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P (Priestly writer): 5, 187, 262-270

desert narrative of: 12, 262

Pacca, Bartolommeo: 4, 122, 123; 8, 296

Paccanari, Nicolo: 8, 296

Paccanarists: 8, 296

Pace, Richard: 8, 296

Pacher, Michael: 10, 313

Pachomius: 1, 344, 345; 7, 463; 8, 297

Pachomius Rhusanus: 8, 297

Pacianus: 8, 298

Pacific, Church Divinity School of the: 11, 386

Islands: 11, 14-20

Theological Seminary: 11, 353

Unitarian School for the Ministry: 11, 391

Pacification, Edicts of: 8, 298

Pactum Ludovicianum: 8, 334, 365

Padan-Aram: 1, 254, 255

Paddock, Robert L.: 8, 298

Paderborn, Bishopric of: 8, 298

Padi of Ekron: 5, 272

Padmapani: 6, 401

Padmasambhava: 6, 400

Pædobaptism: 1, 450

Paganism: 3, 251, 252, 298, 299, 436; 5, 46, 178-180, 357; 11, 326, 327

cosmogonies of: 3, 298

Page, Harlan: 8, 299

Paget, Francis: 8, 299

Pagi, Antoine: 8, 299

Pahlavi language: 12, 525

Pain: 11, 130, 131

Paine, Levi L.: 3, 55, 58; 8, 299; 11, 351

Thomas: 8, 299, 300

Timothy O.: 8, 300

Painting, Decorative: 1, 141; 2, 492; 8, 301-306

Pajon, Claude: 8, 306

Palæstina prima: 8, 318

secunda: 8, 318

Palaiosphyra: 1, 143

Palamas, Gregorius: 5, 256; 8, 307

Palatinate, Reformation in: 5, 204

Paleario, Aonio: 8, 307

Paleography: 2, 95; 10, 173; 12, 446-450

Palestine: 1, 148; 2, 374-376; 3, 122, 170, 171; 4, 419-421, 436; 6, 246-252; 8, 99-100, 308-319, 454-455; 9, 15-17, 35-38; 10, 185-191; 11, 228-237; 12, 275-276

agricultural colonies in: 12, 518

Babylonian influence on: 1, 147, 175, 261, 262, 408

burial in: 2, 484

census in: 2, 495

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Palestine, cities in: 3, 122; 4, 420, 436; 6, 247-252; 8, 99-100, 454, 455; 9, 15-17, 35-38; 10, 185-187

climate of: 8, 315

colonization of: 12, 517

earthquake zones in: 8, 315

educational work in: 12, 518

and Egypt: 1, 147-149; 4, 89, 90, 93

Exploration Fund: 8, 319

fauna of: 8, 317

flora of: 8, 317

Greek Church in: 11, 232

Greek influence in: 5, 247

harvest in: 1, 94

Hellenism in: 5, 210-211

hot springs in: 8, 316

hygienic conditions in: 3, 445

minerals in: 7, 330; 8, 315

plowing in: 1, 93

political divisions of: 8, 318

rain in: 8, 315

roads of: 8, 317

seed-time in: 1, 93

slime-pits in: 8, 315

soil of: 8, 315

threshing in: 1, 94

water in: 1, 93; 12, 275

Palestinian monasticism: 7, 463, 464

Talmud: 11, 257-259

Palestrina, Giovanni P. da: 8, 320; 10, 158

Paley, William: 5, 8; 8, 320, 321

Palimpsest: 2, 100; 8, 321

Palingenesia: 9, 440

Palla calicis: 8, 350

corporalis: 8, 350

dominicalis: 8, 350

Pallacino, Uberto: 10, 137

Palladius: 7, 463; 8, 322

the Deacon: 2, 469-471; 7, 463

Palladius, Peter: 9, 166

Pallavicino (Pallavicini), Sforza: 8, 323

Pallium: 1, 87; 8, 323; 12, 171

Pallotti, Vincenzo: 8, 323

Pallottinians: 8, 323

Palm, Johannes H. van der: 8, 324; 9, 180

Palm Sunday: 5, 334

tree: 4, 405; 5, 87

Palma Vecchio: 8, 304

Palma-Cayet: 4, 22

Palmer, Benjamin M.: 8, 324

Christian D. F.: 8, 324

Edward H.: 8, 325

Edwin: 8, 325

Herbert: 8, 325

Ray: 8, 326

Roundell: 10, 338

Palmyra: 11, 251

Paltz, Johann J. von: 8, 326; 9, 164

Pamfili, G. B.: 5, 506

Pamphilus: 4, 209; 8, 326

Pamphylia: 1, 317

Pan-Anglican synod: 6, 403

Panagia: 8, 327

Panama: 2, 496; 8, 327

Panammu inscription: 12, 448

Panegyricon: 8, 327

Panentheism: 9, 467

Panis Literæ: 8,327

Pank, O.: 9, 178

Pannornia: 2, 384

Panormitanus: 8, 327

Pantænus: 1, 124; 8, 328

Pantaleon, saint: 5, 216

Pantaleon, Jacques: 12, 105

Pantheism: 1, 146, 346, 347; 2, 248, 249; 3, 20, 58, 301, 363; 4, 381; 5, 5; 7, 14; 8, 328-332; 9, 120, 463, 468; 10, 88

Schelling's: 8, 330

scholastic: 8, 331

Papacy: 9, 126-133; 10, 331. See also Pope

and episcopate: 4, 425

and Philip II.: 9, 21, 22

and temporal power: 3, 106

Wyclif and: 12, 458-459, 464

Papal archives: 1, 273

authority: 1, 249; 2, 222, 226; 3, 106, 282, 317, 441; 4, 157; 6, 323-329; 8, 161; 9, 112; 10, 329

bulls: 2, 268. See especially Bull

censure of Augustinianism: 1, 423

councils: 3, 282

election: 5, 66; 9, 129

infallibility: 2, 373; 4, 31; 5, 489-490; 9, 247, 450; 10, 71, 74; 12, 61, 148-153, 154

legates and nuncios: 6, 440

mass: 7, 240

months: 7, 310

reservation: 9, 493

secretary of state: 3, 324

States: 3, 14, 132, 136; 4, 310; 5, 55, 498, 505; 6, 263; 7, 19, 251; 8, 163, 332-335; 9, 81, 83; 10, 331, 446, 447; 11, 81; 12, 107

supremacy: 3, 14, 82; 4, 122; 5, 55, 60-63, 496; 8, 161, 397; 9, 127, 256; 12, 60

system: 3, 82; 9, 126-133

Papareschi, Gregorio de': 5, 497

Papebroch (Papenbroek), Daniel: 8, 335

Paphnutius: 8, 336

Papias: 5, 28, 31; 6, 203, 205; 7, 183, 252; 8, 336-340

Pappus, Johann: 8, 340, 341; 11, 122

Papua, missions in: 11, 17

Papyrus, Papyri: 2, 100; 8, 341-344; 12, 446, 447

Para: 6, 250

Parables: 8, 83, 344-348

of Jesus Christ: 8, 344-348

Parabolanoi: 8, 348; 10, 467

Paraclete: 7, 486, 487. See also Holy Spirit

Paradise: 4, 74, 75; 8, 348, 349; 10, 306

Paraguay: 8, 349

missions in: 7, 411; 8, 349; 10, 78

Parakletike, Parakletikon: 8, 349

Paralipomena Jeremiæ: 9,341

Parallelism, Hebrew: 5, 190; 6, 187

Paramenta: 8, 350, 351

Paran: 8, 352; 12, 263

desert of: 8, 310; 12, 263

Parashah (Parashiyyoth): 2, 97; 8, 352; 11, 215

Parchment: 2, 100; 8, 457; 12, 447

Parentucelli, Tommaso: 8, 164

Paret, William: 8, 352

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Pareus, David: 8, 353; 11, 218

