corinthians 8:10: 639
1 Corinthians 10:1–4: 9, 30, 43, 56, 74, 77, 85, 100, 467, 580, 638
1 Corinthians 10:14–22: 504
1 Corinthians 10:16: 52, 100, 131, 309, 636
1 Corinthians 10:17: 160, 371, 628, 636
1 Corinthians 11:11–12: 429
1 Corinthians 11:16: 57
1 Corinthians 11:17: 57, 101, 504
1 Corinthians 11:20: 130
1 Corinthians 11:21: 100
1 Corinthians 11:23–25: 56, 102, 130
1 Corinthians 11:24: 22, 44, 56, 131, 321
1 Corinthians 11:25: 44–45, 54, 56, 58, 77, 94, 101, 131
1 Corinthians 11:26: 24, 131, 636
1 Corinthians 11:27–32: 20
1 Corinthians 11:29–30: 56, 100–101
1 Corinthians 12:12–13: 63, 103, 105, 467, 478, 634, 641
(p. 698)
1 Corinthians 12:27: 159, 648
1 Corinthians 14:40: 285
1 Corinthians 15:28: 427, 444
1 Corinthians 15:29: 63, 112
1 Corinthians 15:45: 428, 633
2 Corinthians 1:21–22: 338
2 Corinthians 2:15: 495
coronation ceremony 618, 670–671
Cornelius, Pope 135
corpse contamination 32, 38–39
Corpus Christi procession 280, 319, 666
Council in Trullo 258–259
Council of Antioch 145
Council of Arles (314) 471
Council of Basel 244
Council of Chalcedon 117, 279, 302
Council of Constance 243–244
Council of Constantinople 141, 338
Council of Constantinople (1638) 450
Council of Florence 235, 260, 313, 315, 317, 326, 380, 437, 534
Council of Nicaea 141, 302
Council of Nicaea II 179
Council of Orange (529) 163
Council of Rome (1059) 195–196
Courtenay, William 240
covenant 49, 57, 73, 87, 120, 289, 303, 308, 366, 370–371, 383–385, 387, 390, 392, 463, 521, 599, 633, 686, 689
with Abraham 24–25, 272, 307, 392
covenant of grace 368, 370–371, 382–383, 390
“half-way covenant” 383–384, 391
New Covenant 45, 56, 77, 110, 112, 120, 132, 214, 467, 504–505, 541
with Noah 24
at Sinai 30–31, 35, 45, 49, 53, 110, 113, 546
Credimus Sanctam Trinitatem 253
creed 142, 163, 290, 303, 334, 421, 456, 471–472, 477
Critopoulos, Metrophanes 329, 333–336, 345
Crockett, William 299
Cross see Jesus Christ
Cullmann, Oscar 78, 83–84, 404, 406
Cum Marthae (Innocent III) 204, 215, 236, 238, 242
Cunningham, William 364, 376–377
Cyprian of Carthage 10, 126–129, 132, 134–136, 153, 162–163, 165–167, 471
Cyril of Alexandria 94, 171, 193, 439, 585
Daly, Robert J. 348–349, 352, 354–359
Daniel 46
Daniélou, Jean 8–10, 459
Darwin, Charles 608
Davenant, John 369
David 19, 45
Davie, Grace 604
Dawson, Christopher 657–658, 665
Dawson, John 8
Day, Dorothy 428
Day of Atonement 32, 36, 72, 112, 116, 118–120
de Aldama, J. A. 354
De articulis fidei et Ecclesiae sacramentis (Thomas Aquinas) 313
de Condren, Charles 357
De corpore et sanguine Christi (Gottschalk) 189–190
De corpore et sanguine Christi (Paschasius) 187–189
De corpore et sanguine Christi (Ratramnus) 190
de Fénelon, François 348
de la Taille, Maurice 76, 349, 354, 419–420, 515
de Lubac, Henri 203–204, 299, 354, 401, 420, 628
de Lugo, Juan 350–351, 353–354, 356–358
De mysteriis (Ambrose) 151, 510
De nativitate Christi (Ratramnus) 191
De partu virginis (Paschasius) 188, 190
De sacramentis (Ambrose) 133, 144–145, 151–152
De sacro altaris mysterio 215
de Tarentaise, Pierre 493
De Trinitate (Hilary) 193
deacon/diaconate 212, 254, 335, 339, 350, 511, 534, 537–538, 541, 566, 568, 622, 669
deaconess 343, 350, 541
Decalogue 17, 31, 229, 325
stone tablets of 20, 31
Decretum (Gratian) 204, 237
deification 141, 145, 153, 173, 175, 177, 307, 310, 447, 449, 456, 458, 460, 462–463, 505, 542, 618, 676
Delitzsch, Franz 10
Demetrios Chomatenos 252
(p. 699) Demetrios Kydones 261
Demonstration of the Apostolic Preaching (Irenaeus) 89, 127–128
Denysenko, Nicholas 536
Deus Caritas Est (Benedict XVI) 425
deuteronomic writings 17
Deuteronomy 34–35
aniconic emphases of 34
Deuteronomy 4:13: 20
Deuteronomy 4:35,39: 12
Deuteronomy 4:36: 34
Deuteronomy 5:4: 20
Deuteronomy 5:22–27: 20
Deuteronomy 8: 18
Deuteronomy 8:2–3: 18
Deuteronomy 8:11–18: 18
Deuteronomy 8:14: 18
Deuteronomy 10:1–5 20
Deuteronomy 10:16: 25
Deuteronomy 16:1–17: 35
Deuteronomy 18:15–19: 43
Deuteronomy 30:1–6: 26
development of doctrine 590
Dmitri Tuptalo of Rostov 338
Docetism 84, 93, 132
Dodaro, Robert 158
Dialogue with Trypho (Justin Martyr) 126, 128, 131–132
Didache 44, 59, 77, 127, 130–131, 175, 652
Dillard, Annie 608
Dionysius of Corinth 134
Dionysius the Areopagite see Pseudo-Dionysius
Disciples of Christ 390
divine law ( ius divinum) 322–323
Dix, Gregory 415
Dodd, C. H. 78
Dominicae cenae (John Paul II) 349, 355
Donatism 162, 218, 472, 491, 506, 631
door-keeper 212, 335
Dorner, Isaak 364, 375–377, 389
Dositheus II Notarius 329, 340–341
Dougherty, Joseph 419
Driscoll, Jeremy 428
Duck, Ruth 407
Dummett, Michael 512
Dunn, James 78, 84, 90, 405–406
Duns Scotus 224, 236–238, 350, 356, 583
Durandus of Troarn 195–196
Easter 142, 159, 554, 626
Holy Saturday 611
Triduum 157, 654
The Eastern Confession of Faith (Cyril Lucaris) 336–337
Ebionites 126
Ecclesia de Eucharistia (John Paul II) 423–425, 629
Ecclesiastical Hierarchy (Pseudo-Dionysius) 170, 173–174, 253
Ecclesiastical History and Mystical Contemplation (Germanus) 174, 176–177, 252, 332
Eck, Johannes 302–303
Eckebert of Schönau 208
ecumenism/ecumenical movement 2, 397, 420, 424, 437, 471, 473, 476, 482, 484, 533–534, 645, 675–690
Anglican-Baptist conversations 683
Anglican-Lutheran dialogue 682, 685
Anglican-Methodist dialogue 682
Anglican-Reformed dialogue 682
