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Cornill, 108.
Corvo, Baron, 95.
Cousin, Victor, 220.
Cudworth, 180.
Cyprian, 92.

DARWIN, 48.



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Davidson, A. B., 6.

De Faye, 30

De Pressense", 63.

Descartes, 180.

Development, 100.

Diognetus, Epistle to, 25.

Dion Chrysostom, 74.

Dionysius the Areopagite, 232.

Dobschutz, 13.

Dogmas, 170-1, 2S9.

Dogmatism, 83.

Dorner, 1.

Du Bose, 17, 18.



ECKHART, 146.

Emerson, 227.

English reformers, 37.

Erasmus, 120.

Erigena, 232.

Eucken, R., 137, 187-8, 235.



FAIRBAIRN, A. M., 120.
Farrar, Dean, 109, 111.
Fear, and faith, 70.
Fechner, G. T., 1.
Feeling, faith as, 55-71.
Fichte, 41, 182, 188, 227.
FitzGerald, E., 234.
Flint, Robert, 66.
Frank, Sebastian, 115.
Friends, Society of, 91.
Fries, J. F., 220.



GIBSON, BOTCB, 137, 237.

Gnosis, 197.

Gnosticism, 20, 21, 28, 29.

Goethe, 49.

Goodness, 46, 229.

Gore, Bishop, 102.

Gospels, in Modernist criticism, 167.

Grace, 239-41.

Greek conception of reality, 165.

Grubb, E., 88.

Gwatkin, M., 51, 75, 120, 184.



HARE, JULTUS, 19, 197.
Harnack, 11, 89, 98, 111, 131.
Hartmann, E. von, 52, 67, 240-1.
Hebrew conception of Faith, 4.
Hebrews, Epistle to the, 15-18, 117.
Hegel, 67, 179, 181, 188, 207.
Heine, 30.
Heraclitus, 141.
Hermas, 24, 25.
Herrmann, 133, 158.
Hippolytus, 110.
Hoffding, Harald, 179, 227.
Homilies, 37.
Hope, 2, 15.
Hume, 154.
Hutcheson, 218.
Huxley, 152, 200.
Huysmans, 211.

IGNATIUS, 24.
Individuality, 225.
Inspiration, 88-9, 107-23.
Instinct, 201.
Intellectualism, 178-202.

JACOBI, 60.

James, Epistle of, 18, 19.

James, Wm., 66, 142, 150-1, 179.

Jerome, 117.

John, Gospel of St., 20-23.

John of Salisbury, 76.

Jones, Henry, 76, 190-2.

Justification, 11-13, 33-5.

Justin Martyr, 110.

KAFTAN, J., 98, 133.

Kant, 3^147-9, 162, 176, 179, 180-4,

206-7.

Kidd, Benjamin, 75.
Knowledge, relation of faith to, 27,

178-202.

LABKRTHONNlfcRE, Abbe, 164-7.

Ladd, G. T., 181-2, 207.
Lange, F. A., 160.




INDEX



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Law, William, 63.

Lecky, W. E. H. } 200.

Leibnitz, 187.

Le Roy, 164-7, 171.

Lessing, 80.

Leuba, 200.

'Lex Orandi; lex Gredendi,' 172.

Lightfoot, Bishop, 2, 8.

Logos Doctrine, 129, 135.

Loisy, A., 102, 167-9.

Longinus, 207.

Lotze, 42, 49, 62, 155, 181.

Love, relation of faith to, 27, 67,

70-1.

Lowell, 121.

Lutheranism, 12, 33, 38, 111, 112.
Lyttelton, (first) Baron, 142.

MAETERLINCK, 80.

Mansel, H. L., 143.

Martineau, James, 93.

Mechanism, apparent, 184.

Melanchthon, 35-6.

Millet, J. F., 200.

Milton, 48, 108.

Miracles, 162-3.

Modernism, 102-5, 114, 161-77.

Myers, F., 66.

Mysticism, 55, 67, 68.

NEWMAN, Cardinal, 2, 35, 37, 38, 92,

100-2, 179, 234.
Nominalism, 99, 146.
' Notes of the true Church,' 94-6.
Novalis, 220.

OCCAM, 99.

Old Testament Canon, 108.

Ontological argument, 180-2.

Ontologism, 61-2.

Origen, 21.

Orr, James, 132-3.

PALET, 179.

Parker, Theodore, 81.

Pascal, 70, 179.



Paul, St., 10-15, 186.

Personalism, 234.

Peter, Second Epistle of, 121.

Pfleiderer, 14, 15, 115, 157.

Philo, 6, 7, 109.

Philostratus, 211.

Pio Nono, 99.

Plato, 2, 3, 108-9, 207, 211.

Pleasure and pain, 45.

Plotinus, 4, 48, 56, 195, 211, 215.

Plutarch, 3.

Pope, the, as infallible, 92.

Practical needs, faith based on, 161-

77.

Pragmatism, 42, 146, 150-1, 170-1.
Pratt, 57, 69, 71.
' Programme of Modernism,' 166, 169,

176.
ProphetUm, 87-91, 119.

QUIETISM, 55, 64;

RATIONALISM, 178-202.
Reason and faith, 178-202.
Redemption, 240.
Reid, Thomas, 205.
Renan, 143.
Revelation, 82, 239.
Reville, A., 62.
Rickaby, Joseph, 77, 144.
Ritschl, 97-8, 131-4, 155-7.
Rohde, Erwin, 69.
Romanticism, 221.
Royce, Josiah, 238.
Ruskin, 219.
Ryle, Bishop, 108.

SABATIEB, A., 91.
Sanctification, 240.
Sanday, W., 109, 117.
Sanday and Headlam, 7, 19.
Santayana, George, 159, 206, 209.
Scepticism, 143.
Schleiermacher, 42, 57-60, 66-7.
Schopenhauer, 154, 194.
Science and miracles, 163.



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Seeley, J. R., 219.

Shaftesbury, 217.

Skrine, J. H., 223.

Smith, John, 217.

Spencer, H., 143, 149.

Spinoza, 146, 187, 189.

Stanton, V. H., 79.

' Static' view of reality, 165, 194-6.

Stevenson, R. L., 236.

Stoicism, 29.

Suarez, 233.

Superstition, 72-4.

Synoptic Gospels, faith in, 7-10.

TELEOLOQICAL argument, 183-4.

Tennyson, 50, 56.

Tertullian, 29, 30, 89.

' Testimonium Spiritus SanctiJ 117.

* Theologia Germanica,' 146.

Theophilus, 25.

Tillotson, 185.

Toland, 18^ 187.



Tradition, 99, 113.
Trent, Council of, 113.
Truth, 45, 230,
Tyrrell, G., 39, 104-5, 172-3.

VALENTINIANS, 26.
Value and existence, 50.
Value-judgments, 156.
Vatican Council, 179.

WALLACE, W., 104.

Warfield, 5.

Watson, William, 210, 235.

Weigel, 115.

Wesleys, the, 115.

Westcott, Bishop, 16, 17, 129.

Westminster Confession, 117.

WU1, faith as, 140-60.

Wordsworth, W., 28, 65, 219.

Works, relation of faith to, 13, 8*

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