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(p. 645) Index of Subjects

(p. 645) Index of Subjects

Note: ‘church’, ‘ecclesiology’, ‘God’, and ‘theology’ are not indexed because the whole book is devoted to those subjects.

African ecclesiology 342, 538, 615–38
African Instituted Churches 342, 623
Aggiornamento 280, 285, 629
Anabaptists 293, 306–15, 376, 600–1; see also Radical Reformation
Anglican Communion Covenant 254–5
Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) 254
Anglican–Methodist Covenant 243
Anglican–Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) 241, 256, 461–2
Anglicanism, Anglican ecclesiology 239–62, 461–2, 512–21
anticlericalism 383, 583–4
Apartheid 561
apologetics 3–4, 627
apostles 63, 71, 74, 86–90, 256–7
Apostolic Fathers 5
apostolicity, apostolic succession 193–4, 240, 246, 325
Archbishop of Canterbury 254
architecture 324
Arles, Council of (AD 314) 171
Asian ecclesiology 595–614
atheism 421
Augsburg Confession 318, 321, 492–3, 495, 502
authority 330, 462, 608–9
autocephalous Orthodox churches 195
Avignon papacy 211–12
Azusa Street revival 337–9, 342
baptism 8, 112, 134–5, 147, 150, 178, 328, 496–8; see also sacraments
Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry 256, 321, 494, 540
Baptist ecclesiology 293–315
Baptist Union of Great Britain 299
Baptist World Alliance 293, 299
base/basic Christian Communities 384–5, 622
Basel, Council of (1431–7) 199, 213, 215
Beguines 209–10
belief 103–5; see also creed, creeds
Bible, Scripture 4, 8–9, 33–160, 321, 450–1, 509–10, 532–4; see also Word of God
Black Death 205
Black theology 575
body of Christ, Mystical Body 6, 276, 421–4, 449–53, 459, 470, 492, 513, 547–8; see also images of the church
Bolshevism 196
Cambridge Camden Society 3
canon (biblical), canonical criticism 36–37, 53
canon law see law
Canterbury, See of, Cathedral 202, 254
Catholic Action 383–4
catholicity 191–2, 324, 494–5
Chalcedon, Council of (AD 451) 177–8, 472
charismatic movement/churches 335–57; see also Pentecostalism
Chaucer, Geoffrey 215
Chinese churches 342–3
Christology 15–16
church and state 194–6, 250–1, 307, 310, 409, 502
church as sacrament 278, 329, 435–8, 446, 493
churchless Christianity 599–601
colonialism 578–82, 626
communion ecclesiology (koinōnia, communio) 14, 90–1, 254, 278–9, 284, 396–8, 409–29, 454–7, 467–86, 569–70
(p. 646) communion of saints, sanctorum communio 3, 191–2, 555–6
Conciliar Movement, conciliarity, conciliarists, synodality 6–7, 199, 212–14, 258, 265–6, 479–83
Concordat of Worms 201
connexionalism 322–3
Constance, Council of (1414–18) 199, 212–13, 265
Constantinople (city) 177, 195, 199, 215
Constantinople, Council of (AD 381) 190
contingency 8–10
Councils (general) 6, 193, 248; see also Councils by name and date
covenant 293–7
creation 484
creed, creeds 5, 11, 22–3, 177, 183, 190–1, 248, 323, 443, 492
Critical Theory 17; see also Frankfurt School
Dead Sea Scrolls 95
development (of doctrine) 8, 21, 566
diaconate 327
dialogue 442
discipline (excommunication) 232–3, 294, 308
division, disunity, schism 22–4
doctrine 510–12
Donation of Constantine 178
Donatism 175–6, 628
Dort, Synod of 242
Eastern Orthodox Churches 5, 183–98, 213–14, 240, 254, 256, 273, 419, 460–1, 467–8
Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network 11