Baptist-Lutheran conversations 683
Baptist-Reformed conversations 683
Baptist-Roman Catholic conversations 682, 686
Disciples of Christ-Reformed dialogue 683
Disciples of Christ-Roman Catholic dialogue 682
Eastern Orthodox-Old Catholic dialogue 678
Eastern Orthodox-Roman Catholic dialogue 677–678, 685
Evangelical-Roman Catholic dialogue 682
Lutheran Methodist dialogue 682, 685
Lutheran-Reformed dialogue 685
Lutheran-Roman Catholic dialogue 680–681, 685
Mennonite-Roman Catholic dialogue 682
Methodist-Roman Catholic dialogue 681, 685
Oriental Orthodox-Reformed dialogue 685
Pentecostal-Roman Catholic dialogue 682
Reformed-Roman Catholic dialogue 680–681
Edict of Milan 518
Edict of Worms 277
Edwards, Jonathan 384, 391
Egeria 142
Elijah 9, 16, 42, 45
Eliot, T. S. 609
Elisha 9, 11–12, 14, 38, 42
Emerson, Ralph Waldo 391
(p. 700) Enlightenment 363, 374, 382
Ephesians 2:9: 491
Ephesians 2:11–22: 633, 635–636
Ephesians 3:6: 152, 447
Ephesians 3:9: 598
Ephesians 4:4–6: 105, 468, 479, 635
Ephesians 4:13: 467
Ephesians 5:14: 467
Ephesians 5:21–33: 623, 642
Ephesians 5:25–26: 105, 112–113, 367, 599
Ephesians 5:27: 301
Ephesians 5:31–33: 98, 136, 164, 255
epiclesis 147–148, 150, 181, 260, 331, 338–339, 355, 358, 386, 410, 414, 443, 449, 488
Epictetus 46
Epiphanius 126
Epistle of Barnabas 70, 128
Epistle to Diognetus 126
Erasmus 277, 317
Eriugena, John Scotus 194
eschatology 2, 42, 126, 635
Essenes 38–39
Eucharist 8–10, 22, 29, 37, 44, 49, 52, 54–58, 65, 71, 77–78, 80, 83–85, 90–95, 99, 101, 118, 126, 128, 130–133, 140–141, 146, 151–153, 156–162, 170–171, 173–181, 187–198, 204–207, 214–215, 219–232, 235–247, 252–256, 260, 269, 272–281, 284, 290–295, 301, 305, 308, 313–314, 316, 318–320, 325, 331, 334–339, 341, 348–349, 352–355, 373, 380–382, 385, 396, 399, 401–402, 413–414, 418–428, 434, 438, 441–443, 447, 450, 463–464, 467, 470, 474, 476–477, 482, 484, 487, 500–516, 528, 532–533, 536–537, 539, 566–567, 575, 580–581, 588, 593–594, 596–597, 611, 613, 618–619, 621–622, 628–629, 638–642, 645, 647, 649–650, 652–654, 657, 662, 666–667, 671, 675, 677–687
adoration outside Mass 319, 426, 511
annihilation of the substance of the bread/wine 238–240, 242–243, 276
concomitance 243–244, 279, 320, 339, 341
consubstantiation 204–205, 236–238, 240, 291, 293, 318
devotion to the blood of Christ 245–247
“destruction” theories of sacrifice 349, 352, 354–358
elevation of the host 204, 386, 511
Eucharistic prayer 130, 146, 161, 354, 358, 508
forgiveness of sins 152, 188, 269, 319, 321, 470, 513
the fraction 150, 204
frequency of celebration 130–131, 146, 381
frequency of communion 146, 160, 321, 332, 419, 429
impanation 205, 319, 341, 443
institution of 44, 49, 94, 178, 228, 230, 279, 290, 313, 424, 436–438, 504–506, 514
intinction 386
leavened bread 177, 258–259, 334, 504
matter and form of 225, 439, 508
minister of 225–226, 291, 506
moment of consecration 181, 260, 339
necessity of baptism to receive 650–653
processions with 511
purpose of 131, 593–594
as remembrance/memorial/anamnesis 77, 106, 130–132, 152, 175, 180, 190, 226, 231, 278, 292, 308, 320, 356, 382–383, 391, 410, 414, 474, 680–681
representational view of 278
reservation of 280, 319, 341, 511
“sacrament of charity” 228
unbloody 358
sacrificial benefits of 231
separation from meal 130
spiritual “eating” 159, 188–189, 227–228, 319
stercorism 191
substance and accidents distinction 196–198, 227, 238–242, 246, 257, 341, 350, 353, 381, 575, 631
symbolic instrumentalism 292, 410–412, 414
symbolic parallelism 410–411, 414
transfinalization 422
transformation of the bread and wine (mode unspecified) 178, 188–189, 191, 194, 196–197, 226, 236–237, 261, 319, 335, 414, 447, 510
transignification 422
unleavened bread 258–259, 334, 504
unity of 131, 334
utraquism (communion under both species) 243–245, 276, 313–314, 318, 320, 335, 339, 640
wine mixed with water 130, 132, 177, 258, 321, 504–505
The Eucharist: Sacrament of the Kingdom (Schmemann) 443, 460
Eugenios 329
Eunomians 142, 145, 147–150
Eusebius of Caesarea 94, 134, 144
Evangelical Rationalists 300
Evangelii Gaudium (Pope Francis) 431
Evans, C. Stephen 606
Exodus 34, 53, 56, 143
Exodus 3:1–12: 26
Exodus 4:24–26
Exodus 12: 9, 25, 27–28, 34–35
Exodus 12:8–20: 259
Exodus 13: 27–28, 35
Exodus 14:21–31: 29, 43, 580
Exodus 15: 29, 35
Exodus 16: 9, 17–18, 29, 33, 56, 151
Exodus 16:4: 18, 35, 90
Exodus 17:1–7: 29, 56
Exodus 20:24: 13, 371
Exodus 24: 100
Exodus 24:6–8: 31, 45, 73
Exodus 24:8: 53, 77
Exodus 25:10–16: 20
Exodus 25:30: 151
Exodus 25:40: 111, 116
Exodus 31:17: 23
exorcism 163, 290
rites of 142
exorcist 212, 335
Exsurge Domine (Leo X) 271
extreme unction see Anointing of the Sick
Ezekiel 16:4, 9: 38
Ezekiel 36:25–27: 87–88
Ezra
4 Ezra 1:19: 56
Facundus of Hermione 161
Fagerberg, David 425, 442, 533
Faith and Order Commission (WCC) 683–684
Falckner, Justus 381
Farrer, Austin 612
fasting 134, 323
Father see God the Father
Fatima 559
Feast of Booths 78
Fee, G. E. 63
feeding of the multitude 30, 54
Fifth World Conference on Faith and Order 482
figural reading (of Scripture) see spiritual exegesis
Filioque 258, 472
Finger, Thomas 302
Fink, Peter 533
Finney, Charles Grandison 389
Firmilian of Caesarea 471
First Confession of Basel (1534) 286
First Helvetic Confession 290, 294
First Lateran Council 212
