The Political Theory of Christ

Name Index

Below is an index of personal names that are found in the text and the footnotes of this book. However, the names “Jesus” and “Christ” are excluded since they appear so often in the text.

In some cases, a name is followed by a brief annotation. But these annotations describe the individual only in his or her relation to what is said in the book and are therefore not a full description of that individual's accomplishments.

 

Abraham, 10, 21.
Ackerman, Bruce (legal scholar: American constitutionalism), 236-239, 244-245, 249-250, 253-254.
Acton, Lord, 84.
Adams, John, 81.
Adler, Alfred (psychologist), 340-341.
Allen, John P. (reporter/writer: today’s American Catholic Church), 279.
Arnold, Benedict, 112
Austin, Arthur (legal scholar: critic of legal postmodernism), 255-257.

Banning, Lance (historian: James Madison), 91, 183.
Belz, Herman (historian: American law/Constitution), 194-195.
Bennett, R.F. (scholar: 12th century Europe), 44.
Berger, Raoul (legal scholar: American Constitution/constitutional history), 91, 169, 172-173, 189.
Berman, Harold J. (legal historian: Medieval/Reformation eras), 41-44, 48, 54-56, 60.
Blackstone, William, 160.
Bloom, Alan (scholar/educational critic), 300-301.
Bolce, Louis (political scientist: American politics and Christianity), 284-286. 
Bonomi, Patricia U. (historian: American Christianity and the American Revolution), 82-83.
Bork, Robert H. (judge/legal scholar: American Constitution), 246-249.
Brown, Peter (historian: Late Antiquity/early Middle Ages), 34.
Buckley, Thomas E. (historian: 1780s Virginia/religious freedom), 100-101, 103, 105-106, 118, 122.
Burleigh, Michael (historian: Christianity and politics in Europe since 1789), 76.
Butler, Jon (historian: American Christianity in the 18th century), 137.

Calvin, John (and Calvinism), 58-59, 61, 65, 70, 84-85, 91, 102, 104, 130, 140-142, 148.
Campbell, Alexander (leader: Christian churches in the first half of the 19th century), 129-130.
Campbell, David E. (political scientist: Christianity/American society), 290-292, 303-304.
Cantor, George (mathematician), 334.
Carwardine, Richard J. (historian: early 19th century American Christianity and politics), 131, 138, 141, 147-148, 150.
Charlemagne, 37-40, 42, 47, 59.
Charles I (King of England), 62-63.
Charles II (King of England), 64-65.
Charles V (Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire), 50.
Clouser, Roy A. (philosopher of science), 330-342.
Cochrane, Charles Norris (historian: Rome and Christianity), 31.
Coke, Edward, 160.
Constantine, 30-31, 33-34, 37-38, 122.
Cornelius (New Testament), 21-22.
Cornwallis, Lord, 113.
Corwin, Edward S. (political scientist: American constitutionalism) 194-195.
Cromwell, Oliver, 61-64, 87.

David (King of Israel), 10.
De Maio, Gerald (political scientist: American politics and Christianity), 284-286.
Dellapenna, Joseph W. (legal scholar/historian: abortion), 228-233.
Descartes, Rene, 318.
Dewey, John, 333-334.
Dixon, James (19th century British Methodist), 131.
Douglas, William O. (mid-20th century Supreme Court justice), 229.
Dworkin, Ronald (legal and political philosopher), 230-236.

Eisenhower, Dwight, 193.
Einstein, Albert, 335-337.
Elazar, Daniel J. (political scientist: constitutionalism/federalism), 84-86.
Elizabeth I, 61-62, 83.
Elliot, Charles W. (president of Harvard: second half of the 19th century), 162-163.
Engeman, Thomas S. (historian: American Christianity and the Founding), 79.
Erasmus, 54.

Farber, Daniel A. (legal scholar: critic of legal postmodernism), 258.
Finke, Roger (sociologist: American Christianity), 277-278.
Finney, Charles (nineteenth century evangelist) 160
Frankfort, Henri (archeologist/historian: ancient Near East), 6.
Frend, W. H. C. (historian: the first six hundred years of the Christian Church), 31.
Fromm, Erich (psychologist), 340-342.
Frum, David (historian: the nineteen seventies), 227.

Gaffney Jr., Edward McGlynn (legal scholar: religious freedom and American law), 99.
Galileo, 318-319.
Gibbon, Edward, 33-34.
Giere, Ronald N. (philosopher of science), 326-327, 351.
Glendon, Mary Ann (legal historian: constitutional rights), 182.
Goldwater, Barry, 241-242.
Goldwin, Robert A. (historian: American constitutional era), 185.
Green, John C. (political scientist: American politics and Christianity), 276-277, 284-285.
Gregory VII (Pope), 44-47.
Gregory XVI (Pope), 141.

