1907

Schaff-Herzog Encylopedia of Religious Knowledge

 
Petri, Lars, and Olav (Olaus). See SWEDEN
Petri, Ludwig Adolph
Petrie, William Matthew Flinders
Petrikau, Synods of
Petroburssians. See PETER OF BRUYS
Petrus Mongus. See MONOPHYSITES, §§ 5 sqq.
Peucer, Caspar
Pew
Pezel, Christoph
Pfaff, Christoph Matthaeus
Pfaffenbrief
Pfander, Karl Gottlieb
Pfeffinger, Johann
Pfeilschifter, Georg
Pfender, Charles Leberecht
Pfleiderer, Otto
Pflug, Julius
Pharoah. See EGYPT, I., 2, 4
Pharisees and Sadducees
Pharmakides, Theoklitos
Phelonion. See VESTMENTS AND INSIGNIA, ECCLESIASTICAL
Phelps, Austin
Phenicia, Phenicians
Philadelphia. See ASIA MINOR, IV
Philadelphian Society. See LEAD, JANE
Philanthropy. See SOCIAL SERVICE OF THE CHURCH
Philaret (Vasily Mikhailovich Drozdov)
Philaster (Philastrius)
Phileas
Philemon, Epistle to. See PAUL THE APOSTLE, II
Philip II
Philip IV (Le Bel, "The Fair")
Philip the Apostle
Philip the Arabian (Marcus Julius Philippus Arabs)
Philip the Evangelist
Philip of Gortyna
Philip of Hesse
Philip the Magnanimous. See PHILIP OF HESSE
Philip Neri, Saint. See NERI, PHILIP
Philip of Side
Philip the Tetrarch
Philippi, Friedrich Adolph
Philippi, Jacobus
Philippians, Epistle to the. See PAUL THE APOSTLE, II
Philippine Islands
Philippists
Philippus Solitarius
Philips, Obbe. See MENNONITES, VI
Philistines
Phillips, Philip
Philipps (Philipzoon), Ubbo. See UBBONITES
Phillpotts, Henry
Philo of Alexandria
Philo Byblius (Herennius Philo)
Philo of Carpasia
Philopatris
Philoponus. See JOHANNES PHILOPONUS
Philostorgius
Philoxenus (Xenaia, Axenaia)
Phocas, Saint
Phoebadius (Foegadius, Fitadius)
Photinus
Photius
Phyrgia
Phut. See TABLE OF THE NATIONS, § 6
Phylacteru. See TEFILLIN
Piacenza, Synod of. See URBAN II
Piarists
Pi-Beseth
Picards (Pickards)
Pick, Bernard
Pick, Israel
Pickett, James
Pico Della Mirandola, Giovanni
Picpus, Congregation of (Congregations of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary)
Pictet, Benedict
Pictures, Miraculous
Pie (Pye)
Pieper, Anton
Pieper, Franz August Otto
Pierce, Lovick
Pierius
Pierson, Arthur Tappan
Pietism
Pietro Martire Vermigli. See VERMIGLI
Pighius, Albertus (Albert Pigghe)
Pigou, Francis
Pilate, Acts of. See APOCRYPHA, B, I., 7
Pilate, Pontius
Pilgrimages
Piligrim
Pillar of Fire and Cloud
Pilot, William
Pinytus
Pionius
Piper, Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand
Pippin, Donation of. See PAPAL STATES
Pirke Aboth
Pirkheimer, Charitas
Pirkheimer, Wilibald
Pirmin (Permin, Primin), Saint
Pirstinger, Berthold. See PUERSTINGER
Pisa, Councils of
Piscator (Fischer), Johannes
Pisgah. See MOAB
Pisidia. See ASIA MINOR, VII.