First World Conference on Faith and Order (1927) 472
firstborn animals 28
firstborn sons 28
flood typology 9, 24, 35, 64, 77, 143, 467, 635
Florensky, Pavel 433–435, 448
Florovsky, George 257, 329, 437, 444
footwashing 54, 71, 74, 84, 94, 171, 305, 307–308, 652
For the Life of the World: Sacraments and Orthodoxy (Schmemann) 433, 441–443
(p. 702) Forsyth, P. T. 399–400, 404
Fourth Lateran Council 201, 205, 218, 221, 236–237, 241, 319, 323, 605
Francis of Mayrone 242
Francis Xavier 497
Francis, Pope 428, 431, 562–563
Franck, Sebastian 309
Franzelin, Johannes Baptist 354, 585–586
Freiherr von Soden, Hans 100
French Confession of Faith (1559) 288
French School 357, 359, 419
Fretheim, Terrence 14
Fulbert of Chartres 193–194
Fulgentius of Ruspe 161
funeral services 173, 386, 449
Gaius, Pope 538
Galatians 2:20–21: 62
Galatians 3:23–29: 62
Galatians 3:27: 59, 62, 103, 112, 467
Galatians 3:28: 549
Galatians 3:29: 634
Galatians 6:14: 158
Galtier, Paul 349
García-Rivera, Alejandro 3
Gaudium et Spes (Vatican II) 550
Gavin, Frank 444
Genesis 1–11: 22
Genesis 1:1–2:3: 16, 546
Genesis 1:1–2:4: 22
Genesis 1:2–3: 23
Genesis 1:26–27: 23
Genesis 2:2–3: 23
Genesis 2:4b-25: 22–23, 546
Genesis 2:18–24: 164
Genesis 2:24: 98
Genesis 3: 23
Genesis 3:8–10: 549
Genesis 4:8: 23
Genesis 4: 9
Genesis 9:4: 91
Genesis 12: 24
Genesis 12:6–7: 16
Genesis 13:16: 24
Genesis 14:18–20: 9, 119
Genesis 15:5: 24
Genesis 17: 17, 25
Genesis 17:4–8: 17
Genesis 17:7: 368
Genesis 18:1–5: 26, 35
Genesis 22: 9, 28, 35
Genesis 22:1–2: 25
Genesis 22:17: 24
Genesis 23:1–20: 25
Genesis 28:17: 619
Geneva Confession (1536) 285–286, 288, 295
genizah 7
Gerrish, Brian 292, 294, 410
Geoffrey of Vendôme 208, 212
Gerbert of Aurillac 193
Gerhard, Johann 365, 367, 371–372
Gerhoh Reichersberg 209, 214
Germanus of Constantinople 174, 176–177, 252, 332
Gethsemane 24
Gibbon, Edward 417, 431
Gihon spring 16
Giles of Rome 242, 349
Gillespie, Michael 604
Girard, René 358
Glorious Revolution of 1688 381
God
name of 34, 407, 466
seeing God 31, 35
Goertz, Hans-Juergen 302
Goeters, J. F. G. 301
golden calf 31
Gore, Charles 605
Gorton, Samuel 385
Gospel of Philip 129
Gospel of Truth 129
Gottschalk of Orbais 187, 189–191, 193
grace 69, 98, 113, 129, 135, 138, 152–153, 161, 163–164, 167, 192, 202–211, 214, 218–220, 222–224, 227, 229–232, 254, 278, 284, 294, 305, 310, 316, 334, 368, 376–377, 380–383, 390, 403, 436–438, 440, 445, 448, 460–462, 464, 487–492, 496, 520, 549, 553, 575–577, 579–588, 590–595, 597, 617–618, 622, 628, 640–642, 648, 652, 654, 663, 667, 683, 686, 688–689
actual grace 492
cooperative grace 488, 492
created grace 445
(p. 703)
elevating grace 220
habitual grace 224
medicinal grace 220
operative grace 488, 491–492
prevenient grace 404, 491
sacramental grace 221, 223–224, 272, 313, 351, 364–365, 382, 422, 489, 587, 590, 596–597, 601, 631
sanctifying grace 496–497, 627
Grassi, John 386
Gratian 204, 211, 237, 356, 519
Great Entrance 332, 339
Gregorian chant 418
Gregorios Palamas 256–257, 261, 444
Gregory VII, Pope 201
Gregory IX, Pope 205, 236
Gregory of Nazianzus (also: the Theologian) 136, 439
Gregory of Nyssa 136, 153, 178
Gregory of Valencia 350, 352
Gregory Thaumaturgus 135
Gregory the Great, Pope 161, 192
Grenz, Stanley 411, 414
Grimes, Ronald 401
Growth in Agreement 677
Guardini, Romano 359, 418, 442, 559, 661, 663, 665
Guéranger, Dom Prosper 418, 559
Guitmond of Aversa 197–198, 205
Gutierrez, Carlos 562
Haddan, A. W. 355
Hagar 25, 164
Hagia Sophia 180, 251, 333
Hamann, Johann Georg 611
Haymo of Halberstadt 192
Hebrews
audience of 109
authorship 109
date of composition 109
Platonism of 111, 115–116, 118, 121
sacramental imagination of 115
Hebrews 1:1: 114, 461
Hebrews 1:3: 119, 149
Hebrews 5–7: 10
Hebrews 5:1: 551
Hebrews 5:6: 111, 119
Hebrews 6:2: 64, 110, 112
Hebrews 6:4: 57, 64, 113
Hebrews 7:4: 10
Hebrews 7:17,21: 119
Hebrews 9:10: 112–113
Hebrews 9:11–12: 120
Hebrews 9:22: 112
Hebrews 10:4: 152
Hebrews 10:5–7: 70, 75, 117–118
Hebrews 10:22: 64, 120
Hebrews 10:32: 113
Hebrews 13:9–10: 57, 114
Hebrews 13:11–12: 74
Hegel, G. W. F. 666–667
Heidelberg Catechism 287–288, 290–291, 293, 295
Henry of Ghent 242, 349
Henry, Matthew 13
Herder, Johann Gottfried 611
Héris, Charles-Vincent 354
hermeneutic of continuity 425
Hezekiah 33
Hickey, Anthony 351
Hieratikon 176
Hilary of Poitiers 193, 196
Hincmar of Reims 191–192
Hippolytus of Rome 134–135, 490
History of Religions school 52, 62, 98
Hobart, John Henry 388
Hobbes, Thomas 522
Hodge, Charles 388–390
Hoen, Cornelius 277–278
Hoffman, Melchior 307
Holfernes 39
Hollaz, David 366, 368, 372
Holy Leaven (Malka) 539
Holy Orders 8, 22, 37, 71, 135, 156, 165–166, 173, 212, 221, 235, 253, 255, 270, 273, 286–287, 308, 313–314, 317, 324, 330, 335, 341, 380, 434, 445, 450, 463, 474, 496, 531–542, 580–581, 584, 593–594, 599, 618, 621–622, 642, 645, 647, 670–671, 678–685
character 226, 273, 317, 349, 496, 507, 533
essential powers of 324
institution of 324
matter and form 534
ordination of those in same-sex relationships 540–541
ordination of women 507, 536, 540–541, 680
procedure of 136, 531, 536
sacramentality of 531–32
significance of 136, 532
traditio instrumentorum 534
valid ordination 507
Holy Thursday 171
homooúsios 141, 145, 179–180
Honorius of Autun 208
Hopkins, Gerard Manley 354, 606
