Spiritual Reformers in the 16th and 17th Centuries
Spiritual Reformers in the 16th and 17th Centuries
Rufus M. Jones

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Title Page

SPIRITUAL REFORMERS IN THE 16TH & 17TH CENTURIES

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER I THE MAIN CURRENT OF THE REFORMATION

CHAPTER II HANS DENCK AND THE INWARD WORD

CHAPTER III TWO PROPHETS OF THE INWARD WORD: BUNDERLIN AND ENTFELDER

CHAPTER IV SEBASTIAN FRANCK: AN APOSTLE OF INWARD RELIGION

CHAPTER V CASPAR SCHWENCKFELD AND THE REFORMATION OF THE "MIDDLE WAY"

CHAPTER VI SEBASTIAN CASTELLIO: A FORGOTTEN PROPHET

CHAPTER VII COORNHERT AND THE COLLEGIANTS--A MOVEMENT FOR SPIRITUAL RELIGION IN HOLLAND

CHAPTER VIII VALENTINE WEIGEL AND NATURE MYSTICISM

CHAPTER IX JACOB BOEHME: HIS LIFE AND SPIRIT

CHAPTER X BOEHME'S UNIVERSE

CHAPTER XI JACOB BOEHME'S "WAY OF SALVATION"

CHAPTER XII JACOB BOEHME'S INFLUENCE IN ENGLAND

CHAPTER XIII EARLY ENGLISH INTERPRETERS OF SPIRITUAL RELIGION: JOHN EVERARD, GILES RANDALL, AND OTHERS

CHAPTER XIV SPIRITUAL RELIGION IN HIGH PLACES--ROUS, VANE, AND STERRY

CHAPTER XV BENJAMIN WHICHCOTE, THE FIRST OF THE "LATITUDE-MEN"

CHAPTER XVI JOHN SMITH, PLATONIST--"AN INTERPRETER OF THE SPIRIT"

CHAPTER XVII THOMAS TRAHERNE AND THE SPIRITUAL POETS OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY

CHAPTER XVIII CONCLUSION

INDEX




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