Pistis Sophia. See OPHITES
Pistoja, Synod of. See RICCI, SCIPIONE DE', JOHANNES
Pistorius, Johannes Becker
Pithom
Pitra, Jean Baptiste
Pitzer, Alexander White
Pius
Pius Societies
Place, Josué De La. See PLACEUS
Placemaker's Bible. See BIBLE VERSIONS, B, IV., § 9
Placet (Placetum Regium, Regium Exequatur, Litterae Paraetis)
Placette, Jean La
Placetum Regium. See PLACET
Placeus, Josua (Josué De La Place)
Plague. See DISEASES AND THE HEALING ART, HEBREW, IV., §§ 4-5
Plagues of Egypt. See MOSES, § 2
Plain-Song. See SACRED MUSIC
Planck, Gottlieb, Jakob
Planck, Heinrich Ludwig
Plath, Karl Heinrich Christian
Platina, Bartolomeo (Bartolomeo Sacchi)
Platner, John Winthrop
Plato. See PLATONISM AND CHRISTIANITY
Plato, Porphory Rojdestvenski
Platon (Peter Levchin)
Platonism and Christianity
Pleasure
Plenary
Plitt, Gustav Leopold
Plockhoy, Pieter Cornelisz
Plotinus. See NEOPLATONISM, II
Plumer, William Swan
Plummer, Alfred
Plumptre, Edward Hayes
Plunket, William Conyngham
Pluralities
Plutarch of Athens. See NEOPLATONISM, III., § 3
Plubial. See VESTMENTS AND INSIGNIA, ECCLESIASTICAL
Plymouth Brethren
Pneumatomachi. See MACEDONIUS AND THE MACEDONIAN SECT
Pneumatics

Poach, Andreas. See ANTINOMIANISM, II., 1, § 5
Pobiedonostsev, Konstantin Petrovich
Pocock (Pococke), Edward
Podebrad (Podiebrad) and Kunstatt, George of
Poems, Anonymous, in the Early Church
Poeschl, Thomas
Poetry, Hebrew. See HEBREW LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, III
Pohle, Joseph
Points of Agreement, Hessian. See VERBESSERUNGSPUNKTE, HESSISCHE
Poiret, Pierre
Poissy, Religious Conference of
Poland, Christianity in
Polanus, Velerandus
Pole (Poole), Reginald
Polemics
Polenz, George of. See GEORGE OF POLENZ
Poliander, Joannes (Johann Gramann, Graumann)
Politti, Lancelotti. See CATHARINUS, AMBROSIUS
Polity, Ecclesiastical
Pollock, Bertram
Pollok, Allan
Pollok, Robert
Polycarp
Polychrome Bible. See BIBLE TEXT, I., 3, 4
Polychronius
Polycrates
Polyglot Bibles. See BIBLES, POLYGLOT
Polytheism
Pomerius, Julianus
Ponce De Leon, Luis De. See LEON, LUIS DE
Pond, Enoch
Pontianus
Pontifical
Pontoppidan
Poole, Matthew
Poor Clares. See CLARE (CLARA), SAINT
Poor Laws, Hebrew
Poor Men of Christ
Poor Men of Lyons. See WALDENSES
Poor Relief. See SOCIAL SERVICE OF THE CHURCH
Pope, Papacy, Papal System
Pope, William Burt
Pordage, John
Porete, Margareta. See FREE SPIRIT, BRETHREN OF THE, 3
Porphyry
Porphyry The Neoplatonist. See NEOPLATONISM, III., 1
Porst, Johann
Port-Royal
Portanova, Gennaro
Porter, Ebenezer
Porter, Frank Chamberlain
Porter, Josias Leslie
Porter, Noah
Porteus, Beilby
Portiuncula Indulgence
Porto Rico. See WEST INDIES
Portugal
Positivism
Possession, Demoniacal. See DEMONIAC
Possevino, Antonio
Possidius, Saint
Post, George Edward
Postil
Postmillenarianism. See MILLENNIUM, MILLENARIANISM, 10
Postredemptionism. See CALVINISM, 9
Postulation
Potamiaena
Potamius
Pothinus (Photinus)
Potter, Alonzo
Potter, Henry Codman
Potter, Horatio
Potts, George
Poulsen, Alfred Sveistrup
Pouring. See BAPTISM, IV., 1, 3
Poverty, Suffering, and the Church. See SOCIAL SERVICE OF THE CHURCH
Powell, Baden
Powell, Lyman Pierson
Powell, Vavasor. See FIFTH MONARCHY MEN
Power, Frederick Dunglison
Practical Theology
Praedestinatus, Liber
Praedinius, Regnerus
Praemunire
Praetorius, Abdias (Gottschalk Schulze)
Praetorius, Stephan
Pragmatic Sanction
Pragmatism
Prague, Archbishopric of
Prague, Compactata of: Four Articles of. See HUSS, JOHN, HUSSITES
Prarthana Samaj of Bombay. See INDIA, III., 2
Pratt, Waldo, Selden
Praxeas. See MONARCHIANISM, V., 2
Prayer
Prayer Book, English. See COMMON PRAYER, BOOK OF
Prayer for the Dead
Prayer-Gage, Debate, The
Prayer, Hours of. See BREVIARY; CANONICAL HOURS; VESPER
Prayer, Week of. See EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE, 3
Preaching Friars. See DOMINIC, SAINT, AND THE DOMINICAN ORDER
Preaching, History of.