Horeb see Sinai
Hosea 6:6: 72
Hostiensis 236
Houseman, A. E. 611
Hubmaier, Balthasar 290, 302–304, 306, 309–310
Hugh of St. Victor 202–204, 207–208, 210, 213–214, 519, 591
Hughes, John Joseph 386
human being
as microcosm 174–175
Humbert of Silva Candida 259
Hungarian Confession 294
Hunsinger, George 295
Hutterites 300–301, 310
iconoclasm 174, 177, 179–181, 250–251, 257, 275, 277
iconostasis 647
icons 71, 179–181, 255, 386, 450
Ignatius of Antioch 92, 126, 131–132, 136, 335, 536
Ignatius of Loyola 359, 497
immersion pools 40–41, 654
In Ascensionem (Chrysostom) 75–76, 81
In Joannem (Chrysostom) 78
in persona Christi 222, 226, 231–132, 354, 357, 424, 593, 597, 600
inculturation 430, 506
indulgences 270, 277, 286
Innocent I, Pope 163, 490
Innocent III, Pope 204, 236, 242–243
Institutes of the Christian Religion (Calvin) 286
institution narrative 84, 146–148, 150, 679
Inter Insignores (Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) 429
International Eucharistic Congress 418
intertestamental period 37–38, 41, 45–46, 49
Irenaeus 71, 89, 126, 132–134, 552
Isaac 9, 25, 28, 47
binding of 25, 28–29, 70, 73
Isaiah 46
Isaiah 1:16: 38
Isaiah 25:6: 9
Isaiah 45:5–6
Isaiah 53: 53
Isaiah 53:10–12: 73, 77
Isaiah 54:7: 177
Isaiah 55:1: 9, 90
Isaiah 65:17
Ishmael 25
Isidore of Seville 161, 163, 165–167, 254, 352, 449
Isis 99
Islam 3, 12, 251, 258, 536
Israel 3, 7, 9–10, 14, 17–20, 25–28, 32, 34–35, 38, 48–49, 52, 56, 59, 72, 86, 100, 106, 114–115, 208, 456–457, 461, 517, 546, 580, 617, 623, 632–33, 643, 668
history of 110, 156
land of 32, 115
twelve tribes of 31, 42–43
Ivo of Chartres 210
Jakoubek of Stříbro 243–245
James 1:18: 89
James 5:13–18: 642
James 5:14–15: 137, 324, 336, 341, 559–560
James 5:24: 164
Jan Hus 243, 246–247
Jansenism 348–349, 359, 419, 450
Jehoiakim 15
Jenson, Robert 407
Jeremiah 15, 19, 45, 369
Jeremiah 4:4: 25
Jeremiah 7:1–15: 19
Jeremiah 7:3, 5–7, 8–9: 20
Jeremiah 7:4: 19
(p. 705) Jeremiah 7:4,8: 20
Jeremiah 7:10: 19
Jeremiah 7:12–15: 20
Jeremiah 22:15–16: 15
Jeremiah 31:31: 45, 56
Jeremiah 34:17: 25
Jeremias, Joachim 78–79
Jeremias II 329–333, 337, 340, 450
Jerome 164, 192–193
Jerusalem 9, 34, 40, 44, 46–47, 74, 146, 555
Jesus ben Sira 39
Jesus Christ
appointment of the twelve 42–43
Ascension 75–76, 80, 175, 180, 279, 298, 304, 493, 554, 626–627, 633
baptism in the Jordan 9, 23, 59, 77–78, 97, 127, 143–145, 287, 334, 488, 494–495, 660
conjoined instrument 223, 585, 587, 598
crucifixion of 53, 69, 74–77, 79, 117, 126, 157, 176, 335, 405, 436, 636
descended into hell 354
dispute with religious authorities 39
divinity of 141
glorified body 189, 198, 240–241, 246–247, 351, 373
heavenly sacrifice 356–357
historical body of 188–191, 194, 640
hypostatic union 178, 319, 373, 457, 587, 600
Immanuel 23
Lamb of God 74, 79–80, 119
mediator 117, 164, 364, 457, 551, 555
Messiah 49, 54, 101–104, 106, 117, 307
mission of 496–497
new/last Adam 209, 274, 457, 633, 637–638, 641
as personal Wisdom 171
pierced side 78–79, 177, 461, 464, 595
public ministry of 495
as sacrament 71, 118, 269, 399, 445, 459, 461, 590, 598, 651, 653, 687
second coming/parousia 102, 175, 457, 459
self-offering 2, 9, 54
temptation of 77
ubiquity of Christ’s body 279–280, 293
Virgin Birth 187
Jewish Wars (Josephus) 39, 48
Joannes Bekkos 253, 261
Joannes Klimakos 256
Joasaph of Ephesos 254
Job Jasites see Job the Sinner
Job the Sinner 253–254
Johannes Teutonicus 236
John (Gospel)
sacramental views of 83–95
John
John 1:1–5: 23
John 1:12: 497
(p. 706)
John 1:14: 92, 229
John 3:5: 79, 83–89, 92, 112, 128, 467
John 3:5–6: 86, 368
John 4:1–2: 60–61
John 6: 17, 79, 92, 151, 277
John 6:31–59: 89–90
John 6:48–56: 132
John 6:51–58: 54, 83–85, 89–93, 113, 470
John 6:53: 79, 91, 245
John 6:55: 371
John 7:37–38: 78, 87, 489, 493
John 7:39: 79, 627
John 9: 79, 84
John 9:3: 561
John 12:23: 554
John 13: 54, 84, 94
John 13:12–14: 652
John 13–17: 53
John 15:5: 491
John 16:7: 493, 626
John 17:21: 542
John 17:22: 2
John 19:34: 79, 83–84, 94, 595
John 20:17: 554
John 20:22–23: 163, 166, 301, 322–323, 341, 554, 624–625
John 21:20: 58
1 John 1:9–10: 642
1 John 4:16: 548
John XXIII, Pope 559
John Chrysostom 75–76, 78, 81, 94, 142–144, 151–153, 170, 338, 438, 440, 494
John of Damascus 177–181, 450, 583, 585
John the Baptist 39, 41–42, 58, 60–61, 73, 87, 127, 287, 369, 406
Johnson, Luke Timothy 103–104
Johnson, Samuel 382
Jones, David 657–658, 663
Jordan river (typology) 9, 11, 38, 143, 652
parting/crossing of 42–44
Joseph 164
Joseph (son of Jacob/Israel) 45
Joseph and Aseneth 41
Josephites 252
Josephus 39–41, 43, 47–48
Joshua 9, 43, 115, 148
Joshua 3–4: 9
Joshua 4:21–22: 42
Joshua 24:26–27: 16
Josiah 15, 35
Journet, Charles 354, 622, 625
Judas Maccabeus 47
Jude 3: 479
Jude 12: 52, 57–58, 101
Judges 16:18–31: 45
judgment 64
Judith 39
Judith 12:7: 39
Jüngel, Eberhard 398
Jungmann, Joseph 442
justification 61, 208–209, 274, 288, 291, 300, 314, 322, 368–369, 387, 618, 685, 688
Justin Martyr 58, 89, 92, 126–128, 130–132, 146, 401, 504–505, 508, 510, 581
Justinian I, Emperor 251
Juvin, Hervé 672
Katansky, A. L. 434
Kavanaugh, Aidan 423
Heidegger, Martin 427
Kant, Immanuel 522
Kasper, Walter 541
Kenny, Anthony 606
kenosis controversy 280
Kern, Joseph 349
Kerr, Fergus 604
kerygma 56
Khomiakov, Alexei 435
