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Index Agapitus, Pope, 168 The Age of St. Augustine, lO8 Age of the Fathers, 36-38, 62, lO8, 201 Alcoholic prohibition, 3I Alcuin, ISS, 240 Alexander of Aphrodisias, 165 Alexander the Great, 136, 137 Alexandria, 101, 154 Alfred, King, 140 Amana Society, 6I Ambrose, Saint, 159 America: Catholicism, 43-44; culture , 62; democracy, 188; higher education, 81; New Deal, 183; promised land for Europeans, 147; world wars, 148-49 Ammonius, 165 Anabaptists, 61, 177, 208 Ancient Christian culture, 79 Anglo-Saxon Church, 222 Anglo-Saxons, 139, 140, 244 Anselm, Saint, 40 Anticolonialism, 98 Antiimperialism, 98 Antioch, 101, 154 Antonines, age of, 95-96 Apollinarius of Laodicea, 159, 161 Apologists, 157 Apostles, age of, 201 Apostolate: extension from Jewish to Gentile environment, 35; limitations placed by history, 99 Arab culture, 56 Architecture, Christian, 38, 75 Aristides, 155 Aristotelian revival, 143, 214 Aristotle, 165 Arius, 159 Arnold, Matthew, II, 13, 245 Art: Byzantine, 124; Christian, 36, 38, 52, 58, 59, 75, 79, 237; cultural symbol, 24; flourishing of in Western Europe, 140; and Protestantism , 52, 55-56, 59; secularization , 52, 55-56, 59; secular symbol, 124 "Artes liberales," 154 Asceticism, 63, II6 Asia, 67, 86 Athanasius, Saint, 37, 159 Atheism, II9 Athenagoras, 157 Augustine, Saint, 9, 37, 101, II3, lIS, 156, 160, 162, 165, 166, 167, 169, 197, 204, 205, 206, 220-22, 224-25 Augustus Caesar, II6, 136, 153 Aurelius, Marcus, II3, 196 Authoritarianism, 69, 146 Autun, 154 Babylon, 219, 220 Bacon, Sir Francis, 182 Bagdad Khalifate, 142 Baillie, John, 3I Balance of Power, 144, 147 The Ballad of the White Horse, 5I Barbarism, 40, 108, II2, 130, 242, 243 Baroque Christian culture, 42-43, 60, 62, 79, 80 Barth, Karl, 2 I 3 Basil, Saint, 37, 159 Bede, Saint, 39, 222-23, 240, 247 Belgium, 139 Benedictines, 39, 60, 169 Bernard, Saint, 41, 204 Berdyaev, Nicolay Alexandrovich, 63 Berytus, 154 Bhagavad-Gita, 216 Biblical and historical scholarship, 37 Index Bismarck, Otto von, 148 Blanshard, Paul, 72 Bodin, Jean, 155 Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus , 165, 168, 240 Boileau, Nicolas, 52 Bologna University, 141 Boniface, Saint, 39 Boniface VIII, 141 Bonizo of Sutri, 204 Bordeaux, 154 Botticelli, Sandro, 225 Bremond, Henri, 245 British Commonwealth, 188 Buddhism, 172-73, 199-200, 243 Bulgarians, conversion to Christianity , 40 Bunyan, John, 13 Buonarroti, Michelangelo, 225 Burdach, 176 Burgundy, 40 Burke, Edmund, 7, 8, 184 Byzantine: art, 124; culture, 37, 38, 58, 79, 129; Empire, 142; Empire, Church of, 38; historiography, 222; revival, 167 Calvinism, 30, 3I, 49, 52, 206, 207 The Cambridge Modern History, 80-81 Campanella, Tommaso, 176-78, 182 Canon Law, 241 Cappadocia, lOI Cappadocian Fathers, 37 Carolingian Empire, 39, 139-40, 142, 169 Carthage, 154 Cassiodorus, Flavius Magnus Aurelius , 168, 169 Catharists, 129 Catholic: Byzantine Orthodoxy, similarities , 59; Church as universal autonomous spiritual society, 99, 130; hierarchical order, 40; mysticism , 42; Puritanism, 81; revival, lO-II, 42, 43; tradition, 40 Catholicism: and history, 2II; and liberalism, 2lO-12; Protestantism, differentiated, 207-10; and secularism , 21 I Catholicity, 128 Celtic Christian culture, 60 Censorship, 31 Charlemagne, 139 Chesterton, G. K., 5I China, 44, 80, 84-85, 142; culture, 22, 80, 153; secularism, 173 Chivalry, 141 Christendom: Eastern, 134; Medieval , 134, 140-42; religious and humanist dichotomy, 134; Western , 134, 242 Christian civilization, 19-33; Christian culture, derived from, 20 Christian culture: ancient, 79; and barbarism, 108; Baroque, 42-43, 60, 62, 79, 80; Byzantine, 37, 38, 58, 79; Christian civilization, leading to, 20; Christian society, derived from, 20; classical culture , development toward, 57, 157; decline, 12; defined, 3; Europe , 134; faith as basis, 4; Gothic, 79; and history, III; humanist , 42, 79; inheritance, 94; Justinian Age, 38; medieval, 39, 79, II6, II7, 129; modern, 79; monasticism. See Monasticism; monopoly on literary education, 39, 58, 60-61; Neoplatonism, effect of, 165; non-theological aspects , I I I; objective social reality, 6; organic whole in the past, 79; outlook, 14; Patristic, 79, 96, 163; phases of, 114-15; and Protestantism , 52, 59; restoration, 29, 33; as sacramental culture, 75; scholastic , 79; and secularism, 92, III; spread of, 139; study, lO7-17; survival, 97; tradition of, 93; unified study of, 96; valuation of, 96; and Western man, 6 Christian, defined, 20-21 Christian education, 139 Christian Empire, 36, lO8, 158 Christian ideals and social realities, 247 Christianity: birth of, 124; cultural, 49, 91; divine intervention, 49; expansion into non-European Index 253 world, 98-99; Hellenic element of, 38, 158; and history, 195-231; liturgy, 58; Messianic elements, 228; neo-Kierkegaardian, 30; Oriental , 38; relevance, present...

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