Parham, C. F.: 7, 389

Paris polyglot: 2, 168; 4, 417

synod of: 10, 261

university of: 1, 190; 10, 261; 11, 6, 334; 12, 98, 364

Parish: 1, 260; 8, 353-356, 377-379

and minister: 8, 377-379

and Pastor: 8, 353-356

poor-relief: 10, 479

priest: 8, 353-356

Parity: 8, 356

Park, Edwards A.: 8, 138, 139, 140, 357

Parker, Edward M.: 8, 357

Edwin P.: 8, 357

Joseph: 8, 357, 358; 9, 186

Matthew: 8, 358; 9, 367

Peter: 3, 33

Theodore: 8, 359, 360; 9, 187, 401; 12, 84

Parkhurst, Charles H.: 8, 361

Parks: 4, 429

Parmenianus: 3, 488

Parmenides: 8, 329

Parochial schools, Roman Catholic: 10, 83-85

Parousia: 3, 368; 4, 174, 175; 6, 93; 7, 374-378; 10, 321-325

Parris, Samuel: 12, 393

Parsees: 12, 533, 534

Parsimonius, Georgius: 6, 300

Parsons, James: 2, 116; 9, 185

Levi: 11, 233

Robert: 8, 361

Parthenos: 12, 206, 210

Partial inspiration: 6, 18

Particular (Calvinistic) Baptists: 1, 461-463

Particulars: 4, 27

Partridge: 5, 411

Partridge, Sidney C.: 8, 361

Parusia: 3, 368; 4, 174, 175; 6, 93; 7, 374-378; 10, 321-325

Parvaim: 8, 361

Parvus, Johannes: 6, 213

Pasagians (Pasagii): 8, 361

Pascal, Blaise: 1, 237, 238; 6, 97; 8, 362-365; 9, 263, 399

Jacqueline: 8, 362

Pascendi gregis: 11, 198, 199

Pascha: 4, 43, 44, 45

Paschal I., Pope: 8, 365

Paschal II.: 8, 365-367

Paschal III.: 8, 367

Paschal controversies: 4, 46, 47

lamb: 8, 369, 370

Paschasius Radbertus. See Radbertus

Pasqualis, Martinez de: 7, 216; 10, 172

Passageroi, Passagini: 8, 361

Passau, Bishopric of: 8, 368

treaty of: 1, 363; 3, 17; 7, 257; 9, 420

Passavant, William A.: 3, 378; 8, 368

Passerat, J. C.: 6, 489

Passion of John: 1, 228

play: 8, 213; 9, 476, 478

week: 5, 333-336

Passionists: 8, 368

Passover: 4, 287, 289; 8, 369-370; 11, 215

Passover, Christian. See Easter

Pastor: 8, 353-356

Æternus: 8, 370

and congregation: 8, 374, 375

Pastor, Adam: 7, 304; 8, 371; 10, 424, 427

Ludwig: 8, 371

Pastoral epistles: 8, 371, 412

letters: 8, 371, 412

Life, Hebrew: 8, 371-373

Theology: 8, 373-379; 9, 148

visits: 8, 377, 378

work: 8, 377-379

Pastoreaux: 8, 380

Pastorels: 8, 380

Pastorius, Frank: 7, 84

Patarenes: 8, 145, 162, 380, 381

Paten: 12, 168

Pater Noster. See Lord's Prayer

Paterini: 8, 145, 162, 380, 381

Paterson, James A.: 8, 381

John: 2, 89

William P.: 8, 381

Pathrusim: 11, 247

Patience: 8, 381

Patin: 11, 229

Paton, John B.: 8, 382

John G.: 8, 382; 11, 17

Lewis B.: 8, 383

Patriarch: 8, 383; 9, 255, 272

Patriarchate: 1, 259; 3, 255; 4, 51

Patriarchatus Alexandrinus Coptorum: 10, 77

Antiochenus Græco-Melchitarum: 10, 77

Antiochenus Syro-Maronitarum: 10, 77

Antiochenus Syrorum: 10, 77

Chaldæorum Babylonensis: 10, 77

Ciliciæ Armenorum: 10, 77

Patriarchs, Hebrew: 1, 14

Testament of the Three: 9, 339

Testament of the Twelve: 9, 339

Patriciani: 11, 212

Patricius of Rome: 11, 212

of Tagaste: 1, 365; 7, 472

Patrick, Saint: 2, 469-471; 8, 384

Patrick, John: 8, 385

Simon: 8, 385

Patrimonium: 8, 332, 333

Patripassianism: 1, 204; 3, 50; 7, 458-459

Patristic criticism: 2, 174

exegesis: 4, 244

scholia: 10, 270

teaching: 1, 436

Patristics, Patrology: 6, 394; 8, 385-389

Patroclus of Arles: 1, 287; 6, 449; 12, 535

Patrology: 8, 385-389

Patron saint, church: 3, 100

Patronage: 8, 354, 355, 389-392; 9, 439; 10, 299, 330, 429

of our Lady, feast of the: 7, 222

Reformation and: 8, 390

Patterson, Joseph: 10, 13

Robert M.: 8, 392

Patteson, John C.: 8, 392; 10, 347; 11, 18, 19

Pattison, Dorothy W.: 8, 392

Mark: 8, 393

Patton, Cornelius H.: 8, 393

Francis L.: 8, 393

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Paul I., Pope: 8, 393

Paul II.: 6, 242; 8, 394

Paul III.: 3, 260; 5, 448; 6, 67, 141, 144; 8, 335, 394, 395; 12, 431

Paul IV.: 2, 86; 3, 260; 6, 68, 147; 8, 396; 9, 109; 11, 314

Paul V.: 8, 397, 398; 10, 49

Paul of Antioch: 7, 478

the Apostle: 1, 486-487; 8, 398-413; 11, 449

on adoption: 1, 46

and agape: 1, 81

Apocalypse of: 1, 228

as apostle: 1, 239

and apostolic decree: 7, 63

ascension of: 1, 228

at Athens: 5, 49, 50

Brotherhood of St.: 7, 346

christology of: 3, 49, 50; 6, 150-151, 161-162; 7, 269; 12, 207

on church discipline: 3, 86

Congregation of Missionary Priests of Saint: 8, 415

on conscience: 3, 242

on cosmos: 12, 429

on creation: 12, 429

on the diaconate: 3, 370

and ecstasy: 11, 36, 37, 38

epistles of: 2, 394, 397; 4, 160; 8, 55, 404-413; 11, 449

eschatology of: 4, 174

on ethics and freedom: 1, 41-42

on faith: 4, 268

feast of St. Peter and St.: 8, 488

Felix and: 4, 294

on freedom of will: 12, 354

on future life: 5, 459

on gnōsis: 4, 497

on good works: 5, 20

gospel of: 8, 402

on grace: 5, 41

Hermits of Saint: 8, 416

at Jerusalem council: 1, 247

on the kingdom: 6, 334

on the law: 1, 196

on law and gospel: 6, 425

on life of Christ: 6, 150, 151, 161, 162

and local church: 8, 262

on Lord's Supper: 7, 228, 229

Luke and: 7, 61

Marcion on: 7, 173

on marriage: 7, 193

on the millennium: 7, 375

on the ministry: 3, 143

as missionary: 8, 401

as mystic: 8, 69

on prayer: 9, 154

on predestination: 9, 191, 192

on providence: 9, 307, 308

on resurrection: 9, 496

on righteousness: 6, 275

and Simon Magus: 10, 419

on sin: 10, 434, 435

on slavery: 10, 451

and Stephen: 11, 81

and Thecla, Acts of: 1, 228

and theology: 11, 394

theology of: 8, 402

Timothy and: 11, 449

Titus and: 11, 457

on wisdom: 12, 387

on wrath of God: 12, 442

writings of, genuineness of: 2, 9; 8, 404-413

the Black, of Antioch: 3, 345

of Constantinople: 7, 112, 482

of the Cross: 8, 368

the Deacon: 8, 416; 9, 161

the martyr: 8, 403, 404

the Persian: 11, 239, 240

of Samosata: 1, 201, 204, 230, 231; 7, 456; 11, 125; 12, 561

of Tella: 2, 129

of Thebes: 7, 462

Paula, Saint: 6, 126; 7, 463, 465; 8, 417

Pauli, Gregor: 9, 2

Paulicians: 2, 450; 7, 174, 457, 464; 8, 144, 417, 419

Paulinists: 9, 50

Paulinus of Antioch: 7, 288

of Aquileia: 1, 339; 8, 419

of Milan: 8, 440, 442

of Nola: 7, 465; 8, 419, 420; 9, 452

of Pella: 8, 420

of Périgeux: 8, 420

of York: 8, 421; 9, 181

Pontius M. A.: 8, 419, 420

Paulist Fathers: 5, 196; 6, 489; 8, 415

Paulites: 3, 345

Paulsen, Friedrich: 8, 421

Paulus diaconus: 8, 416; 9, 161

Paulus, Heinrich E. G.: 8, 421

Pauperes Catholici: 8, 422; 12, 242

Christi: 4, 338; 12, 241

spiritu: 12, 241

Pauperism: 10, 466-482

Pavels, Claus: 9, 173

Pavia, Synod of: 8, 422

Pavillon, Nicolas: 8, 422

Pax vobiscum: 6, 503

Paxillonasones: 11, 272

Payne, Charles H.: 8, 423

Daniel A.: 8, 423

John: 1, 72

Peter: 8, 423

Payne Smith, Robert: 8, 423

Payson, Edward: 8, 423; 11, 351

Pázmány, Peter: 4, 301; 8, 424, 425

Peabody, Andrew P.: 8, 425

Francis G.: 8, 425

Peace congresses: 8, 428-430

of Ghent: 9, 428

of God: 12, 27, 105

Movements: 8, 425-431

offering: 10, 165

of Prague: 12, 330, 331

Peacock in art: 11, 208

Peacocke, Joseph F.: 8, 431

Peada: 1, 180

Peake, Arthur S.: 8, 431

Pearse, M. G.: 9, 186

Pearson, Eliphalet: 8, 431; 11, 349, 350

John: 8, 431, 432

William L.: 8, 432

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Peasants, condition of, in Germany: 8, 433

