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  • Page extent: 236 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.52 kg

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  • Dewey number: 820.9/38241
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: PR428.C48 C44 2004
  • LC Subject headings:
    • English literature--Early modern, 10-1700--History and criticism
    • Christian ethics in literature
    • English literature--Protestant authors--History and criticism
    • Religion and literature--England--History--16th century
    • Religion and literature--England--History--17th century

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521838078 | ISBN-10: 052183807X)




Index




agape (divine love): 3, 11; and neighbor-love, 147; Richard Sibbes on, 114, 135; see also caritas

Allison, C. F., 218

Ames, William, 1, 6–7, 37, 127, 198, 199, 203, 213, 217; on two kingdoms doctrine, 153

Andrewes, Lancelot, 1, 97–105, 198, 210; and divine law, 102; and fear of God, 1, 100–1; and imitatio Christi, 100; and sacramentalism, 98

Anscombe, G. E. M., 12, 199

Aquinas, Saint Thomas, 30, 208, 209; on natural law, 86–7, 88

Arieti, Silvano, 220

Aristotle, 4, 201, 205, 206; on hexis (habituation), 4–5, 47; on incontinence, 48–9, 52–3, 64–6, 198; on moral virtue, 4; Nicomachean Ethics, 4, 19; on pity, 53; on prudence (practical wisdom), 56; Rhetoric, 53; on shame, 19–21, 54–6; and summum bonum, 67–8

Arminius, Jacobus, 79, 207, 208

Atkinson, Nigel, 199, 208

Augustine, Saint, 3, 18, 198, 202, 204, 208, 213; on caritas, 137; on Edenic perfection, 165, 175; on habitual sin, 126; on incontinence, 84; on nature of evil, 45; on personal assurance, 33, 194

Babington, Gervase, 73, 206

Balvanes, Henry, 206

Bangs, Carl, 208

Barbour, Reid, 14, 154, 200, 216, 217

Barnes, Robert, 29

Barth, Karl, 152, 217

Baxter, Richard, 109, 218

Baylor, Michael G., 203, 204

Belfiore, Elizabeth S., 205

Bellarmine, Robert, 118

Benedict, Ruth, 17, 200

Berger, Harry, 50–1, 204

Bergvall, Åke, 199, 201, 203

Beza, Theodore, 31, 203

Bible: and Abraham, 182–4; 2 Corinthians 8:21, 71–2; Exodus 14:15, 73; Exodus 4:3, 73; Galatians 103; Hebrews 12:2, 25–6, 97; Isaiah 10:5, 73; Luke 12:37, 140; Luke 19:7, 140; Philippians 2:12, 74; Psalms 26–8; Psalm 51, 144

Bifield, Nicholas, 203

Bornkmann, Heinrich, 4, 217

Boyle, Joseph, 88, 89–91, 209

Bradford, John, 30, 202

Bradley, Denis J. M., 205, 209

Breen, Ralph, 214

Broadie, Sarah, 206

Brown, John, 117, 212

Brown, William P., 211

Burgersdyck, Franco, 203

Burgess, Cornelius, 76, 207

Cairns, Douglas L., 201

Calvin, John, 6, 201, 202, 205, 207, 216, 220; on Abraham, 183; on fear of God, 74; on justification, 58; on law, 73; on Luke 19:7 (Zacchaeus), 141; on sanctification, 58

Campbell, Barth, 201

Carey, John, 214

Caritas (love), 4, 135, 147

Cartwright, William, 78

Case, John, 129, 133, 214

Case, William, 117, 140, 212, 214

Cefalu, Paul, 213

Charron, Pierre, 130, 214

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, 202

Clarke, Samuel, 88, 91–2

Clebsch, William, 29

Collinson, Patrick, 207

conscience: and habituation, 108; Martin Luther on, 39; William Perkins on, 107–10; and synteresis, 40; in Sidney’s Arcadia (Gynecia), 40; John Woolton on, 40

