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Hübmaier—Continued.

Form of the Supper (op. 20), 152, 210
*Freedom of the Will (op. 23). 171, 178, 183, 186-188, 189, 193-197, 200
Freedom of the Will-Second Book (op. 24), 152, 196, 197
**Fundamental Articles (op. 4), 89-91
Ground and Reason (op. 16), 189, 203, 205, 206
**Heretics and Those Who Burn Them (op. 3), 84-88
*On Infant Baptism (op. 17), 120-122
**On the Sword (op. 25), 152, 170-176, 273-310
Reason Why Every Man should Receive Baptism (op. 16), 151
**Rechenschaft (op. 26), 230-235
* Short Apology (op. 13), 49, 97, 98, 141, 204, 214
*Table of Christian Doctrine (Catechism, op. 11), 178, 183, 186-188, 189, 193-197, 200
**Twelve Articles of Christian Belief (op. 18), 130-136, 178, 185
**Zürich Recantation, 138-140
**Letter to Regensburg Council, 77-79
**Letter to Œcolampadius, 108

Hübmaier, Teachings of: Anabaptism, 204; anthropology, 190-198; antinomianism, 189; atonement, 198; ban, 212-214; baptism, 16, 202-205, 228; church, 206-208; "close communion," 211; communism, 163; ecclesiology, 202-213; election, 186; effectual calling, 199; eschatology, 216; exegesis, 182 sq., 228, 298; fathers, authority of, 180; freedom of conscience, 217; hymns, 214; images, 60-62; imputation, 198; infants, baptism of, 114 sq.; infants, salvation of, 216; Lord's supper, 208-211; mass, 63-65; Scriptures, 180 sq.; sin, 182, 192, 231; soteriology, 198-201; theology, 184-190; will, 193-195, 231

Hügline, Elizabeth, married to Hübmaier, 73; imprisoned at Zürich, 129; drowned at Vienna, 244

Hus, John, Bohemian reformer, at Constance, 53; influence in Moravia, 148

Hut, Hans, Anabaptist preacher, early history, 159; doctrine of the Sword, 160, 162; appears at Nikolsburg, 160; acquaintance with Widemann, 163; compared to William Miller, 165; specimen of his preaching, 166; imprisoned by Lichtensteins, 168; flight to Augsburg and death, 169

Huter, Jacob, Anabaptist preacher, organizer of Moravian communities, 250; death in Tyrol, 256; his protest to the Moravian nobles, 259 sq.

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Immersion, by Grebel, 143; at Augsburg, 144; in Poland, ib.; at Rhynsburg, 145