Peasants' War: 2, 415; 3, 183; 5, 385; 6, 393; 8, 50, 432-435; 10, 226

Pecci, J. V.: 6, 455

Pecha, P. F.: 5, 275

Péchenard, Pierre L.: 8, 435

Peckham, John: 8, 435; 10, 263

Pecock, Reginald: 8, 435

Pectoral cross: 12, 171

Peculiar: 8, 436

Pedagogics, religious: 2, 177-178

Pedagogy: 4, 368

Pedersen, Christen: 2, 151

Pederson, Geble: 8, 195

Pedobaptism: 1, 450-453

Pedro II. of Spain: 12, 242

Pedro de Luna: 2, 42

Pehah: 5, 39; 8, 108

Pekah: 8, 436

Pekahiah: 8, 436

Pelagian Controversies: 8, 440-444; 10, 347

doctrine of sin: 10, 436

Pelagianism: 1, 90, 369, 370; 2, 469, 470, 478; 5, 465, 466; 7, 182; 8, 440-444; 9, 487; 10, 37, 263, 436; 12, 355, 356

Pelagius I., Pope: 8, 437

Pelagius II.: 3, 255; 8, 437

Pelagius (heresiarch): 8, 438-444; 9, 487; 10, 347; 12, 184, 185

Pelagius, Alvarus: 8, 444

Pelargus, Christoph: 10, 406

Pelayo, Alvar: 8, 444

Pelbart of Temesvar: 9, 164

Peleg: 11, 248

Pelethites: 3, 26; 9, 35, 36

Pella: 8, 455

Pellegrini, Fulvio: 3, 325; 8, 4

Pellikan, Konrad: 8, 223, 444

Peloubet, Francis N.: 8, 445

Pelt, Anton F. L.: 8, 445

Pen: 2, 100

Penal satisfaction: 10, 209

Penalties, ecclesiastical. See Discipline

Penance: 2, 438; 3, 221; 5, 485; 6, 325; 8, 200, 445-447, 448; 12, 313, 465

Pencz, Georg: 8, 304

Penda of Mercia: 1, 179, 180; 8, 421

Pendleton, William F.: 8, 143, 447

Penick, Charles C.: 8, 447

Peniel (Penuel): 9, 16

Penitential Books: 8, 448

Brethren of Brussels: 5, 376

of Jesus Christ: 10, 140

of Halitgar: 2, 384

Orders: 8, 448

Psalms: 8, 449

Penitentiaria, sacra: 11, 400

Penitentiary: 8, 449

Penitents: 8, 449

of Our Lady of Refuge: 12, 412

Penn, William: 4, 110, 394; 5, 481; 7, 84; 8, 426, 449-451

Pennefather, William: 3, 378

Penology: 2, 405-407. See also Prison Reform

Penry, John: 7, 191; 8, 451

Pentateuch: 2, 389; 5, 260-270; 10, 188

Pentateuch, Astruc on: 1, 336

Mosaic authorship of: 1, 336

Samaritan: 2, 130

Pentateuchal and Babylonian law: 5, 138

Pentecost: 3, 78; 4, 289; 8, 451-452; 10, 10; 11, 36, 37

the Hebrew: 4, 288; 8, 452; 11, 215

Pentecost, George F.: 8, 452; 10, 16

Pentecostal Church of the Nazarene: 8, 453

Pentin, Herbert: 8, 453

Peor: 6, 249

Pepin (Pippin): 2, 227; 3, 13, 14, 67; 7, 19; 8, 333, 393; 11, 81, 82

Pépin of Aquitaine: 1, 1

Pepper, George D. B.: 8, 453

Pepuza in Phrygia: 7, 486

Pepys, Samuel: 11, 469

Peræa: 8, 454, 455

Peratæ: 8, 243

Peraudi, Raymond: 5, 488

Percival, John: 8, 455

Percy, Thomas: 5, 98, 99

Perdiccas: 9, 355

Peregrinatio Silviæ: 5, 333, 334, 385

Peregrinus: 3, 374

of Lucian: 7, 54, 55

Proteus: 7, 55

Pereira de Figueiredo, Antonio: 8, 456

Pères. See Fathers

Pères du Saint Esprit: 5, 326

Peretti, Felice: 10, 446

Perez de Pineda, Juan: 11, 30

Perfection: 8, 456, 457

gospel of: 1, 227

Perfectionism: 8, 456, 457

Perfectionists: 3, 188; 8, 456, 457

Perfume: 8, 65, 82, 229

Pergamos: 1, 316; 8, 457

Pericope: 8, 458, 464

Periodeutæ: 8, 465

Peritrachelion: 12, 172

Peritz, Ismar J.: 8, 465

Perizzites: 2, 376

Perkins, Justin: 8, 465, 472

William: 2, 439; 8, 465

Permin, saint: 9, 72

Perowne, John J. S.: 8, 465

Perpetua, Saint: 8, 466

Acts of: 8, 466

Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: 8, 466; 9, 51; 12, 412, 413

Perquisites, priestly: 9, 251

Perrin, William W.: 8, 466

Perrinists: 6, 476

Perrone, Giovanni: 8, 466

Perry, George G.: 8, 467

William S.: 8, 467

Persecutions: 1, 162; 2, 29; 3, 331, 385, 433, 434, 484; 5, 111, 275; 6, 105-107; 7, 16, 17, 175, 259, 300; 8, 116, 117, 121, 178, 179, 467-469, 470; 9, 71; 10, 358, 359, 446; 12, 135, 241, 242, 245, 248, 249, 250, 512, 513

of Christians in the Roman Empire: 8, 467-469; 12, 135. See also Persecutions

of Manicheans: 7, 159

the ten: 8, 469

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Persecutions of Waldenses: 12, 241, 242, 245, 248, 249, 250

Persephone: 10, 197

Persepolis: 1, 323

Perseverance of the Saints: 8, 469

Persia: 7, 443

Missions in: 7, 443; 8, 470-474; 9, 239

Presbyterians in: 9, 239

Protestantism in: 8, 471, 472

Roman Catholics in: 8, 472

Persian Bible versions: 2, 150; 8, 472

influence--angels: 1, 175, 177, 318

magic: 7, 125

money: 7, 469

Persona: 4, 217

Persona, Gobelinus: 8, 474

Personality: 10, 88

in creation: 1, 33-34

of demons: 3, 399

of God: 5, 2-10; 9, 469

of Satan: 3, 416

Personne, John W.: 8, 474

Persons, Robert: 8, 361

Perth, Five Articles of: 8, 475

Peru: 8, 475

Perugino, Pietro: 8, 304

Pesah: 4, 43; 8, 369

Peshito: 2, 127-128; 11, 238

Pesikta: 7, 368

Pessimism: 8, 475

Pestalozzi, Johann H.: 8, 476

Pestilence: 3, 446

Petahil: 7, 147

Pétau, Denis: 8, 477

Petavius, Dionysius: 8, 477

Peter of Alcantara: 4, 360; 8, 477; 11, 412

of Alexandria: 8, 274, 478

of Altinum: 11, 212

the Apostle: 1, 227, 228, 247; 2, 394, 396; 3, 78, 139, 141; 7, 184; 8, 479-487; 9, 126