Kilmartin, Edward 349, 355–359, 424
Kilwardby, Robert 219
kingdom of God/heaven 49, 69–70, 78, 85, 88, 153, 175, 289, 308, 368, 388, 410, 426, 442, 449, 460–462, 495, 518, 561, 598, 612, 620, 640
Kings
1 Kings 1:32–40: 16
1 Kings 8:9: 20
1 Kings 18:21,39: 12
1 Kings 19:9–18: 16
2 Kings 2:1–18: 9
2 Kings 5: 11
2 Kings 5:1: 14
2 Kings 5:1–14: 11
2 Kings 5:8–14: 38
2 Kings 5:15–19: 12
kiss of peace 130, 146, 175, 460
(p. 707) Kittel, Gerhard 561
Klee, Heinrich 357
Koine Greek 110
Lacoste, Jean-Yves 424
Lambot, Dom Cyril 189
Lamech 23
Lampe, G. E. H. 126
Landmarkism 392
Lanfranc of Canterbury 187, 194–198, 204
Large Catechism (Luther) 274–276, 647
Last Supper 10, 24, 29, 31, 35, 49, 52–54, 74, 85, 91, 94, 130, 132, 151, 176, 182, 242, 291, 298, 321, 334, 341, 352, 372, 386, 419, 504–506, 508, 511, 515
Lathrop, Gordon 401
lay investiture 212
laying on of hands 71, 128–129, 136, 166, 303, 309, 326, 340, 436, 534, 560, 566
Lazarus 586
lector 212, 254, 335, 535, 537
Lee, Ann 385
Leeming, Bernard 437, 439, 583
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm 354
Leigh, Edward 366, 373
Leithart, Peter 12–13
Leland, John 384–385
Lent 142, 162
Leo I, Pope 76, 164, 166, 487–488, 497
Leo III, Emperor 174, 179
Leo X, Pope 271
Leo XIII, Pope 418–419, 422–423, 428
Leo of Ochrid 258–259
Lepin, Maurice 356–357
leprosy 11, 38
Lessius, Leonardus 352–354, 356
Letter 55 (Augustine) 157–158
Letter of Aristeas 38
Letter to Bishop Decentius of Gubbio (Innocent I) 490
Letter to the Magnesians (Ignatius) 59
Letter to the Philadelphians (Ignatius) 131
Letter to the Smyrnaeans (Ignatius) 131–132
Letter to the Trallians (Ignatius) 92
Levering, Matthew 425, 532
Levi 39
Leviticus 25, 32
Leviticus 1:3–9: 91
Leviticus 3:8, 13: 613
Leviticus 8:6: 64
Leviticus 10:1–3: 32
Leviticus 15: 38
Leviticus 17:10: 613
Leviticus: 24:5–9: 151
Levy, Ian Christopher 205
Lewis, C. S. 81
lex orandi, lex credendi 140, 146, 283, 345, 533, 595, 689
Liber extra (Gregory IX) 205, 236–237
Liguori, Alphonsus 356
Lincoln, A. T. 93
Lindars, Barnabas 85, 87
Little Entrance 332
Liturgical Movement 420, 645–646
liturgical theology 2
liturgy 80, 95, 174–175, 176, 232, 397, 418, 421, 430, 442, 455–462, 468, 536, 588, 595, 629, 640, 646–647, 659–673
Byzantine 172, 251, 257, 336
heavenly 182, 457–458, 460, 463, 661
Jerusalem 146
Orthodox 71
pre-Chalcedonian 257
private masses 645
Western 257, 533
Liturgy of St. Basil see Anaphora of St. Basil
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom 175, 181, 257, 260, 332, 386
Liturgy of St. Jacob (Alexandrian) 257
Liturgy of St. James 502
Liturgy of St. Mark 257, 332
Liturgy of the Word 146, 175
number of readings before the Gospel 146
Lives of the Prophets 46
Locke, John 522
Lollards 240–241, 243
Lord’s Day 52
as day for ordinations 166
Lord’s Prayer 30, 147, 175, 325
Lossky, Vladimir 444, 463
Lourdes 559
(p. 708) Louth, Andrew 345
love feast 101, 130
Lucaris, Cyril 329, 336, 340, 345
Luke 3:8: 42
Luke 3:22: 494
Luke 4:25–27: 652
Luke 22:14–23: 53, 113
Luke 22:18: 54, 131
Luke 22:19: 22, 52, 55, 78, 92, 94, 321, 386
Luke 22:20: 45, 52, 54, 58
Luke 23:34: 583
Luke 23:43: 583
Luke 24:13–35
Luke 24:47: 624
Lumen Gentium (Vatican II) 355, 424, 473, 533–535, 545–546, 551, 553, 590, 593, 597–598, 620
Luther, Martin 71, 94, 269–281, 283, 286, 314, 318–319, 322, 324, 341, 376, 381, 387, 411, 513, 521, 640, 647, 655, 676
Lutheran World Federation 679
Lutheran-Orthodox Joint Commission 681, 685
Maccabean wars 47
Maccabees
1 Maccabees 47
1 Maccabees 2:42: 47
1 Maccabees 6:44: 47
1 Maccabees 9:10: 47
2 Maccabees 73
2 Maccabees 7:33, 37–38: 47
4 Maccabees 47, 73
Madame Guyon 348
Malachi 1:11: 131–132
Manasseh 46
mandylion 180
Manichaeism 241, 491
manna 9, 17–18, 26, 29–30, 33, 35, 56, 77, 80, 151, 176
Marburg Colloquy (1529) 278
Mark 1:40–45: 11
Mark 6:5–6: 488
Mark 6:7–13: 561
Mark 6:13: 336, 341
Mark 7:3: 39
Mark 8:2: 652
Mark 10:14: 368
Mark 10:38: 652
Mark 14:22: 22
Mark 14:22–23: 52, 131
Mark 14:22–26: 53, 94, 113
Mark 14:24: 44, 77
Mark 14:25: 49, 54
Mark 16:16: 61
Marpeck, Pilgram 301–302, 304–306, 309–310
marriage 8, 22, 37, 83, 98, 105, 136, 156, 164–165, 211, 213–214, 235, 253–255, 270, 273, 286–287, 313–314, 324–326, 330, 334, 340–341, 343–344, 348, 350, 380, 426, 443, 445, 447, 450, 463, 509, 517–529, 539, 580, 617–618, 623–624, 628, 642, 645, 647, 671, 679, 681, 686
bigamy 520
blessing of 137, 218
canonical form 325
as civil institution 520
consent as constitutive of 137, 313, 325, 340
as covenant 521
digamy 344
divorce 165, 517, 520–522
no-fault 521
form and matter 350, 450, 461
goods of 165, 519
impediments to 520, 527–528, 679
indissolubility of 325, 520, 679
mixed marriages 679, 681
Orthodox liturgy of 71
polygamy 165, 517, 522, 528
same-sex 528–529
signifying union of Christ and the Church 213, 255, 273, 341, 520, 522, 623, 642, 669
wedding liturgy 137
marriage supper of the Lamb 58
Martin V 244
martyrdom 45–46, 48–49, 64, 73, 110, 134, 175
Martyrdom and Ascension of Isaiah 46
Marxsen, Willi 298
Mary 164, 171, 188, 190–194, 196–197, 199, 204–205, 214, 235, 307, 424, 458, 510, 512, 598, 622, 662, 667, 671
Mother of God/Theotokos 178, 424, 532, 559, 662
virginity of 126, 190
Mary Magdalene 198
Masada 48
Mascall, E. L. 70
Mass of Paul VI 422
Massilians 224
Master Bandinus 210