Ecclesiology (journal) 11
Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT) 575, 596
ecumenism, Ecumenical Movement 2, 13–16, 22–4, 399–400, 419, 493–4, 595–6;see also unity, World Council of Churches (WCC)
Edinburgh International Missionary Conference (1910) 2
ekklēsia, ecclēsia 2–3, 33, 55–7, 70, 87–8, 100, 125–7, 147, 453, 493, 533–4
Elvira, Council of (early 4th century AD) 171
Enlightenment 557
episcopacy see ministry
eschatology, eschaton 23–4, 67, 72–3, 80–2, 83–6, 472–3, 597–8
ethics, morals 148–9
ethnography 18–19, 565, 633
Eucharist, Holy Communion, Last Supper, Lord’s Supper 8, 22, 24, 48, 68–9, 90, 112, 135–6, 147, 156–7, 174, 190–1, 248, 278–9, 298, 327–8, 409–29, 421–4, 452–3, 493–4, 496–8, 537–8, 543, 606–7
Eucharistic Ecclesiology 196, 278–9, 329, 421–4, 450–64, 468
evangelization, evangelism 13
Faith and Order, faith and order 2, 4, 14
Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) 595–6
feminist ecclesiology/theology 15–16, 527–51, 576
Florence, Council of (1437–9) 195, 213–14
foundation of the church 19–21, 93–5
Frankfurt School 17
Free Church 310–11
friars, orders of 204–5
Gallicanism 265, 268
gender 527–51
Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) 634
globalisation 557, 573
glossolalia 86, 341, 345–6, 602
gospel see Word of God
grace 431–48
Great Schism (between East and West, 1054) 199–200, 480
Great Schism (of the West, 1378–1417) 6, 212–14, 460
Gregorian Reform 199
Hampton Court Conference 244
Hermas, Shepherd of 164–5, 184–5
HIV/AIDS 623
(p. 647) holiness of the Church 191–2, 438–9, 494–5
household, housechurches 120–141, 344
identity 3–4, 7, 9, 15, 99, 103–5
ideology 12, 553–72
inculturation 557, 576, 578, 588–9, 598–9, 624, 630–3
Independents 293, 310
indigenous Asian churches 601–3
infallibility 282
institutions 19–20, 130–1, 266, 441, 471, 584–5, 600, 616, 625
International Theological Commission 587–8
investiture controversy 201–2
Jews, Judaism, ancient Israel 33–53, 66, 79, 100, 148, 349–50, 369, 453, 500
Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification 329, 463, 494
Keswick Convention 609–10
Kingdom/Reign of God 19–20, 59–67, 71–2, 79–80, 83–91, 478, 484, 488–90, 493, 589
Lambeth Conference 240, 252, 254
Lateran, Fourth Council of (1215) 203
Lateran, Fifth Council of (1512–17) 214
Latin America 573–93
law, canon law 206, 247, 375
lay presidency (at the Eucharist) 327
leadership see ministry
Liberation(ist) Theology 573–93
liturgy see worship
local and universal church 24–5, 467–86, 605–10, 621
Lyons, Council of (1245) 204
magisterium 284, 630
Magna Carta 203, 252
Marxism 588
meeting(s) 136–41
Meissen Agreement 243
Methodist ecclesiology 317–34
middle way (via media) 249
ministry (bishops, priests, deacons, elders, pastors) 8, 88–9, 131–4, 147, 150, 153, 163–4, 167–8, 194–5, 217–36, 255–6, 300–1, 325–8, 331–2, 339–41, 376–7, 398–9, 476, 498–9, 530, 540, 556
minjung theology 596–7
mission, missiology 3–4, 13, 91–2, 101–3, 284, 331, 378–9, 443–5, 493–4, 626, 632
Modernism (Roman Catholic) 271–2, 276, 280, 412, 432
monasticism, monasteries, religious life 246, 248
mystery 5, 281–2, 414, 418, 432–3, 493
Nazism (National Socialism) 274, 411
Nicaea, Council of (AD 325), Creed of 177
No-Church movement 600–1
Non-Jurors 257
nouvelle théologie 273–6, 386, 412–13