accession at Rome, feast of: 8, 488

Acts of: 8, 487

Advocates of St.: 1, 57

apocalypse of: 1, 228; 8, 55, 486

feast of the Antiochian accession of St.: 8, 488

feast of the chains of: 8, 488

feast of the finger of: 8, 488

Festivals of: 8, 488

Gospel of: 6, 162; 8, 484, 485

as head of the Church: 8, 259

memorial day of: 8, 488

and Paul, Acts of: 1, 228

and Paul, feast of: 8, 488

Preaching of: 8, 486

and Simon Magus: 10, 419

king of Aragon: 6, 2

of Aspelt: 1, 99

of Blois: 8, 488; 9, 182

of Bruys: 8, 489

of Celle: 8, 489

of Chelćic: 2, 213, 214

Comestor: 8, 489

Damian, Saint: 1, 115; 4, 324; 8, 490-492; 9, 162

the Deacon: 8, 492

of Dresden: 8, 492

the Fuller: 7, 475, 476; 12, 565

the Golden-Worded: 3, 71

the Great: 2, 152, 153

of Gundoldingen: 9, 5

the Hermit: 3, 316; 8, 492

the Iberian: 7, 474

of Lachâtre: 2, 63

Lombard: 1, 134; 6, 326; 7, 232; 8, 493-495; 11, 494

Martyr: 8, 495

Martyr Vermigli. See Vermigli

Mongus: 4, 293; 7, 475

of Monte Cassino: 8, 492

Nolasco, saint: 8, 187, 188

of Poitiers: 8, 495; 11, 494

of Sebaste: 8, 496

the Venerable: 1, 9; 3, 147; 8, 496, 497

Peter, Hugh: 8, 497

Margareta: 12, 351

Peterborough: 8, 497

Peterkin, George W.: 8, 497

Peters, George N. H.: 8, 497

Hugh: 8, 497

John P.: 8, 498

Madison C.: 8, 498

Norbert: 8, 498

Peter's Pence: 8, 498

Petersen, Fredrik: 8, 499

Johann W.: 1, 319; 8, 71, 499, 500

Petit, Jean: 4, 476

Petra: 4, 78; 10, 337

Petrarch: 5, 401

Petrasancta, Antonio: 1, 152

Petri, Lars: 2, 152; 5, 428; 9, 166, 422; 11, 178

Ludwig A.: 9, 1, 176

Olaus: 2, 152; 5, 428; 9, 166, 422; 11, 177-179

Petrie, William M. F.: 1, 147; 4, 92, 93, 95; 9, 1

Petrikau, synods of: 5, 375; 9, 2

Petrine literature, apocryphal: 8, 484-486

Petrobrusians: 8, 489, 496, 497

Petronax of Brescia: 7, 488

Petronius: 4, 421

Petrus de Dacia: 11, 176

Mongus: 4, 293; 7, 475

Hispanus: 6, 201

Peucer, Caspar: 9, 2

Pew: 9, 3

Pezel, Christoph: 9, 3

Pfaff, Christoph M.: 3, 160; 9, 4, 5, 63

Pfaffenbrief: 9, 5

Pfalz-Zweibruecken, Reformation in: 10, 281, 282

Pfander, Karl G.: 7, 443; 8, 471; 9, 5

Pfannschmidt, K. G.: 8, 305

Pfefferkorn, Johann: 9, 499, 500

Pfeffinger, Johann: 9, 6; 11, 224

Pfeiffer, Heinrich: 8, 49, 50

Pfeilschifter, Georg: 9, 6

Pfender, Charles L.: 9, 6

Pfleiderer, Otto: 9, 6, 468; 12, 21

Pflug, Julius von: 8, 86; 9, 7; 12, 432

Pfyffer, Ludwig: 3, 339

Phagius, Paulus: 4, 265

Phallicism: 4, 481; 6, 101; 12, 436

Pharan: 10, 441

Pharaoh: 4, 88

Pharisaic casuistry: 8, 208

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Pharisees: 5, 458, 459; 9, 8-13, 307, 331; 12, 498

Pharmakides, Theoklitos: 8, 226; 9, 13

Pharos: 9, 356

Pharpar: 11, 228

Phasaelis: 6, 252

Phelonion: 12, 172

Phelps, Austin: 9, 13

Phenicia: 1, 332; 3, 170, 299; 9, 14-20

and Assyria: 1, 329, 331

Phenicians: 9, 14-20

and Hebrews: 1, 95; 3, 170; 8, 89

religious cult of: 1, 391

Phenomena, ecclesiological: 4, 62

Phibionites: 8, 243

Philadelphia: 1, 155, 315

Divinity School of the P. E. Church in: 11, 386

Philadelphian society: 4, 272; 6, 434; 8, 71

Philanthropy: 3, 35; 4, 270, 271, 368, 405; 5, 380, 381; 6, 378; 7, 267; 8, 4, 39, 51, 173, 180, 214, 293-294, 392, 476; 9, 64, 415, 416; 10, 180-181, 385, 405, 466-478, 479, 480; 11, 54, 234, 236; 12, 252, 416-419

in America: 10, 475

in Great Britain: 10, 470-475

and humanism: 10, 469

Philaret: 2, 153; 9, 20

Philargi, Peter: 1, 117; 9, 73

Philaster (Philastrius): 9, 20

Phileas: 9, 21

Philemon: 8, 412

Philetærus: 8, 457

Philip I. of France: 5, 62

Philip IV. of France, the Fair: 2, 41, 224; 9, 22, 23, 439; 11, 291

Philip II, of Spain: 1, 250; 9, 21, 22, 422

Philip IV., of Spain: 3, 218

Philip V., of Spain: 3, 218

Philip Augustus, of France: 3, 316

Philip the Apostle: 9, 23

Acts of: 1, 228

Gospel of: 1, 227

the Arabian: 9, 24

the deacon: 3, 370

the Evangelist: 9, 24

the Fair: 2, 41, 224; 9, 22, 23, 439; 11, 291

of Gortyna: 9, 25

of Hesse: 5, 337; 7, 168, 280; 8, 44, 50; 9, 25-28; 11, 43, 44, 45, 309; 12, 398, 541

the Magnanimous. See Philip of Hesse

Neri, Saint: 8, 115

of Side: 9, 29

of Swabia: 5, 498, 499

the tetrarch: 9, 29

Philip, John: 1, 66

Philipicus: 6, 170

Bardanes: 3, 254

Philippi: 7, 111

Philippi, Friedrich A.: 9, 29

Jacobus: 9, 30

Philippians: 8, 410

Philippine Islands: 7, 399; 9, 30, 31

Philippists: 4, 342, 371; 6, 318; 7, 35, 134; 8, 60; 9, 32-34, 150; 10, 123, 249; 11, 101; 12, 68

Philippov, Daniel: 10, 123

Philipps, Ubbo: 12, 50

Philippus Solitarius: 9, 34

Philips, Dirk: 7, 307; 10, 426, 427

Obbe: 7, 306, 307; 12, 50

Philipzoon, Ubbe (Obbe): 12, 50. See also Philips

Philistines: 3, 26, 361, 362; 6, 254; 9, 34-38; 10, 192, 212

Phillips, Philip: 9, 38

Phillpotts, Henry: 9, 38

Philo of Alexandria: 2, 116, 117, 390; 3, 300; 8, 69; 9, 38-41, 462

on drunkenness: 11, 469

and ecstasy: 11, 38

on inspiration: 6, 13

Logos of: 7, 13

and the Therapeutæ: 11, 411

Byblius: 3, 342; 9, 42; 10, 196

of Carpasia: 9, 42

Philology: 4, 239

Philopatris: 9, 42

Philoponus, Johannes: 6, 196

Philosophy: 1, 283, 284, 417; 2, 16, 60, 209, 210, 220, 285, 370; 3, 203, 204, 286, 408-410, 424; 4, 308, 309, 422; 5, 52, 133, 161, 200, 201, 218, 302, 403, 404; 6, 80, 94, 294, 296, 443, 444; 7, 7, 46, 47, 141, 216, 244-246, 285; 9, 88, 91, 98, 447, 484; 10, 103, 104, 175, 231, 244, 259, 272, 326, 494, 495; 11, 40, 48, 49, 90; 12, 137, 225, 403-405, 453, 544

of common sense: 9, 447

and doctrine of God: 5, 4-7

and dogma: 3, 472

and Religion: 1, 415; 3, 298-301; 5, 200, 201

of religion: 9, 457, 461-473; 11, 396

and theology: 4, 125-128, 144

Philostorgius: 7, 54; 9, 43; 10, 494

Philoxenus: 2, 129; 7, 477; 9, 43, 44; 11, 239; 12, 565

Phocas, Saint: 2, 222, 223; 9, 44

Phœbadius: 7, 171; 9, 44

Phœbe: 3, 374, 376

Photinians: 9, 44

Photinus: 9, 44, 144

Photius: 1, 52; 4, 50; 6, 199; 8, 161; 9, 45-49

Phraortes: 7, 273

Phrygia: 9, 49

Phut: 11, 249

Phylacteries: 11, 300

Physicians: 3, 445

Physis: 12, 565

Pi-beseth: 9, 50

Piacenza, synod of: 12, 105

Piacular sacrifice: 3, 200

Piarists: 9, 50

Picards: 9, 50. See also Beghards

Piccolomini, Enea Silvio de': 9, 76

Pick, Bernard: 9, 50

Israel: 9, 50

Pickett, James: 9, 51

Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni: 1, 211; 8, 114; 9, 51, 196