Hamburger, Philip (historian: constitutional and administrative law), 207.
Hamilton, Alexander, 183.
Handy, Mark Y. (historian: 19th century American Christianity), 139.
Harnack, Adolph (historian: early history of Christian Church), 28.
Harvie, John (Virginia legislator: 1780s), 110.
Hatch, Nathan O. (historian: American Christianity), 128-130, 137-139.
Healy, Gene (writer: constitutionalism), 250-251.
Henry IV (Emperor Holy Roman empire), 45-46.
Henry V (Emperor Holy Roman empire), 46.
Henry VIII, 61.
Henry, Patrick, 103, 105, 113, 116.
Herle, Charles (member of British Parliament: 17th century), 11.
Hickok Jr., Eugene W. (legal scholar), 186, 217.
Heisenberg, Werner, 335-337.
Higgs, Robert (historian: growth of American government in the 20th century), 178, 195.
Hildebrand (see Gregory VII)
Hilliard, Francis (American legal scholar: first half of 19th century), 160.
Hitler, Adolph, 297.
Horowitz, Donald (legal scholar: courts and social policy), 210
Horst, Steven (philosopher of science/psychology), 328-329.
Hughes, John (19th century American Catholic archbishop), 150.
Hunter, James Davison (sociologist: American Christianity/ secularism), 252, 286.
Hus, John, 54.

James I (King of England), 62.
James II (King of England), 61, 65.
Jefferson, Thomas, 81, 100, 105-108, 110-127, 183, 187, 264.
Jenkins, Philip (historian: 20th century global spread of Christianity), 78.
John (King of England), 49.

Kalb, James (scholar: Christianity vs. political correctness), 289.
Kennedy, Duncan (postmodern legal scholar), 256-257.
Kersch, Ken I. (legal scholar: American constitutional law/civil liberties 19th-20th centuries), 190, 219-220.
Kleppner, Paul (historian: late nineteenth century American politics), 283.
Kline, Morris (historian: modern mathematics), 334-335.
Kuhn, Thomas S. (philosopher of science), 322-323.

Landis, James (scholar and political activist: the New Deal era), 215.
Langdell, Christopher Columbus (19th century creator of “the science of the law”), 159, 161-163, 257.
Latour, Bruno (postmodern philosopher of science), 325.
Lawson, Gary (legal scholar: the American Constitution/the administrative state), 202-205, 215, 223-224.
Lee, Arthur (18th century Virginia legislator), 113.
Lee, Richard Henry (18th century Virginia legislator), 113, 116.
Leithart, Peter J. (historian: Constantine), 30.
Levy, Leonard (legal scholar: American constitutionalism), 184-185.
Lewis, C. S., 360-361.
Locke, John, 68, 88-89, 91.
Ludlow, Edmund (Member of Parliament, 17th century), 64.
Luther, Martin (and Lutheranism), 54-61, 283.
Lutz, Donald (political scientist: origins of the American Constitution), 84.

Mach, Ernst, 335-338.
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 259-260.
Madison, James, 89-94, 96-97, 100-103, 106-108, 110, 113-121, 124-126, 182-189, 196, 201, 206.
Mann, Horace, 127, 140-141.
Mao Tse-tung, 297.
Marsden, George M. (historian: Christianity and American higher education), 127, 141-143, 163, 276.
Marsilius of Padua (medieval political philosopher), 53.
Marx, Karl (and Marxism), 76, 341-342.
Mary I (Queen of England), 61
Mary and Martha (New Testament), 20.
McIlwain, Charles Howard (political scientist/historian: constitutional government), 38-39.
Mill, John Stuart, 333, 335, 338.
Miller, Perry (historian: first half of nineteenth century America), 83.
Miller, William Lee (historian: 1780s Virginia and religious freedom), 115, 116, 125.
Monaghan, Henry (legal scholar: American Constitution), 247.
Montesquieu, 68, 88-89, 91.
Morrall, John B. (historian: late antiquity/early middle ages), 32-33.
Moses, 10.
Meyer, Stephen C. (philosopher of science), 343.

Nagel, Robert F. (legal scholar: American constitutional law), 201, 210, 234-235, 240.
Napoleon, 50, 133.
Nash, George H. (historian: modern American conservatism), 240.
Nero, 26.
Newton, Isaac, 318-319.
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 349.
Noll, Mark (historian: American and world Christianity), 127-128, 130, 133, 356.
Noonan Jr., John T. (legal scholar: religious freedom and American law), 99.
Nord, David Paul (historian: mass media and 19th century American Christianity), 138, 139.