(p. 709) Masure, Eugène 357
matrimony see marriage
Matthew 3:9: 42
Matthew 3:11: 60
Matthew 3:13–17: 127
Matthew 8:3: 585
Matthew 11:30: 157
Matthew 16:18: 479
Matthew 16:19: 163, 624
Matthew 18:18: 163
Matthew 18:20: 620, 647
Matthew 19:8: 623
Matthew 26:26–27: 22, 52, 371
Matthew 26:26–29: 53, 94, 113
Matthew 26:27: 119, 132, 245
Matthew 26:28: 77, 132, 470
Matthew 28:18–20: 127
Matthew 28:19: 22, 44, 59–60, 85, 112, 145, 368, 634, 647
Maximus the Confessor 174–177, 252, 444, 628
McCarthy, David Matzko 527
McClendon, James 398
McCormack, Bruce 377
McGilchrist, Iain 611
McLeod, Hugh 604
McPartlan, Paul 424
McPherson, Aimee Semple 406
Mediator Dei (Pius XII) 348, 420–421, 423
Melanchthon, Philip 278, 293, 295, 314, 322, 330, 352
Melchizedek 9–10, 74, 79, 111, 119–120, 156
Melito of Sardis 126
Mennonites 300, 385, 676
mercy-seat 118, 176
Meyendorff, John 340
Micah 6:6–11: 72
Michael Glykas 256
Michael Keroularios 258
Michel, Virgil 418, 428, 456
middle Platonism 111
Milton, John 521
Ministeria Quaedam (Paul VI) 535
Mirae Caritatis (Leo XIII) 418–419
Mishna 39
missa solitaria 322
Missale Romanum 325
Missale Romanum (1969) 355
Mithras 99
Moghila, Peter 329, 337–340, 345
Möhler, Johann Adam 357, 419, 619, 626
Molina, Luis 577
Moltmann, Jürgen 399, 404
monastic consecration 173
monastic tonsure 253–254, 256
Montalbanus, Salvator 348
Moriah 28
Morin, Dom Germain 189
Morin, Jean 350
mortal sin 134, 223–224, 227, 230, 273, 276, 319, 322, 463
Moses 10, 18, 20, 28–29, 31, 33, 39, 43, 56–57, 62, 74, 100, 111, 114–116
Mount Athos 251
Mount Zion 115
Muhlenberg, Henry Melchior 381
murder 134
Murdoch, Iris 527
Murray, John Courtney 502
Murray, Judith Sergeant 385
Murray, Les 610
myron 173–174
mystery religions 62, 72, 98–99, 126, 660
Mystagogia (Maximus) 174–176, 252
Mystagogical Catecheses (Cyril of Jerusalem) 133, 143–147, 151–153
mystagogy 142
The Mysteries of Christianity (Scheeben) 418
Mysterium Fidei (de la Taille) 354, 419, 515
Mysterium Fidei (Paul VI) 421–423
The Mystery of Christian Worship (Casel) 420
Mystici Corporis Christi (Pius XII) 620–621
Naaman 11–14, 38, 42, 652
Nadab and Abihu 30, 32
Nathan 19
Neilos Kabasilas 261
Nellas, Panayiotis 463
Neo-Platonism 172, 193
Netter, Thomas 241, 243
Nevin, John Williamson 385, 389–390
New Evangelization 425, 498
Newman, John Henry 388, 419, 603
Nicene-Constantinopolitan creed 542
Nicholas II, Pope 195
Nicholas of Cusa 245, 247
Nicodemus 85–88
Nicodemus the Hagiorite 329, 343–344
Nicomachean Ethics (Aristotle) 547, 581
Niewalda, Paul 84
Nigrinus (Lucius) 40
(p. 710) Niketas Choniates 252
Niketas Stethatos 258–259
Nikolaos Kabasilas 252, 260–261, 449
Ninety-Five Theses (Luther) 270, 274, 283
Noah 9, 24, 35, 64, 77, 143, 156, 331, 632
nouvelle théologie 441
Novatian 135
Novatianism 471
Numbers 11: 33
Numbers 21:4–9: 33
Numbers 21:17: 56
Numbers 31:21–24: 637
O’Connor, Flannery 501, 616
O’Neill, Colman 493, 495, 497
obediential potency 587
Oberman, Heiko 285
Oecolampadius, Johannes 278, 280, 287, 318
Of Water and the Spirit (Schmemann) 443
Old, Hughes 287, 290
Olier, Jean-Jacques 357–358
On Baptism (Tertullian) 125, 127–129
On Christian Teaching (Augustine) 157–158
On Grace and Free Will (Augustine) 491–492
On Rebaptism (author unknown) 129
On Repentance (Tertullian) 134–135
On the Christian Baptism of Believers (Hubmaier) 303
On the Donation of Constantine (Valla) 271
On the Holy Spirit (Basil) 149
On the Orthodox Faith (John of Damascus) 177
On the Trinity (Augustine) 228
Orate Fratres (journal) 418
Orations against the Arians (Athanasius) 144
Order of Christian Initiation for Adults (1972) 422
Ordinance of Levi 38
ordination see Holy Orders
Origen of Alexandria 11, 94, 126, 128–129, 133–134, 137, 434, 546, 591, 664
The Orthodox Church (Bulgakov) 436
Otto of Lucca 202, 204–205
Owen, John 373
Oxford Movement see Tractarians
Palmieri, Domenico 354
Pannenberg, Wolfhart 400, 405, 411, 413, 415
Panteugenos, Soterichos 252
papacy 3, 258, 271, 273, 537
Pareus, David 369
Pascal, Blaise 659
paschal candle 208
Paschal Mystery see Jesus Christ
Paschasius Radbertus 187–195
Passover (feast) 25, 27–29, 34–35, 53, 79, 410, 613
Passover lamb 53, 118, 612
Passover meal 9, 25–28, 35, 53, 106, 130, 504–505
Passover sacrifice 77
Pastoral Care of the Sick (Paul VI) 560, 562–564, 566, 568–569
Pastorius, Francis Daniel 385
Paul VI, Pope 355, 422–423, 475, 535, 562–563
Peckham, John 236
Pelagianism 480, 491, 631
Pelagius 163, 577
Pelikan, Jaroslav 192, 329, 337
Penance/Reconciliation 8, 22, 37, 83, 133, 163–164, 211, 220, 223–224, 235, 254, 270–271, 273–274, 286–287, 313–314, 316, 322, 324, 326, 330–332, 334–336, 340–341, 343, 348, 350, 380, 387–388, 434, 443, 445, 447, 450, 463, 480, 494, 539, 545–556, 565, 567, 581, 584, 593, 595–596, 622, 624–626, 642, 645
attrition 224, 322, 350
contrition 135, 211, 224, 313, 322, 350, 595
deprecatory absolution 340, 343
exomologesis (confession) 134–135
first-person singular absolution 340, 554
Irish monastic influence on 164
length of 163
necessary components of 211, 322, 595
only one repentance after baptism 133–134
post-baptismal forgiveness of sins 133, 322
private/auricular confession 134, 164, 211, 218, 270, 273–274, 322–323, 336, 387, 624
public confession 135, 323, 336
public penance 134, 164