Picpus, Congregation of: 9, 51

Pictet, Benedict: 9, 51

Pictures, Miraculous: 9, 52

Pie: 9, 52

Piedmont, Waldensians of: 12, 250

Pieper, Anton: 9, 52

Franz A. O.: 9, 52

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Pier Luigi: 8, 395

Pierce, C. S.: 9, 152

E. L.: 8, 102

Lovick: 7, 347, 349; 9, 52

Pierius: 9, 52

Pierleoni, Pietro: 1, 163; 2, 62; 5, 497

Pierozzi, Antonio: 1, 207

Pierson, Arthur T.: 9, 53

G.: 11, 16

Pietism: 2, 82, 257; 3, 104, 442; 4, 367, 390; 5, 117, 118, 303, 438; 6, 337; 368, 376-377; 7, 262; 9, 53-67, 134, 170, 299, 309, 442; 10, 91, 233, 321; 11, 32, 33; 12, 63

and cure of souls: 8, 374

in Denmark: 9, 124

and dogma: 3, 472

and missions: 7, 406

and mysticism: 8, 71

in Sweden: 11, 180

and theology: 4, 126

in Württemberg: 9, 58

Pietistic catechisms: 2, 444

separation: 9, 59

Pietro della Valle: 6, 7

Pietro Martire Vermigli: 12, 165-166. See also Vermigli

Pighius (Pigghe), Albertus: 9, 67

Pignatelli, Antonio: 5, 508

Pigou, Francis: 9, 68

Pike, J. G.: 1, 463

Pilate, Pontius: 9, 68, 69

Acts of: 1, 226

Deeds of: 1, 226

Pilgrim Church in Holland: 3, 232

Pilgrimages: 2, 401; 4, 98, 99; 9, 69; 10, 414

Pilgrim psalms: 9, 327

Pilgrims: 3, 232-236

Pilgrim's Progress: 2, 304

Piligrim: 9, 70

Pillar of Fire and Cloud: 9, 70

saints: 11, 123

Pillars, sacred: 1, 139, 392; 4, 481; 7, 293-295; 9, 18; 11, 138

Pilot, William: 9, 71

Pineda, J. P. de: 11, 30

Pinytus: 9, 71

Pionius: 9, 71

Pipe: 10, 150

Piper, Karl W. F.: 9, 71

Leonora: 11, 51, 52

Mrs.: 9, 351

Piperis Granum: 8, 196

Pippin. See Pepin

Pira Ayar: 7, 146

Rabba: 7, 146

Pirke Aboth: 9, 71

Pirkheimer, Charitas: 9, 71

Wilibald: 4, 66; 9, 72

Pirmin, Saint: 9, 72

Pirstinger, Berthold: 9, 359, 360

Pisa, Councils of: 2, 43; 9, 73; 10, 239

Piscator, Johannes: 2, 146; 9, 73

Piscina: 1, 455

Pisgah: 7, 424

Pisidia.: 1, 317

Pisiris: 2, 412

Pistis Sophia: 4, 498; 8, 243

Pistoja, synod of: 10, 24

Pistorius, Johannes: 10, 63

Johannes B., the Elder: 9, 74

Johannes B., the Younger: 9, 74, 75

Pitcairn, John: 8, 142, 143

Pithion: 8, 470

Pithom: 4, 88; 5, 26; 9, 75, 412; 11, 447

Pithou, Pierre: 4, 424

Pitra, Jean B.: 9, 75; 10, 174

Pittsburg Theological Seminary: 11, 383

Pitzer, Alexander W.: 9, 75

Pius I., Pope: 9, 76

Pius II.: 5, 69; 9, 76-78, 151

Pius III.: 9, 78

Pius IV.: 2, 86; 3, 158; 6, 113, 147; 9, 78, 79; 10, 73; 11, 55

creed of: 12, 14

Pius V.: 6, 69; 7, 239; 9, 79; 10, 93

Pius VI.: 4, 123; 6, 148, 234, 487; 8, 296; 9, 79-81; 10, 331

Pius VII.: 3, 212, 213, 214, 217; 6, 148; 9, 81, 82; 10, 73

Pius VIII.: 4, 7, 8; 9, 82

Pius IX.: 1, 205-206; 3, 218, 282; 5, 455; 7, 67; 9, 82, 83; 10, 73, 75, 76, 147; 11, 198; 12, 147-156, 571

Pius X.: 2, 126, 149; 3, 169, 218; 7, 428; 9, 83, 84, 129; 10, 153; 11, 198

Pius Societies: 9, 84

Place, Josué de la: 9, 86

Victor: 1, 324

Place of baptism: 1, 445

Placemakers' Bible: 2, 140

Placet: 9, 84, 85

Placette, Jean la: 9, 85

Placetum regium: 9, 84

Placeus, Josua: 1, 160; 5, 467; 9, 86

Plague: 3, 446; 8, 33

Plagues of Egypt: 8, 25-26

Plain of Acre: 8, 311, 312

of Ajalon: 8, 310, 311

of Jericho: 8, 313

of Jezreel: 8, 311

of Jordan: 8, 313

of Moab: 8, 313

of Sharon: 8, 312; 9, 36

Plain-song: 10, 156

Plan of union: 9, 226

Planck, Gottlieb J.: 9, 86, 147

Heinrich L.: 9, 87

Planets, and the week: 12, 283

Plant-worship: 12, 436

Plantin, Christoph: 4, 272, 273

Plastic art, Christian: 10, 311-314

Plath, Karl H. C.: 9, 87

Platina, Bartholomeo: 8, 394; 9, 87

Platner, John W.: 9, 87

Plato: 3, 300; 4, 230; 9, 39, 306, 461; 10, 263; 11, 38

Plato, Porphory R.: 9, 87

Platon: 9, 87, 88

Platonism: 4, 448; 5, 4, 17, 437; 9, 88-91

and Christianity: 9, 88-91

Pleasure: 9, 92; 11, 40

Pleiades: 11, 67

Plenary: 9, 92

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Plenary indulgence: 5, 485

inspiration: 6, 17

Pleroma: 3, 301; 12, 131, 133

Pliny the Younger: 3, 374

on Christians: 8, 467; 11, 489

on the Druids: 4, 9

Plitt, Gustav L.: 9, 92

Plockhorst, Bernhard: 8, 305

Plockhoy, Pieter C.: 9, 93

Plotinus: 8, 111, 112; 9, 462

Plowing in Palestine: 1, 93

Pluetschau (Plutschau), Heinrich: 5, 477; 7, 406

Plume: 12, 428

Plumer, William S.: 9, 93

Plummer, Alfred: 9, 94

Plumptre, Edward H.: 9, 94

Plunket, William C.: 9, 94

Pluralism: 9, 152

Pluralities: 9, 95

Plurality of benefices: 2, 51

Plutarch of Athens: 8, 113; 9, 91

Pluto: 10, 197

Pluvial: 12, 170

Plymouth Brethren: 3, 357; 7, 376; 9, 95-98, 139

(Mass.) Church: 3, 234

Theological Seminary: 11, 389

Pneuma (Spirit): 4, 330; 5, 177; 11, 12-13, 274-275

Pneumatics: 9, 98

Pneumatikoi: 11, 37

Pneumatology: 10, 244

Pneumatomachi: 1, 280; 7, 113; 12, 19

Poach, Andreas: 1, 200

Po'ale-Zion: 12, 518

Pobiedonostsev, Konstantin P.: 9, 98; 10, 118

Pocock (Pococke), Edward: 9, 99

Pocquet, Antoine: 6, 476, 477

Podebrad and Kunstatt, George of. See Podiebrad

Podiebrad (Podebrad), George: 2, 213; (5, 416); 8, 394; 9, 77, 99

Poems, Anonymous, in the Early Church: 9, 99

Pœnitentiæ Adæ: 9, 342

Poeschl, Thomas: 9, 101

Poetic books, three Hebrew: 6, 186-193; 9, 303-306, 324-333

Poetry, early Christian: 1, 36, 257, 375, 388; 2, 65, 66, 331, 332; 3, 171, 330; 4, 345; 5, 284, 285, 385; 6, 288; 8, 190, 191, 268, 420, 497; 9, 99, 262, 282, 313, 377; 10, 89-90, 333, 402-403; 11, 4-5; 12, 180, 238

Hebrew: 5, 188-191; 9, 303

Poggio: 5, 401

Pohle, Joseph: 9, 101

Points of agreement, Hessian. See Verbesserungspunkte

Poiret, Pierre: 9, 101, 102

Poison, ordeal by: 8, 250

Poissy, colloquy of: 2, 79; 9, 102-104

Religious Conference of: 2, 79; 9, 102-104

Poland: 6, 417, 418; 10, 121; 11, 432, 433

antitrinitarianism in: 1, 204; 2, 197; 9, 107; 10, 488-490; 12, 82

Christianity in: 9, 104-108; 12, 300

Counter-Reformation in: 5, 375; 9, 107

Jews in: 6, 61

Lutherans in: 10, 120

Reformation in: 9, 106

Waldenses in: 12, 246

Polanus, Velerandus: 9, 108

Pole, Reginald: 9, 108

Polemics: 9, 109-111

anti-Jewish: 1, 156

Polenz, George of: 4, 459

Poles in U. S.: 10, 454

Poliander, Johannes: 9, 111, 112

Polish Bibles: 2, 154

Brethren: 10, 488

Politi, Lancelotto: 2, 456

Political divisions of Palestine: 8, 318

Polity, Congregational: 3, 237-238

Ecclesiastical: 1, 462; 3, 237-238, 246-248; 4, 51, 62; 7, 81, 335, 336, 345; 9, 112-117, 202, 216, 239-241, 285-287, 317-319, 426, 437; 10, 71, 300; 11, 436; 12, 73, 93, 95, 243-245, 451