Prebend
Precious Stones
Precist
Preconization
Predestination
Preger, Johann Wilhelm
Pregizerians
Prelate
Premillenarianism. See MILLENNIUM, MILLENARIANISM, 10-11
Premonstratensians (Norbertines, White Canons)
Prentiss, Elizabeth Payson
Prentiss, George Lewis
Presbyter, Presbyterate
Presbyterian Alliance. See ALLIANCE OF THE REFORMED CHURCHES
Presbyterians
Presbyterium
Presbytery
Presence and Presence Fees
Presentation of the Virgin Mary, Feast of the. See MARY, MOTHER OF JESUS CHRIST, III
Presiding Elders. See METHODISTS, IV., 1, § 8
Pressensé, Edmond (Dehault) De
Pressly, John Taylor
Prester, John
Preston, John
Preston, Thomas Scott
Preuschen, Erwin Friedrich Wilhelm Ferdinand
Price, Horace Maccartie Eyre
Price, Ira Maurice
Pride
Prideaux, Humphrey
Prideaux, John
Prierias, Silvester (Silvestro Mazolini)
Priest, Priesthood
Priestly, Joseph
Priests of the Mission. See VINCENT DE PAUL
Primacy. See PRIMATE
Primasius
Primate
Prime
Prime, Sameul Irenaeus
Primer
Primicerius
Primin, Saint. See PIRMIN
Primitive ("Hardshell") Baptists. See BAPTISTS, II., 4 (b)
Primitive Methodists. See METHODISTS, I., 4, IV, 9
Prince, Thomas
Prins, Jan Jacob
Prior, Prioress
Prisca, Priscilla. See MONTANISM
Priscillian, Priscillianists
Prison Reform
Proba
Probabilism
Probation, Future
Procession of the Holy Ghost. See FILIOQUE CONTROVERSY
Processions
Prochet, Matteo
Procksch, Otto
Proclus. See NEO-PLATONISM, III., § 3
Procopius of Caesarea
Procopius of Gaza
Procopius Andreas, the Great
Procter, John
Procurator
Prodicians
Profession Fidei Tridentinae. See TRIDENTINE PROFESSION OF FAITH
Proles, Andreas
Prologus Galeatus
Propaganda, Congregation and College of the
Property, Ecclesiastical
Prophecy and the Prophetic Office
Prophesying
Propitiation. See ATONEMENT
Propst (Probst, Praepositus), Jakob
Proselytes
Prosper of Aquitaine
Protevangelium. See APOCRYPHA, B. I., 1
Proterius. See MONOPHYSITES, § 3
Protestant Episcopalians
Protestant Friends. See FREE CONGREGATIONS
Protestant Methodists. See METHODISTS, I., 5
Protestant Union (German)
Protestantism
Protevangelium. See APOCRYPHA, B., I., 1.
Prothonotary Apostolic (Protonotarius Apostolicus)
Protopope. See PROTOPRESBYTER
Protopresbyter, Archpresbyter
Proverbs, Book of
Providence
Provincial
Provisor
Provost, Samuel
Provost (Praepositus)
Prudentius, Aurelius Clemens
Prudentius of Troyes
Prussia
Prussia, Reformation in. See ALBERT OF PRUSSIA
Pruystinck, Loy. See LOISTS
Pryce, Robert Vaughan
Prynne, William
Psalmanazar, George
Psalm Melodies, French
Psalmody
Psalms, Book of
Psalms, Use of the, in Worship. See PSALMODY
Psellus, Constantinus (Michael)
Pseudepigrapha, Old Testament
Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals and Other Forgeries
Psychotherapy
Ptolemy (Ptolemaios, Ptolemaeus)
Ptolemy: Valentinian Gnostic. See VALENTINUS AND HIS SCHOOL
Publican. See TAXES, TAX-GATHERERS
Publicani. See NEW MANICHEANS, II., 1
Puddefoot, William George
Puenjer, Georg Christian Bernhard
Puerstinger (Pirstinger), Berthold
Pufendorf, Samuel Baron
Pul. See ASSYRIA, VI., 3, § 9.
Pulcheria
Pulleyn (Pullein), Robert
Pullman, James Minton
Pulpit
Punishment, Future. See FUTURE PUNISHMENT
Punishments, Hebrew. See LAW, HEBREW, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL
Punshon, William Morley
Purcell, Henry
Purcell, John Baptist
Purchas, John
Purgatory
Purification. See DEFILEMENT AND PURIFICATIONS, CEREMONIAL
Purification of the Virgin Mary, Feast of the. See MARY, MOTHER OF JESUS CHRIST, III
Purim. See FEASTS AND FESTIVALS, I., § 5; SYNAGOGUE
Puritans, Puritanism
Purves, George Tybout
Purves, James
Purvey, John
Pusey, Edward Bouverie
Pynchon, William
Pyx. See VESSELS, SACRED, 3