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VOLUME THIRD

BOOK TWENTIETH


PROTESTANTISM IN HUNGARY AND TRANSYLVANIA.




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Chapter 1 PLANTING OF PROTESTANTISM
Early History of Hungary Entrance of Protestantism Its Rapid Diffusion Causes First Preachers Henkel and Queen Mary of Hungary Persecuting Edicts The Turk Appears John Zapolya Louis II Count Pemflinger Battle of Mohacz Slaughter of King and Nobility Protestantism Progresses Zapolya and Ferdinand Contest the Sovereignty Matthias Devay His Zeal and Success as a Reformer Imprisoned The Blacksmith Count Nadasdy His Efforts for the Reform of Hungary Discussion before Ferdinand I Defeat and Wrath of the Bishops The King Protects Devay Character of Ferdinand I.
Chapter 2 PROTESTANTISM FLOURISHES IN HUNGARY AND TRANSYLVANIA.
Characteristic of the Reformation in Hungary, its Silence and Steadiness Edition of the New Testament in Hungarian Rivalship between Zapolya and Ferdinand favorable to Protestantism Death of Zapolya His Son proclaimed King The Turk Returns He Protects Protestantism Progress of Reformation Conflicts between the Lutherans and the Calvinists Synod of Erdoed Its Statement of Doctrines The Confession of the Five Cities Formation of the Helvetian and Lutheran Churches The Diet, by a Majority of Votes, declares for the Reformation The Preacher Szegedin Count Petrovich Reforms Stephen Losonczy The Mussulman again Rescues Protestantism Grants Toleration Flourishing State of Protestantism in Transylvania and Hungary.
Chapter 3 FERDINAND II AND THE ERA OF PERSECUTION.
The Reformation of Hungary not Perfected Defects Intestine War "Formula of Concord" The Jesuits Their Show of Humility Come to Tyrnau Settle in Raab Ferdinand II Educated by the Jesuits His Devotion to Mary His Vow His Mission A Century of Protestantism Tragedies Ferdinand II hopes to Extinguish Protestantism Stephen Bethlen Diet of Neusohl Decrees Toleration War between Bethlen and Ferdinand II Bethlen Declines the Crown of Hungary Renews the War Peace Bethlen's Sudden Death Plan for Extirpating Protestantism Its Execution Postponed Ferdinand's Death.
Chapter 4 LEOPOLD I. AND THE JESUITS.
Ferdinand III Persecution The Pastor of Neustadt Insurrection of Rakotzy Peace of Linz Leopold I His Training Devotion to the Jesuits The Golden Age of the Jesuits Plan of Persecution begins to be Acted on Hungary Occupied by Austrian Soldiers Prince Lobkowitz Bishop Szeleptsenyi Two Monsters Diet of Presburg Petition of the Protestants Their Complaints Robbed of their Churches and Schools Their Pastors and Schoolmasters Banished Enforced Perversion of the Inhabitants Count Francis Nadasdy A Message from the Fire Protestants Forbidden the Rights of Citizenship Their Petitions to the King Neglected.
Chapter 5 BANISHMENT OF PASTORS AND DESOLATION OF THE CHURCH OF HUNGARY.
Popish Nobles demand Withdrawal of the Foreign Troops Refusal of the King-Projected Insurrection Their Message to the Vizier Their Plot Discovered Mysterious Deaths of Vesselenyi and Zriny Attempt to Poison the King The Alchemist Borri Introduced to the King Effects his Cure Insurrection Suppressed New Storm on Protestants Raid of Szeleptsenyi Destruction of Churches, etc. Martyrdom of Drabicius -Abolition of the Ancient Charters Banishment of the Pastors Thirty-three Ministers Tried, and Resign their Charges Four Hundred Ministers Condemned Resolved to Kill, not their Bodies, but their Characters Their Treatment in Prison Banishment to the Galleys Sufferings on their Journey Efforts for their Release Delivered from the Galleys by Admiral de Ruyter Desolation of Hungarian Church.




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