Lutheran: 7, 81; 11, 436

Methodist: 7, 335, 336, 345

Presbyterian: 9, 202-204, 240, 241; 10, 300

Protestant Episcopalian: 9, 285, 286

Waldensian: 12, 243-245

Polk, Leonidas: 9, 284

Pollock, Bertram: 9, 118

Pollok, Allan: 9, 118

Robert: 9, 118

Polyander, Joannes: 9, 427

Polycarp: 3, 51; 4, 44, 46; 6, 29, 204, 206; 9, 118

Polycarpus (canones): 2, 385

Polychrome Bible: 2, 99

Polychronius: 1, 202; 9, 120

Polycrates: 9, 120

Polydemonism: 3, 399-401; 11, 6

Polygamy: 4, 274; 7, 192; 8, 11, 15, 17, 45

Polyglot Bibles: 1, 182, 207; 2, 106, 107, 167, 168, 437; 3, 127; 4, 417; 11, 25, 96; 12, 260, 469

Polyphonic song: 10, 158

Polytheism: 1, 257; 4, 91; 5, 178-180; 6, 87; 9, 120-123; 11, 274

and morality: 9, 122

Pomegranate trees: 4, 404

Pomerania, conversion of: 8, 288; 9, 105

Pomerius, Julianus: 2, 333; 9, 123

Pomoryane: 10, 122

Pompey: 5, 165; 10, 185

Ponce de la Fuente, C.: 11, 30

de Leon, Luis de: 6, 456

Pond, Enoch: 9, 124; 11, 351

Pontanus: 2, 282

Pontianus, Pope: 9, 124

Pontifex maximus: 3, 106; 12, 435

Pontifical: 9, 124

mass: 7, 240

Pontificale Romanum: 9, 124

Pontius Pilate: 9, 68, 69

Pontoppidan, Erik: 9, 124

Pontus-Bithynia: 1, 316

Poole, Matthew: 9, 124

Reginald: 9, 108

Pools: 12, 276

Poor, care of: 1, 57, 81, 134; 9, 268

Clares: 3, 125; 12, 416

Hermits of St. Jerome: 5, 275

Laws, Hebrew: 9, 125

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Poor Men of Christ: 8, 145; 9, 125

of Lombardy: 12, 241-249

of Lyons: 12, 241-249

priests: 7, 15

relief: 10, 478, 479

relief in the United States: 10, 481, 482

Richard: 9, 409

Poorhouse: 10, 481

Pope: 9, 126-133. See also under Papal

appeals to the: 1, 248; 2, 222

authority of: 1, 383, 384

and councils: 12, 155

election of the: 5, 66; 9, 129

infallibility of: 2, 373; 4, 31; 5, 489-490; 9, 247, 450; 10, 71, 74; 12, 61, 148-153, 154

present position of: 6, 65

primacy of: 2, 65; 6, 449, 452, 453. See also Papal supremacy

Pope, Alexander: 9, 459

William B.: 9, 133

Popish plot: 8, 207

Popovshchina: 10, 122

Poppæa: 8, 117

Porcarius: 2, 333

Pordage, John: 8, 71; 9, 133

Porete, Margareta: 4, 381

Porphyry, anti-Christian polemist: 10, 196

(of Gaza): 9, 134

the Neoplatonist: 3, 348; 8, 111, 113; 9, 91

Porrée, Gilbert de la: 4, 488

Porst, Johann: 9, 134

Port of London Society: 10, 316

Port Royal: 6, 96, 97, 465; 8, 170, 362-364; 9, 134-136

de Paris: 9, 135

Portanova, Gennaro: 9, 136

Portarius: 3, 9

Porter, Ebenezer: 9, 137

Frank C.: 9, 137

Josias L.: 9, 137

Noah: 9, 137

R. K.: 1, 323

Porteus, Beilby: 9, 137

Portiforium: 10, 209

Portiuncula Indulgence: 9, 138

Porto Rico: 7, 411; 12, 315, 319

Portraits of Jesus: 6, 154-157

Portugal: 9, 138-141

and Alexander VII.: 1, 119

in India: 5, 476

Protestantism in: 9, 139-140

Roman Catholics in: 9, 138, 139

Portuguese Bible versions: 2, 151

East Africa: 1, 73

exploration: 1, 61

Guinea: 1, 73

Positive theology: 11, 398

Positivism: 3, 203; 5, 160; 9, 141-142; 10, 6, 327

Possession, demoniacal: 3, 401, 402

by spirits: 3, 401-403

Possessor, bishop: 10, 348

Possevino, Antonio: 9, 142

Possidius, Saint: 1, 365, 368; 9, 142

Post, George E.: 9, 143

Post-Chalcedonian Christology: 3, 53

Postil: 9, 143

Postma, D.: 9, 433

Postmasoretic period: 2, 98

Postmillenarianism: 7, 377

Postredemptionism: 2, 363

Postulation: 9, 143

Potamiæna: 9, 143

Potamius: 9, 144

Potestas ecclesiastica: 1, 383

Pothinus: 9, 144

Potter, Alonzo: 9, 144

Henry C.: 9, 144

Horatio: 9, 145

Pottery, Hebrew: 5, 141

Potts, George: 9, 145

Poulsen, Alfred S.: 9, 145

Pouring: 1, 448

Poussin, Nicholas: 8, 305

Poverty: 2, 28-29; 3, 183; 4, 357, 358; 7, 461; 9, 125; 10, 466-481

ideal of: 1, 134

Waldensian: 12, 241-243, 246

Powell, Baden: 9, 145

Lyman P.: 9, 145

Vavasor: 4, 311; 9, 183

Power of the keys: 6, 323-329

word of: 2, 202, 203; 11, 7

Power, Frederick D.: 9, 145

Powers, episcopal: 2, 193

Practical Theological Seminary: 11, 359, 360

Practical Theology: 9, 146-149

Præcentor: 3, 9; 9, 257

Prædestinatus, Liber: 9, 149, 195

Prædinius, Regnerus: 9, 150

Præmunire: 4, 132; 9, 150

Præpositus: 9, 312

Præpositus, Jakob: 9, 279

Præstimonium: 2, 50

Prætorianism: 9, 151

Prætorius, Abdias: 9, 150

Jacob: 8, 258

Johann: 9, 167

Stephan: 9, 151, 168

Pragmatic Sanction: 1, 497; 3, 212; 4, 425; 6, 419; 7, 47; 9, 151, 152

Pragmatism: 9, 152

Prague, Archbishopric of: 1, 31; 9, 152, 153

articles of: 5, 419

compactata of: 1, 497; 5, 420

peace of: 12, 330, 331

university of: 12, 98, 99

Prarthana Somaj of Bombay: 5, 478

Pratt, Hodgson: 8, 427

Josiah: 2, 89

Waldo S.: 9, 153

Praxeas: 7, 459

Prayer: 9, 153-156; 10, 296

bidding: 2, 187

Book of Common: 3, 177

books: 3, 177-179

in Christian worship: 7, 235

for the Dead: 1, 133; 9, 157

at eucharists: 4, 197

hours of: 2, 263

of Joseph: 9, 340

of Manasses: 1, 218

Manichean: 7, 157

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Prayer meetings: 7, 334; 9, 59