satisfaction/reparation for sins 135, 211, 313, 322–323, 593, 595–596
Pentateuch see Torah
Pentecost 3, 44, 54, 142, 157, 159, 424, 449, 494–495, 507, 554, 626–627
Pentecostal Christianity 3, 402, 406, 411, 676, 684
Perrone, Giovanni 354
Peter
1 Peter 2:5: 225–226
(p. 711)
1 Peter 3:20–21: 64, 77, 112, 259, 367, 467, 635
2 Peter 1:4: 152, 171, 458, 478, 585
2 Peter 2:13: 58
Peter Auriol 242
Peter Damian 207–8, 212, 214–215
Peter John Olivi 236–38
Peter of Poitiers 211, 213–214
Pharisees 39
Philippians 2:5–11: 74
Philips, Dirk 302, 306–310
Philistines 19
Philo 111
Philokalia 343, 444
Philosophy of Cult (Florensky) 433–435
Photios 252, 254, 257–258
Pickstock, Catherine 355, 415
Pictet, Benedict 368
Pilch, John J. 558
Pilgrimage of Egeria 142
pillar of cloud and fire 26
Pius II, Pope 244
Pius IV, Pope 320
Pius V, Pope 317
Pius X, Pope 419
Pius XII, Pope 348, 358, 420, 534, 620
Placidus 628
Platinga Pauw, Amy 285–286
Plato 126, 581, 605, 669
Plested, Marcus 345
Plotinus 581
Plutarch 111
Podskalsky, Gerhard 261
Prayer of Levi 38
Prelude on the Babylonian Captivity of the Church (Luther) 272–273, 276, 278, 314
Presanctified Liturgy 339
Presbyterorum Ordinis (Vatican II) 533, 599
priest/presbyter 166, 533–535, 537–538, 558, 563, 566, 568, 593, 622, 670
as local pastors 166
married 166
priesthood
of all believers/spiritual priesthood 225–226, 231–232, 273, 283, 324, 339, 436, 535, 622, 627, 681, 686
of Christ see Jesus Christ
Christian 118, 225, 359
Levitical 10, 32, 64, 110, 119–120
reserved to men 429
proclamation of the Gospel/preaching 103, 269, 275, 599, 648
promised land 9, 18, 115
proofs for God’s existence 605–606
Prosper of Aquitaine 533
Protestant Reformation 68, 280–281, 283–284, 314 396, 472, 511, 514, 521, 604, 672, 676
Anglican 283, 293, 396, 541
Lutheran 269–270, 275, 279, 281, 396
Radical Reformation 298
Reformed 283–284, 293, 396
Proverbs 9: 171
providence 3, 365
Psalm 2:7: 119
Psalm 16[15]:10: 246
Psalm 23: 151
Psalm 24: 20
Psalm 24:1: 16
Psalm 24:7,9: 19
Psalm 40:6–8: 118
Psalm 44:8: 495
Psalm 45:7: 144
Psalm 47: 20
Psalm 47:5: 19
Psalm 50:13: 514
Psalm 51:17: 595
Psalm 78:25
Psalm 95: 114
Psalm 110:1–4 (109 LXX): 9, 119
Psalm 132: 20
Psalm 132:8 19
Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite 170, 172–174, 176, 252–253, 331, 449, 457, 671
Pulka, Peter 244
Pullen, Robert 205
purgatory 231, 271, 336, 350
Eastern analogue of 336
Puritanism 285, 382–384, 521
Purvey, John 241
Quakers 380, 383, 385, 532
Qumran 40, 48
Rabanus Maurus 191–193
Radulphus Ardens 202, 210–211
Rahner, Karl 133, 354, 359, 399, 421, 423, 445, 664
Ramsay, A. M. 80
(p. 712) Ramsey, Paul 523
ransom 73–74
Ratramnus of Corbie 190–191, 193–194
Ratzinger, Joseph 359, 421
Raymond of Penafort 205
reconciliation see Penance
Red Sea (typology) 9, 26, 29, 35, 43, 77, 100, 143, 208, 580
Reformation see Protestant Reformation
Reicke, Bo 561
Reid, Thomas 387
Reinhold, H. A. 442
relics 255
religionsgeschichte Schule see History of Religions school
The Reply to the Augsburg Confession (Jeremias II) 330, 333
Revelation 3:20: 58
Revelation 21:1: 24
Revelation 22:17: 623
Rhegius, Urbanus 321
Richard of Middleton 242
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults 481
Rituale Romanum 325
Rivet, André 367
Robinson, John 603
Roland of Cremona 587
Roman Canon 321
recitation in a low voice 321
Roman curia 537
Roman Synod (1079) 198
Romans 2:25–29: 105
Romans 2:28–29: 26
Romans 5:10: 478
Romans 5:12–17: 62
Romans 5:17: 637
Romans 6:1–11: 24, 61, 104, 143
Romans 6:3: 59, 61, 77, 89, 103–104, 467, 593, 627, 637
Romans 6:4: 580, 627, 637
Romans 6:11: 593, 638
Romans 6:12–23: 62, 104
Romans 7:19: 581
Romans 8:15: 620
Romans 8:19–23: 24
Romans 8:28: 492
Romans 8:32: 29
Romans 12:1: 69, 225–226, 412
Rorem, Paul 293
Rosmini, Antonio Serbati 354
Ross, Susan 429
Rule of Faith 189, 192
Ruskin, John 606–608
sabbath 23, 30, 46, 110, 115, 119, 157, 208, 229
sacraments
Anglican definition 15
as category 85
as causes of grace 220–225, 235, 367, 397, 449, 575, 582–588, 590–592, 641
as ceremonies 305–306, 308
disposition to receive 223–24, 230, 276, 294, 316, 587
Eucharist as paradigmatic of 203, 206, 209–211, 213–214
ex opere operantis 274
ex opere operato 274, 305, 316, 341, 366, 369, 439, 450, 580, 582, 584, 587, 641–642, 686, 688
institution of 71, 221–222, 235, 272, 286, 313, 320, 326, 398, 445, 580, 624, 677, 687
as institutions 37
major 49, 272, 315, 532, 687
matter and form 202, 207, 313, 320, 330, 338, 343, 348, 434, 445, 587
means of grace 201, 269, 278, 293, 295, 310, 341, 363, 365–366, 369, 371, 375, 647, 651, 683, 688
minor 272, 315, 687
musterion/mystery 70–71, 73, 98, 126, 140, 156, 164, 167, 172, 250, 255, 298, 343, 398–399, 439, 441, 502, 539, 590, 597
as ordinances 37, 49, 298, 308, 384, 398, 487, 676, 683, 686
in pre-Nicene period 125, 128
as Raza 539, 679
res et sacramentum 204, 206, 209, 211–213, 215, 222–223, 227, 230, 640
sacramental character 212, 221, 223, 226, 235, 317, 439, 496, 622
sacramental occasionalism 583
(p. 713)
“Sacraments of the Gospel” 37
sacramentum 70–71, 98, 125, 156, 164–165, 167, 202–203, 235, 250, 253, 398, 439, 590
sacramentum tantum 204, 209, 211, 213, 215, 222–223, 227, 508, 640
symbols 400, 449–450
valid administration 349, 439, 450, 472, 506
word and 36, 114, 647, 676–677