Orthodox Churches see Eastern Orthodox Churches
Oxford Movement, Tractarian/s/ism 247–8, 257, 326
papacy 6, 202, 211–12, 218, 225, 257, 271, 455–7, 477–83; see also Rome
paradigm shifts 556–7
Pastoral Theology 17
patriarchates 194–5
patriarchy 531
Pauline churches 119–46
Pentecostalism, Pentecostal ecclesiology, Pentecostal churches 13, 335–57, 588–9, 596–7, 610–11, 631–2
(p. 648) People of God 277, 569; see also images of the church
periti, peritus 280–1, 416–17, 449
persecution 90, 150–1, 168–9, 171
personhood, personalism 470–1
Pisa, Council of (1511) 214
Platonism 9
pluralism 546
polity, governance 130–4, 244, 257, 321, 339–41; see also ministry
Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity 14
poor, oppressed 573–93, 635–6
Porvoo Agreement 243
power 10
practice, practical ecclesiology 17–19, 444
praxis 573–93
Prayer Book(s) (Book of Common Prayer, 1662) 245, 256, 318, 328
predestination, election 232, 499–500
Presbyterianism 244, 257, 310
priesthood of all believers see royal priesthood
primacy 479–83
psychoanalysis 545
Puritanism 243–5, 293, 299, 309–10, 324, 328
Quakerism 600
Radical Orthodoxy 2
Radical Reformation 25, 225–6; see also Anabaptists
Receptive Ecumenism 14–15
reform, renewal 10–11, 217–36, 253, 282, 352–3, 400–2
Reformation, Reformers 6–7, 151, 217–36, 241–2, 250, 257, 264–5, 307, 376, 442, 460, 499, 502, 554, 557, 569
regula fidei (rule of faith) 463
religions, Asian 595–614
Renaissance 214, 246
renewal (movements) 272–3
ressourcement 273–6, 280, 285, 383–7, 412–13, 629
revelation 432–3, 451
ritual(s) 134, 248
Roman Catholic Church 2, 7, 75, 241, 245, 256–7, 263–92, 297, 363–4, 383–465, 467–8, 554, 573–93, 610–11, 615–38; see also papacy
Rome, See of, city of 163–76, 177, 199, 202, 214–15
royal priesthood (priesthood of all believers) 151–2, 222–4, 326, 380
saints 192
Sardica (Serdica), Eastern Council of (AD 343) 176
Scripture see Bible
secularisation 378, 409, 546
sensus fidelium, consensus fidelium, sensus fidei 269, 276, 282–4, 330, 630
Separatists (English) 293–315
sexuality, homosexuality 254–5, 597
sin in/of the church 9, 21–2, 438–9, 472–3
slavery 579
social science 12, 121–3, 553–72, 617–18
societas perfecta 267, 270, 277, 279, 629
Society of St Pius X 419
Sociology of Knowledge 17
St Hilda Community 542–3
symbol(ism) 434–5
Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) 621–2
Synod of Bishops 283, 397, 462–3
Thirty-nine Articles of Religion 246, 249, 318
Three Self Patriotic Movement 342, 604
toleration 311
Tractarian/s/ism see Oxford Movement
tradition 461–2
Trent, Council of (1545–63) 199, 246, 248, 264–8, 280, 397, 432
Trinity 341, 469–70, 490–1
ultramontanism 268, 270
United Methodist Church 321–2, 326, 332
universities 206–8
Vatican I (First Vatican Council, 1869–70) 199, 267–8, 270–1, 276, 432
Vatican II (Second Vatican Council, 1962–5) 2, 7, 11–12, 19, 151, 199, 240, 267, 273–4, 279–85, 322, 379, 383–407, 409–29, 432–48, 449–65, 615–38
Vienne, Council of (1311) 210
vocation 26, 61, 320
Windsor Report, The 255, 516
witness 115–16
Word of God, preaching, proclamation 64, 80–3, 89, 217–36, 318–19, 321, 456, 463, 492, 508–10; see also Bible, Scripture
World Council of Churches (WCC) 2, 14, 372, 529, 539–40; see also ecumenism, Ecumenical Movement, unity
World Methodist Council 321–2, 329