Mohammedan call to: 8, 50

week of: 4, 222

wheels: 6, 401

Prayer-Gage Debate, The: 9, 157, 168

Pre-masoretic period: 2, 94

Pre-Reformation catechisms: 2, 443

Pre-Sargonic age: 1, 404

Preaching: 2, 71; 5, 42, 346-350; 9, 158-188; 12, 422

friars: 3, 479-482

Helmstedt method of: 9, 167

History of: 9, 158-189

Jena method of: 9, 167

Lay: 12, 556-560

Leipsic method of: 9, 167

of Peter the apostle: 8, 486

Waldensian: 12, 241, 243

Prebend: 9, 189

Precious Stones: 9, 189-191

Precist: 9, 191

Preconization: 9, 191

Predestinarian Baptists, Old Two-Seed-in-the-Spirit: 1, 477

Predestination: 1, 360; 2, 81, 246, 301, 305-306, 360, 361, 436, 495; 5, 36, 282; 6, 403; 7, 445; 8, 494; 9, 191-197, 403; 10, 304, 348, 349, 425; 11, 424; 12, 193

controversy: 9, 481

Prediction: 9, 276

Preexistence of Christ: 3, 63

of the soul: 2, 328

Preger, Johann W.: 9, 198

Pregizer, Christian G.: 9, 198

Pregizerians: 9, 198, 199; 12, 452

Prejudice: 3, 191

Prelate: 9, 199

Prelature: 9, 199

Preller, Friedrich: 8, 305

Premillenarianism: 7, 377, 392

Premonstrants: 1, 190

Premonstratensians: 5, 172; 7, 466; 9, 199-201

Prentiss, Elizabeth P.: 9, 201

George L.: 9, 201

Presbyter: 9, 201-204

Presbyterate: 3, 370; 8, 262; 9, 201-204; 11, 126

Presbyterian Alliance: 1, 132

Church in Canada: 9, 237

of England: 4, 139; 9, 216, 217

in Ireland: 9, 217, 218

of Nova Scotia: 9, 238

polity: 9, 115, 239-241

in South Africa: 9, 220

in the U. S.: 9, 229-232

ecclesiastical records: 1, 274

mission in Damascus: 11, 234

missions to Indians: 5, 482, 483

Theological Seminary of Kentucky: 11, 381

Theological Seminary of the Northwest: 11, 373

Presbyterianism: 3, 232, 289-291, 307; 7, 50, 51; 9, 205-243

Presbyterians: 9, 205-243

English: 4, 139; 9, 216, 217

and slavery: 10, 453, 472

Presbyterion: 4, 104

Presbyterium: 9, 243

Presbytery: 9, 243

Presence and Presence Fees: 9, 243

Presentation nuns: 12, 412

of the Virgin Mary, Feast of the: 7, 222

Preservation of the world: 3, 298-304

Presiding elders: 7, 345

Pressensé, Edmond de: 9, 243, 244

Pressly, John T.: 9, 244

Prester, John: 9, 244

Preston, John: 9, 245

Thomas S.: 9, 245

Preuschen, Erwin F. W. F.: 9, 245

Pribislaw, prince: 12, 176

Price, Horace M. E.: 9, 245

Ira M.: 9, 246

Richard: 7, 501

Pride: 9, 246

Prideaux, Humphrey: 9, 246

John: 9, 247

Prierias, Silvester: 9, 247

Priest: 8, 353-356; 9, 248-254; 12, 465. See also Priesthood

and sacrament: 10, 142

code: 4, 255; 6, 428; 9, 125

Priesthood: 9, 248-254

Hebrew: 1, 1; 5, 267, 279-281

Mormon: 8, 12, 19

power of: 6, 323-329

universal: 3, 95

Zoroastrian: 12, 533

Priestley, Joseph: 5, 368; 9, 184, 254; 12, 83, 357

Priestly authority: 6, 323-329

function in eucharist: 11, 499

narrative, of creation: 1, 35

office of Christ: 6, 173-175

Priests of Babylonia: 1, 412

concubinage among: 1, 172

Hebrew, as judges: 6, 427

of the Holy Ghost: 5, 326

as physicians: 3, 445

Prignano, Bartolomeo: 12, 106

Primacy: 9, 255

of Canterbury: 2, 223, 401

of honor: 9, 128

of jurisdiction: 9, 128

of pope: 2, 65; 6, 449, 452, 453. See also Papal supremacy

Primas: 9, 255

Primasius: 9, 255

Primate: 9, 255, 256

Prime: 9, 256

Prime, Samuel I.: 9, 256

Primer: 9, 257

Primers: 3, 177

Primianus: 3, 488

Primicerius: 3, 9; 9, 257

Primin, Saint: 9, 72

Primitive Baptists: 1, 477

marriage: 7, 192

Methodists: 3, 497; 7, 338, 352; 10, 301; 12, 558

names: 8, 76

religion: 3, 194-200

social life: 12, 6

worship: 12, 437

Prince, Thomas: 9, 257

Princes' concordats: 3, 211

Princeton College, revival in: 10, 13

130

Princeton Theological Seminary: 11, 339, 374

Principe: 1, 78

Principles of Protestantism: 9, 419

of textual criticism: 2, 111

Prins, Jan J.: 9, 258

Prinsterer, Guillaume G. van: 5, 80

Prior: 9, 258

Prioress: 9, 258

Priorissa: 9, 312

Prisca: 2, 383

Prisca (Priscilla): 7, 486

Priscillian: 9, 258-260

Priscillianists: 1, 197; 7, 214; 8, 144; 9, 258-260; 10, 383; 11, 460

Prison epistles of Paul: 8, 410

Reform: 4, 405; 5, 380, 381; 9, 260-262; 10, 472

Prisoner of Chillon: 2, 230

Prisoners, treatment of: 9, 260, 261

Private communion: 7, 39

confession: 3, 221-223

judgment: 9, 293

masses: 7, 240

Proba: 9, 262

Probabiliorism: 9, 263

Probabilism: 3, 482; 5, 507; 6, 146, 488; 9, 263; 10, 177

Probation, Future: 9, 263, 264; 11, 342

Probst, Jakob: 9, 279; 11, 29

Probus: 11, 240

Procession of Holy Spirit: 4, 50, 312

Processions: 9, 264; 10, 66

Prochet, Matteo: 9, 264

Procksch, Otto: 9, 264

Proclus the Lycian: 8, 113, 331; 9, 462

Procopius of Cæsarea: 9, 265

of Gaza: 2, 452; 9, 265

(Hussite): 1, 497

Procopius, Andreas, the Great: 9, 265

Procter, John: 9, 266

Proculus of Marseilles: 12, 535

Procurator: 1, 58; 9, 266

Procurators: 5, 39, 40

Prodicians: 8, 243; 9, 266

Professed (Jesuits): 6, 141

Professio fidei Tridentinæ: 12, 14-15

Progressive Dunkers: 4, 26

incarnation: 3, 62

Prohibition of blood: 1, 247; 3, 429

of fat: 3, 429

Prokopovich, Theophanes: 10, 118

Proles, Andreas: 9, 266

Prologus Galeatus: 9, 266

Propaganda, Congregation and College of the: 9, 267

Property, Ecclesiastical: 8, 23, 333; 9, 268-271, 474; 10, 327-331; 11, 55

rights, Hebrew: 6, 430, 431

rights of wife: 4, 274

Prophecy: 3, 288; 4, 71; 9, 271-278, 367; 11, 7

of Amos: 1, 157-158

of Daniel: 3, 347-351, 358

on doctrine of faith: 4, 267

of Elijah: 4, 107

of Elisha: 4, 110

of Ezekiel: 4, 253, 254

fulfilment of: 9, 277

and glossolalia: 11, 38

of Habakkuk: 5, 105

of Haggai: 5, 116

of Hosea: 5, 370-372

of Isaiah: 6, 38-44

of Jeremiah: 6, 120-122

of Joel: 6, 193-195

of Jonah: 6, 222

Lehnin: 6, 443

of Malachi: 7, 136

of Micah: 7, 362

Montanistic: 7, 485, 486

of Nahum: 8, 76

of Obadiah: 8, 211, 212

and the prophetic office: 9, 271-278

of Samuel: 10, 193, 194

of Zechariah: 12, 498

of Zephaniah: 12, 508

Prophesying: 9, 278

Prophetic frenzy: 3, 450; 4, 71

gild: 9, 272, 273

office: 9, 271-278

office of Christ: 6, 173-175

schools: 10, 193

Prophetism of N. T.: 5, 27; 8, 260-265

Propitiation: 1, 349

Propitiatory worship: 12, 438

Propst, Jakob: 9, 279

Proselytes: 9, 279-281

Proselyting: 3, 3

Prosōpon: 4, 217; 12, 565

Prosper of Aquitaine: 2, 470; 9, 282; 10, 347, 348

Prostitution, religious: 2, 375

Protasius: 9, 409

saint: 4, 477

Proterius: 7, 474, 475

Protestant Bible Society of Paris: 2, 91

Christology: 3, 56

church on biblical canon: 2, 393

Church, German Evangelical: 4, 468

churches in France: 4, 353

in Ireland: 6, 28

in Italy: 6, 66

doctrine of Trinity: 12, 20

Episcopal Church: 9, 283-289; 10, 70, 315-316

deaconesses: 3, 379

Divinity School: 11, 340

ecclesiastical records: 1, 274

missions to Indians: 5, 481, 482

Theological Seminary in Virginia: 11, 387

Episcopalians: 9, 283-289

ethics: 4, 188-191

Friends: 4, 378

Methodists: 7, 338

missions: 7, 403-416; 12, 189

in China: 3, 33-36

in Japan: 6, 107-109

to Jews: 6, 178

in the West Indies: 7, 411; 12, 316

mysticism: 8, 70, 71

paramenta: 8, 351

psalmody: 9, 322

sacred music: 10, 153-154

theory of ethics: 7, 497, 498

Union, German: 4, 468; 9, 289-290

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Protestant, use of organ: 8, 258