sacramental theology 98, 249–251, 253, 255, 348, 374, 633, 637, 641, 646, 687
Assyrian Church of the East 538
Byzantine 249–251, 253, 438–439
post-Tridentine 317, 320
Reformed 362–364
Scholastic tradition of 428
Western 509
sacramentals 71, 281, 325, 435, 445
Sacramentary of Sarapion of Thmuis 149–150
Sacramentum Caritatis (Benedict XVI) 425–427
Sacramentum Ordinis (Pius XII) 534
sacrifice 9–10, 12–14, 27–29, 31–32, 36, 38, 68–70, 72–74, 77, 79–80, 112, 118, 120, 131–132, 151, 160, 225, 228–230, 352, 355, 436, 512–515, 552, 576, 579–580, 613, 617, 633
burnt offering 25, 28, 31, 47, 69, 73, 75, 118
definition of 68–69, 228, 352
Eucharistic sacrifice see Eucharist
firstborn 28
first fruits 69, 76, 132, 460
human 581
oblation 69–70, 137, 331, 352, 419, 515, 579
offering 69, 118, 150
immolation 69, 352, 419, 515
pagan 46, 613, 638
peace offering 57, 73
of praise 114, 291, 320, 513
sacrifice of Christ see Jesus Christ
showbread 151
sin offering 73, 75, 118
spiritual sacrifice 225
tāmîd 69
thank offering 75, 77, 131–32
Sacrosanctum concilium (Vatican II) 349, 355, 422–23, 430, 461–462, 473, 561–562, 595, 598, 620, 646–647, 689
Salmerón, Alfonso 352
Salvation Army 532
Samson 45
Samuel
1 Samuel 4:1–7:2: 19
1 Samuel 4:3: 19
1 Samuel 4:7–8: 19
1 Samuel 4:9–11: 19
1 Samuel 5:1–4: 19
1 Samuel 5:6–6:12: 19
1 Samuel 6:13–7:2: 19
2 Samuel 7: 19
sanctus 147–150, 175
Santantoni, Antonio 533
Sarah (also: Sarai) 24–26, 35, 164
Sarapion of Thmuis 149–150
Satan see devil
Sawtrey, William 241
scapegoat 33, 38
Schaff, Philip 363
Scheeben, Matthias 353–354, 418–419, 577–578, 619–620, 622, 671
Schiemer, Leonard 304
Schillebeecx, Edward 359, 399, 420, 591, 597, 646, 649
Schilson, Arno 424
Schleiermacher, Friedrich 363–364, 374–377, 522
Schmemann, Alexander 70, 329, 433, 441–443, 446, 457, 460, 605, 640
Schmucker, Samuel Simon 387
Schneiders, Sandra 87
Schnelle, Udo 84
Schweitzer, Albert 406
Schwenckfeld, Caspar 300, 305
scientia media 351
Scottish Common Sense Realism 387, 389
Scottish Confession of Faith (1560) 286–288, 290, 292
Scotus, John Duns see Duns Scotus
Scribner, Robert 281
Scripture
authority of 284–287
New Testament 8, 13, 15, 17, 42, 52, 58, 70, 80, 85, 109, 133, 137, 153, 174, 508, 517, 560, 580, 611, 613, 633, 660
ecclesiology of 545
Old Latin translations of 156
Old Testament 7–9, 11–12, 14–18, 31, 40, 49, 69, 72, 77, 79, 110, 146, 151, 153, 157, 174, 459, 580, 590, 597, 613
Vulgate 164
(p. 714) Scullion, John 546–547
Second Council of Lyons (1274) 235, 253, 560
Second Great Awakening 390
Second Helvetic Confession (1566) 287, 289
Second Temple literature 1, 28
Second World Conference on Faith and Order (1937) 472
Seder 53, 410
Segneri, Paolo 343
Selyns, Domine Henricus 383
Semmelroth, Otto 359, 420
Sentences (Peter Lombard) 202, 204, 208–209, 211–213, 219–220, 235, 241, 272, 356, 512
Sermon 272 (Augustine) 159–160
Servetus, Michael 300
seventy elders 30, 33
Shepherd of Hermas 128, 133–134
Shimun bar Sabba’e 540
Sibylline Oracles 39, 41
Siger of Brabant 239
sign of the cross 128–129, 202, 210, 428, 539
Simchat Torah 7
Simeon ben Yohai 48
Simon of Tournai 202, 211
Simons, Menno 302, 307, 310
simony 212, 272
Sinai 20, 26–27, 30, 34, 38, 57, 73–74, 115, 546, 607
Sirach 34:30: 39
Small Catechism (Luther) 274, 276, 381
Snyder, C. Arnold 302
Socinians 363
Socrates 46, 581
sola fide (faith alone) 316–317, 686
Solomon 16, 39
Song of Songs 151, 664, 668–70
Song of Songs 1:2: 151
Song of the Three Young Men 47
sophiology 436
speaking in tongues 406
Špidlík, Tomáš 335–336
Spinoza, Baruch 609
“the spirit of Vatican II” 422
spiritual exegesis (of Scripture) 8–9, 98, 100, 174, 287, 372, 384
Staniloae, Dumitru 444–447
Stephanus de Balgiaco 215
Stephen, Pope 440, 471
Stewart, Dugald 387
Stöckl, Albert 357
Stoddard, Solomon 384
Stoudian monastery 251
Suárez, Francisco 348, 350–354, 356, 358
subdeacon/subdiaconate 136, 166, 212, 254, 335, 339, 350, 537–538
suffering servant 612
Summa aurea (William of Auxerre) 219–220, 224
Summa contra gentiles (Thomas Aquinas) 352
Sunday see Lord’s Day
“Sunday of orthodoxy” 251
sursum corda 146–148, 664
Swiss Brethren 301–302
Sylvester I, Pope 271
Sylvester II, Pope 193
Symeon the New Theologian 252, 256, 258
Symeon of Thessalonike 252–256
synagogue 7, 41
Synod of Hiereia 179, 255
Synod of Jassy (1642) 337–338
Synod of Jerusalem (1672) 329
Synodicon of Orthodoxy 251–252, 255
tabernacle see Tent of Meeting
Taborda, Francisco 424
Tait, Woodruff 505
Taylor, Charles 417, 604
Tempier, Stephen 239
temple (in Jerusalem) 20, 29, 33, 46, 176, 182, 632–633
Ten Theses of Berne 284, 291
Tent of Meeting 31–32, 34, 38, 111, 116, 120, 176, 632
Tepe, Bernard 354
Tertullian 98, 125, 127, 129, 133–35, 137, 156, 165, 167, 274
Testament of Levi 39
Testament of Moses 46, 48
Testament of Solomon 39
Theodore Balsamon 252, 257
(p. 715) Theodore of Mopsuestia 142, 152, 170, 539
Theodore the Studite 181, 251, 253
Theodoric of Paderborn 196
Theognis of Nicaea 141
Theophany (feast) 142, 435, 449
Theophilus of Alexandria 171–172, 176–177
Theophilus of Antioch 128
Theophylaktos of Ochrid 252
Tetrapolitan Confession (1530) 290
Thalhofer, Valentin 357
Theresa of Avila 497
Theudas 41, 43
Thielicke, Helmut 72
Third Council of Carthage (256) 344
Third Letter Against Nestorius (Cyril of Alexandria)