Olasky, Marvin (historian: Mass Communications/American Christianity in the 19th century), 138, 146.
Ortega, Jose Y Gasset , 263, 348-351.
Orwell, George, 296-297.
Ostrom, Vincent (political scientist: American federalism), 91, 93.

Paul (the Apostle), 25-26, 32.
Pendleton, Edmund (member of Congress, 18th century), 103.
Peter (the Apostle), 19, 21, 25, 26.
Pilate, Pontius, 14-15, 20.
Pirenne, Henri (historian: Medieval Europe), 50-51, 53.
Plato, 7-8, 300, 332.
Polanyi, Michael (philosopher of science), 322.
Popper, Karl (philosopher of science), 321-322.
Posner, Richard A. (legal scholar), 164.
Putnam, Robert D. (political scientist: Christianity and American society), 290-292, 303-304.

Rakove, Jack N. (historian: James Madison), 103.
Reagan, Ronald, 246, 251.
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 239, 287.
Rorty, Richard (philosopher and educator), 306-307.
Rosen, Robert (theoretical biologist), 342-346.
Rosenberg, Gerald N. (historian: Supreme Court and race in mid- 20th century America), 191.
Rueschemeyer, Dietrich (legal scholar/historian), 164.
Russell, Bertrand, 333.

Sabine, G. H. (historian: political theory), 22.
Sandler, Ross (legal scholar: modern law v. democracy), 211-212.
Sandoz, Ellis (political scientist: American constitutionalism), 80-81, 83.
Saul (King of Israel), 10.
Schoenbrod, David (legal scholar: modern law v. democracy), 203, 211-212.
Schwartz, Howard S. (scholar: roots of political correctness), 315.
Scott, James (political scientist: centralization of political authority), 219-220.
Sherman, Roger (delegate to the Constitutional Convention), 184-185.
Sherry, Suzzana (legal scholar), 258.
Sikkink, David (legal historian: American law in late 19th and early 20th centuries), 161-166.
Skinner, B. F. (psychologist), 338-339.
Smidt, Corwin E. (political scientist: politics and American Christianity), 303.
Smith, Christian (sociologist: today's American Christianity), 161, 302-303.
Smith, Steven D. (legal scholar/historian: American Constitution, American law, secularism), 98, 184-185, 187, 210, 231, 233-234, 308.
Smith, Timothy L. (historian: American Christianity in first half of 19th century), 146.
Stalin, Josef , 297.
Stark, Rodney (sociologist/historian: early Christianity, American Christianity), 34, 277-278.
Stevenson, Adlai, 193.

Tacitus, 26.
Teles, Steven M. (historian: conservative legal movement in second half of the 20th century), 251, 252.
Tellenbach, Gerd (historian: twelfth century Europe), 44.
Thorndike, E. M. (psychologist), 338.
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 133-135.

Van Fraassen, Bas C. (philosopher of science), 326-327.
Vile, M. J. C. (historian: the separation of powers), 11, 67, 87.
Vining, John (late 18th century American Congressman), 184.
Voegelin, Eric ( political philosopher/historian), 7.
Voigt, Fredrick (Anglo-German journalist), 76.

Warren, Earl, 240-242, 251.
Washington, George, 113.
Watson, J. B. (psychologist), 338.
Wellman, James K. (sociologist: today’s American Christianity), 275.
West, John G. (historian: American Christianity in first half of 19th century), 138, 140, 141, 144.
West, Robin (postmodern legal scholar), 257.
Weston, Peter (legal scholar), 308.
Whittington, Keith E. (legal scholar: constitutionalism), 253.
Wiebe, Robert H. (historian: 19th century America), 160.
Wiegel, George (historian: today’s Catholic Church), 279.
William and Mary (King and Queen of England), 65.
Wilson, Bradford P. (legal scholar: American Constitution), 186, 217-218.
Witherspoon, John (18th century president of Princeton), 91, 102.
Wolfe, Christopher (political scientist: American constitutionalism), 167, 169, 178, 180, 208-209, 210, 213, 216.
Wood, Laurence W. (theologian: history and theology), 279.
Wormuth, Francis D. (historian: constitutionalism), 64.
Wyclif, John, 54.

Zammito, John H. (historian: philosophy of science since 1950), 323, 325.
Zuckert, Michael P. (historian: Protestantism and the American Founding), 79.