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and literacy 150 and mission in India 446-7 and Nonconformity 358-9 and Protestant Enlightenment 284-5, 297 and revivalism 342-3, 345-7 and role of women 167-70 and Roman Catholicism 55, 58,356,359 and science 253-4 and sermons 141 and toleration 354-5, 356, 364-5 see also Church of England; North America; Puritanism Enlightenment 6, 265-80

Aufklärung, Protestant 143, 287-8, 297 and absolutism and establishment 265-8 and American Revolution 498, 506-7, 508 Christian 283-99, 506-7 and Christian renewal 8, 41, 272-3 and Jews 215, 217, 221 and materialism 274-7, 593 and millenarianism 584 and Protestantism 42, 48-52,109, 268-71, 284-8, 485-6 radical 271-2 and revolution 8 and role of women 179 and Roman Catholicism 31, 92, 94, 96, 99,

288-91 and secularization 277-80 and superstition 190, 203 and suppression of the Jesuits 304 and toleration 5, 6, 49, 51 see also Scottish Enlightenment enthusiasm: and Christian

Enlightenment 285, 286, 287, 288, 297 and mission 429 and revivalism 340 episcopacy: in England 55, 56, 57, 63 in North America 340, 367, 501 in Scotland 67, 68,115, 355,356 see also bishops Episcopal Church of America see

Anglicanism Equiano, Olaudah 296, 420-1 Erasmus, Desiderius 305 Erastianism 15,18, 27,30, 60, 64, 357

Erskine, Ralph and Ebenezer 132,345, 365 eschatology: Lutheran 331-2 Pietist 35, 40, 49, 330-1, 334 and Protestant separatists 42 Espen, Zeger-Bernard van 18 establishment: in England 54-64, 359,362,

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