Coolidge, John, 109

covenant of grace (Puritanism), 105–14

Crakanthorpe, Richard, 121, 213

Crashaw, Richard, 155

Cullen, Patrick, 76, 207

Danielson, Dennis, 165, 219

Darwall, Stephen, 209

DeMornay, Philip, 34–5, 203

DeMoss, W. F., 204

DeSilva, David Arthur, 18, 201, 202

Deutelmoser, Arno, 217

Dewey, Arthur, J., 201

Dihl, Albrecht, 84, 208

Dillenberger, John, 215, 217

divine law; Lancelot Andrewes on, 102; and sanctification, 61

Dodds, E. R., 200

Donne, John, 4, 115–33, 214; on Abraham, 183; and Augustine, 126; and Catholicism, 118; and death, 121–5; Devotions, 131–2; on fear, 10, 116; Holy Sonnets: 129; ‘Oh, to vex me,’ 125–8; ‘This is my play’s last scene,’ 122; ‘Thou hast made me,’ 120; Letter to the Lady Carey, 129; ‘Obsequies to the Lord Harrington,’; personal assurance, 33, 194

Du Moulin, Peter, 139, 215

Edwards, Jonathan, 3, 198

Evans, John, 144, 216

fear of God: Lancelot Andrewes on, 1, 100–1; John Calvin on, 74–5; John Donne on, 116, 117; and divine punishment, 1; filial versus servile, 10, 117; Martin Luther on, 103; and shame in Sidney’s Arcadia, 19–21

Finnis, John, 208

Fish, Stanley, 140, 143, 158, 215, 216, 217

Forel, George, 137, 198, 215

Frankenberry, Nancy, K., 200

Freud, Sigmund, 76

Frith, John, 29

Frostin, Per, 217

Geertz, Clifford, 12–13, 199

Gibbs, Lee, 93, 209

Gless, Daryl, 49, 63–4, 206

Gold, Moshe, 199

good works: and Catholicism, 118; and early English Reformers, 29–30; and justification, 61; and law, 62; and Luke 19:7 (Zacchaeus), 140; and neighbor-love, 135; and prayer, 95; and sanctification, 61; and two kingdoms doctrine, 149–56; and virtue (Andrewes), 100–1

grace: and death of sin (Donne); and Guyon (The Faerie Queene); and infusion of virtue, 60; and new covenant, 121–2

Grant, Patrick, 212

Greenberg, Jay, R., 221

Greenblatt, Stephen, 190–1, 200, 202, 203, 207, 220

Greene, Robert A., 203

Greenham, Richard, 32, 203

Grislis, Egil, 92, 209

guilt, 17–18; and conscience (Arcadia), 35–43; compared to shame, 23–4, 36–45

Hacking, Ian, 163

Hall, Joseph, 127, 213

Hardie, W. F. R., 52, 205

Hauerwas, Stanley, 198

Heale, Elizabeth, 56, 205

Heerebord, Adrian, 203

Herbert, George, 6, 10, 217; The Temple: ‘The Church-porch,’ 149; ‘Divinity,’ 148–9, 155; ‘Love (III)’; ‘Love Unknown,’ 143–6; ‘Unkindness,’ 146–7

Hillerdal, Gunnar, 85, 86, 96, 208, 210

Holbrook, Clyde A., 198

Hooker, Richard, 3, 6, 9, 19, 79, 81–97, 208, 209, 210, 220; Nigel Atkinson on, 81; and incontinence, 84–5; and instrumental virtue, 187; and justification, 94; W. Torrance Kirby on, 81; and moral psychology, 82–5; and natural law, 9, 86–93; and Psalms, 95; and sanctification, 82, 93; and two kingdoms doctrine, 81

Hoopes, Robert, 51, 204

Hume, Anthea, 49, 51, 57–8, 62–3, 204, 205, 206

Hume, David, 209

Imbrie, Ann E., 207

Irenaeus of Lyons, 166

Jackson, Timothy, 215

James, William, 217

Jewett, Robert, 200

Joachim, H. H., 206

justification, 2, 13; Calvin on, 58; and Catholicism, 118; Hooker on, 94; Luther on, 58; See also sanctification