Protestantism: 9, 290-302

and art: 1, 306

origin of term: 9, 290, 291; 11, 45

Philip II. and: 9, 21, 22

principles of: 9, 419

on sacraments: 10, 143, 144

synods of: 3, 283

Protestants in Abyssinia: 1, 21, 63

in Anhalt: 1, 180-181

in Argentina: 1, 277

in Australia: 1, 376, 377

in Austria: 1, 380-383; 4, 299-301

in Bavaria: 2, 12-13

in Belgium: 2, 32

in Bolivia: 2, 218

in Bosnia: 2, 237

in Brazil: 2, 256

in Brunswick: 2, 286-287

in Bulgaria: 2, 298

in Burma: 2, 310, 311

in Canada: 2, 377

in Cape Colony: 2, 402

in Chile: 3, 28

in China: 3, 33-36

in Colombia: 3, 163

in Cuba: 12, 318

in Denmark: 3, 405

in Egypt: 1, 67; 4, 93, 94

in England: 4, 131-137, 138, 139; 9, 301-302, 365-369

in France: 3, 285, 286; 4, 353-354; 7, 178, 186; 8, 81, 82, 177-179; 10, 62-63, 68-69; 11, 473, 474

in Germany: 3, 109; 4, 99, 100, 226, 227, 471; 7, 43; 9, 53-67

in Greece: 5, 51; 12, 555

in Guiana: 5, 93

in Herzegovina: 2, 237

in Hesse: 5, 254

in Holland: 5, 319-321

in Hungary: 8, 423, 424

in India: 5, 476

in Italy: 6, 66; 9, 264; 10, 201

in Japan: 6, 107-109

in Korea: 6, 375

in Mexico: 7, 359

in New Zealand: 8, 150

in Norway: 8, 195

on the oath: 8, 209

in Panama: 8, 327

in Paraguay: 8, 349

in Persia: 8, 472

in Peru: 8, 475

in the Philippines: 9, 31

in Porto Rico: 12, 319

in Portugal: 9, 139

in Prussia: 1, 106-108; 7, 81, 82; 9, 314-318; 12, 80, 81

in Russia: 10, 119-121

in Scotland: 10, 299-301

in Siam and Laos: 10, 395

in Salzburg: 10, 182-184

in Spain: 10, 110; 11, 25-29

in Sweden: 11, 181

in Switzerland: 11, 191-195

in Turkey: 12, 39, 40

in the United States: 12, 90

in Uruguay: 12, 113

in Venezuela: 12, 161

in Wales: 4, 138

in the West Indies: 12, 316-319

See also under the various denominational articles

Protevangelium: 7, 325

of James: 1, 226; 7, 221

Prothonotary (Protonotarius), Apostolic: 9, 302

Protoplasts, Testament of the: 9, 339

Protopope: 9, 303

Protopresbyter: 9, 302

Proust, Angelus le: 12, 412

Proverbs, Book of: 9, 303-306

Providence: 9, 306-311

Provinces, Ecclesiastical: 8, 267

Provincial: 9, 312

synods: 3, 280

Provincialis superior: 9, 312

Provisor: 1, 58; 9, 312

Provost (Præpositus): 3, 9; 9, 312

Provost, Samuel: 9, 283, 312

Prudentius of Troyes: 9, 313

Prudentius, Aurelius C.: 5, 426; 9, 313

Prussia: 9, 314-319

delimiting bull for: 3, 215

Lutherans in: 7, 81, 82; 12, 80, 81

Reformation in: 1, 106-108

Reformed Church in: 9, 314-318; 12, 80, 81

visitation in: 1, 107

Prussian Bible Society: 2, 91

Prussians, missions to: 2, 286

Pruystinck, Eligius (Loy): 7, 14

Pryce, Robert V.: 9, 319

Prynne, William: 6, 421, 422; 9, 319

Przypkowski, Samuel: 10, 489

Psalm Melodies, French: 9, 320

tones: 9, 322

Psalmanazar, George: 9, 320

Psalmody: 9, 321-324

Dutch: 7, 187

English: 5, 429; 9, 332; 10, 103, 203; 11, 87, 273-274

French: 7, 190, 191

Protestant: 9, 322

Psalms, Book of: 9, 324-333

of Solomon: 7, 326; 9, 10, 331, 335, 496

use of, in worship: 9, 321

Psalter, Cathach: 8, 302

Lobwasser: 7, 5

Psalterium Egberti: 8, 302

Psalters, metrical: 5, 429

Psaltery: 10, 149

Psammetichus II.: 4, 90

Psellus, Constantinus M.: 9, 333

Pseudepigrapha, Old Testament: 3, 368; 7, 325-327; 9, 333-343

Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals: 1, 249; 2, 347, 382; 4, 58; 5, 289; 8, 161; 9, 127, 256, 343-349

Pseudo-Matthew, Gospel of: 1, 226

Psoriasis: 6, 460

Psychē: 5, 177; 9, 351; 11, 12-14

Psychical Research, English Society for: 9, 350

and the Future Life: 9, 350, 351

society for: 5, 462; 9, 351; 11, 52

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Psychology: 3, 193, 200; 9, 350; 10, 244

and Ethics: 7, 499

of religion: 9, 457

and theology: 11, 397, 398

Psychotherapy: 9, 351-355; 12, 573

and Christian Science: 12, 573-574

Ptah: 9, 122

Ptahil, demiurge: 7, 492

Ptolemæus (Ptolemaios): 9, 355

Ptolemais: 9, 14

Ptolemy: 9, 355-359

Ptolemy I. Soter: 9, 355

Ptolemy II. Philadelphus: 2, 116; 9, 356

Ptolemy III. Euergetes: 9, 356; 10, 340

Ptolemy IV. Philopater: 9, 356; 10, 340

Ptolemy V. Epiphanes Eucharistus: 9, 357

Ptolemy VI. Eupator: 9, 358

Ptolemy VII. Philometor: 9, 358; 10, 341, 342

Ptolemy VIII. Eupator II.: 9, 358

Ptolemy IX. Euergetes II. Physcon: 9, 358

Ptolemy X. Soter II. Lathyrus: 9, 358

Ptolemy XI. Alexander: 9, 358

Ptolemy XII. Alexander II.: 9, 359

Ptolemy XIII. Philopator: 9, 359

Ptolemy, canon of: 1, 327

Ceraunos: 10, 339, 340

of Iturea: 6, 70

Lagus: 9, 355

(Valentinian): 12, 131

Puberty rites: 12, 4-7

Public administration of aid: 10, 476

schools, bible in: 10, 85, 86

Publicani: 8, 145

Publicans: 11, 281

Puddefoot, William G.: 9, 359

Puebla, Juan de: 4, 360

Puenjer, Georg C. B.: 9, 359

Puerstinger, Berthold: 9, 359, 360

Pufendorf, Samuel, Baron: 9, 360

Pugh, John: 9, 220

Pul: 1, 330

Pulcheria: 9, 361

Pulleyn (Pullein), Robert: 9, 361, 362

Pullman, James M.: 9, 362

Pulpit: 1, 150; 9, 362, 363

Punic religion: 8, 192

Punishment, capital: 2, 405-407; 12, 466

ecclesiastical. See Discipline, ecclesiastical

future: 4, 414-416, 443; 6, 256. See also Hades

for heresy: 1, 279

Hebrew: 6, 429

Punshon, William M.: 9, 185, 363

Pupper, Johann: 5, 1

Puranas: 5, 290, 474

Purasati: 9, 35

Purcell, Henry: 9, 363

John B.: 2, 371; 9, 364

Purchas, John: 9, 364; 10, 52

Purgatory: 1, 134; 6, 22; 9, 157, 364, 365; 12, 314

Purification of the Virgin Mary, feast of the: 7, 222

of Mary, Daughters of the: 12, 411

Purifications, ceremonial: 3, 386-390, 428; 5, 333; 6, 460; 9, 250, 251

mystic: 12, 11-13

Purim: 4, 181, 182, 289; 11, 216

Puritan Sunday: 11, 148

Puritans, Puritanism: 1, 200; 2, 430-432; 3, 127, 454, 476; 4, 134; 6, 421; 7, 498; 9, 365-369; 12, 322, 342, 343

Purple: 3, 164, 165

Purvamimamsa: 2, 249

Purvas: 6, 88

Purver, Anthony: 2, 160

Purves, George T.: 9, 370

James: 9, 370

Purvey, John: 2, 137; 9, 370; 12, 460

Pusey, Edward B.: 9, 370, 371; 11, 480-483

Puseyism: 11, 483

Pushan: 2, 247; 11, 143

Pye: 9, 52

Pynchon, William: 8, 131; 9, 371

Pyrrhus of Constantinople: 7, 259, 482; 11, 319

Pythagoreanism: 10, 357

Pyx: 12, 168

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