Kaske, Carol, 74, 207

Keckermann, Bartholomaeus, 203

Keeble, N. H., 217, 218

Keenan, James F., 208

Kendall, R. D., 30, 202

Kent, Bonnie, 208

Kirby, W. Torrance, 199, 208

Kitchin, G. W., 73

Knight, Janice, 109, 211, 212

Kohlberg, Lawrence, 192, 220

Kraut, Richard, 206

Kuschel, Karl-Josef, 183, 220

Lage, Dietmar, 210

Lake, Peter, 77, 95, 140, 207, 220

Langston, Douglas, C., 203

Larter, R. R., 205

latitudinarianism, 4, 157

Lewalski, Barbara, 120, 122, 168–70, 186, 213, 219, 220

Lewis, C. S., 180, 219

Lewis, Jeremiah, 117, 206, 212

Loe, William, 126, 128, 213

love: as agape, 3, 11; as caritas, 4, 135; George Herbert on, 140–9; Martin Luther on, 136–9; neighbor-love, 135; Richard Sibbes on, 114, 118

Luther, Martin, 6, 202, 203, 211, 215, 221; and William Ames, 37; on Augustine, 31–2; on fear of God, 103; and imitatio Christi, 100–1; on love of God, 136–9; on personal assurance, 31–2; on sanctification, 58; on two kingdoms doctrine, 37, 151

Malcolmson, Cristina, 144, 199, 216

Malina, Bruce J., 200

Mallete, Richard, 207

Martin, Marty, E., 217

Martz, Louis, 145, 185, 216, 220

McCoy, Richard, C., 201

McGinn, Colin, 7, 199

McGrath, Alister, E., 209, 212

McKim, Donald K., 206

Meilaender, Gilbert, 6, 199

Meissner, W. W., 194, 220

Melanchthon, Philip, 6, 36–43, 129, 202, 203, 214

Merrill, Thomas, 198

Mesnard, Jean, 163, 218

Miller, Lewis H., Jr., 204

Miller, Perry, 211

Milton, John: on Abraham, 182–4; on custom, 166; De Doctrina Christiana; The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce; moral pragmatism, 11, 165–88; Of Reformation, 167; Paradise Lost, 4, 11; The Reason of Church-government, 168

Mitchell, Stephen A., 221

moral pragmatism, 11; and latitudinarianism, 11; and John Milton, 165–88; and Blaise Pascal, 162–4

Munz, Peter, 208

Myrick, Kenneth, 201

natural law, 9, 24–5; Saint Thomas Aquinas on, 86–7, 88; Richard Hooker on, 86–93; and synteresis, 88, 91–2

neighbor-love, 135; See also good works

New Historicism, 12, 13, 16

Nussbaum, Martha, 112, 212

Nygren, Anders, 135, 136, 215

object relations theory, 112, 193–6

Oden, Thomas C., 200

Ortner, Sherry, B., 199

Outka, Gene, 215

Padelford, F. M., 75, 206

Pascal, Blaise, 2, 162–4, 218; and latitudinarianism, 163

Patrides, C. A., 158

Penner, Hans, H., 200

Perkins, William, 198, 211, 213, 216, 217; on conscience, 107–10; on covenant of grace, 105–6; on habitual sin, 127; and reflex act, 31, 106; on two kingdoms doctrine, 150, 152

personal assurance, 8; Calvin on, 30–1; Donne on, 33, 194; early English Reformers on, 30–3

Piscator, John, 118, 213

Plato, 208

Potts, Timothy, 203

Prescott, Anne Lake, 202, 218

Preston, John, 58–9, 60, 62, 97, 117, 121, 122, 124–5, 126, 205, 206, 212, 213

prudential ethics, 3; and Lancelot Andrewes, 100–1; and Richard Hooker, 88, 89–91; and William Perkins, 108; and self-interest, 3

Rawls, John, 219

Reedy, Gerard, 218

Ricouer, Paul, 17

Rivers, Isabel, 161, 218

Rizzuto, Anna, 194, 220

Rogers, John, 139, 215

Ross, W. D., 198

Rumrich, John, 165, 217, 219

sacrifice, 144–5

sanctification (regeneration): 2–3, 13, 62; Calvin on, 58; and Catholicism, 118; and early English Reformers, 29–30; and fear of God, 117; and grace, 49, 74; and Guyon (The Faerie Queene), 49; Hooker on, 82, 93; Luther on, 58; and neighbor-love, 135; John Preston on, 58–9, 60; William Perkins on, 106; and practical ethics, 78–81; Richard Sibbes on, 112; Thomas Taylor on, 59; Thomas Tuke on, 59; See also justification

Sasek, Lawrence, 184

Schiffhorst, Gerald J., 219

Schoenfeldt, Michael C., 135, 190, 216, 220

Scodel, Joshua, 14, 200

Secor, Philip, B., 209

self-interest, 3; relation to benevolence, 196–7; and rational choice (Paradise Lost), 175–80; compared to reasonableness, 164; see also prudential ethics

Shaftesbury, Anthony, 2, 198

shame, 17–18; in Arcadia, 18–29; and early English Reformers, 29–30; compared to guilt, 23–4, 36–45; and religion, 25–7

Shepard, Thomas, 193, 220

Sherman, Nancy, 205

Shuger, Debora, 15–16, 120, 191, 199, 200, 209, 211, 216; on Lancelot Andrewes, 104; on George Herbert, 150–1; on Richard Hooker, 85

Sibbes, Richard, 10, 104, 212; as compared to William Ames and William Perkins, 112; and divine love, 112–14; and divine seal, 111; and habituation to virtue, 111; and sanctification, 112

Sibley, W. B., 219

Sidney, Sir Philip, 6, 201, 204; on conscience, 40; Countess of Pembroke’s Arcadia, 7, 8, 18, 45; Defense of Poesy, 29–32, 46; on shame, 18–29

Silberman, Lauren, 204

Sinfield, Alan, 201, 202, 204

Sirluck, Ernest, 56–7, 64, 204, 205, 206

Smith, Henry, 57, 205

soteriology, defined, 2

source of normativity, 9–10

South, Robert, 162, 187, 218, 220

Spenser, Edmund: The Faerie Queene, Book II, 7, 8, 14, 47–76, 204, 205; and habituation to virtue (Guyon), 68–70; and incontinence (Guyon), 68–70

Stachniewski, John, 115, 212

Stein, Arnold, 215

Stoever, William K. B.

Stoughton, Thomas, 144

Strauss, Gerald, 5, 198

Strier, Richard, 115, 123, 140, 143, 147, 168, 212, 213, 216, 219

Struever, Nancy, 130, 214

Taylor, Charles, 170, 199, 211, 219

Taylor, Gabrielle, 201

Taylor, Jeremy, 1, 12, 127, 176, 198, 213, 218, 219; and Blaise Pascal, 164

Taylor, Thomas, 59, 60, 206

Thielicke, Helmut, 152, 199, 217

Tillotson, John, 161, 218

Travers, Walter, 93

Trueman, Carl, R., 29, 202

Tuke, Thomas, 59, 124, 206, 213

Tuve, Rosemond, 134, 205, 214, 215

two kingdoms doctrine, 6–7, 37; and George Herbert, 149–56; Richard Hooker on, 81; Martin Luther on, 37, 151; William Perkins on, 150, 152

Tyacke, Nicholas, 77, 207

Tydale, William, 29

Upton, John, 56, 73

Valla, Lorenzo, 130, 214

Van Leeuwen, Henry, 164, 218

virtue: and fear (Donne), 127–30; and habituation, 111; and latitudinarianism, 158–62; and mercenary conduct, 3, 22; and passion, 128; and sanctions, 1, 88, 89–91, 108; and self-interest, 3; theological virtues (Hooker), 94–5

Waldock, A. J. A., 219

Walsh, James Jerome, 206

Weatherby, Harold, L., 207

Weiner, Andrew, 19, 201, 203

Wendel, Francois, 199

Whately, William, 183, 219

White, Thomas, 57, 205

Whitgift, John, 78

Willet, Andrew, 73, 206

Williams, Arnold, 220

Williamson, George, 219

Wimberly, Edward P., 200

Winnicott, D. W., 195, 221

Woodhouse, A. S. P., 47, 49, 50, 76, 204

Woolton, John, 204

Worden, Blair, 19, 201

Wright, Thomas, 129, 214


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