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Synonyms for Wyclif

English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrine anticipated the Protestant Reformation (1328-1384)

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Prescinding from the fact that no Wycliffite confession of faith (a la Augsburg or Trent) exists to which the disparate admirers of John Wyclif (d.
Wyclif had accused certain "prelatis" of "bicomen je deuelis iogelours to blynde men-nus gostly ei-Den" and throughout the early modem period priestly functions were frequently attacked as mere 'Juggling' by Protestant apologists.
Wyclif similarly connects the faith of the primitive church to the argument against clerical temporalities in Sermones, ed.
The young animal was found in a garden in the Wyclif Way area on Wednesday morning and had suffered a severely broken leg, caused by a fox trap.
One of the great spiritual thinkers of history, Wyclif gained many followers and detractors.
However, a similar vehicle was found abandoned at Wyclif Court, in St John Street, Islington.
Victor, Joachim of Fiore, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventure, Rashi, Abraham ibn Ezra, and Nicolas of Lyra, ending with John Wyclif.
Well-known as a key theological work opposing the teaching of Wyclif and the Lollards, Netter's massive treatise receives new consideration in this study.
Church reformer John Wyclif was rector at nearby Lutterworth and the meeting led to a local uprising.
8 In religion, John Wyclif and his followers were the first to translate the Bible into which language?
Did Wyclif translate much if not all of the Bible that bears his name or were John Purvey and others mainly responsible?
Alexander Wyclif Reed (text) Maori Tales of Long Ago New Holland, 2010 128pp NZ$29.
El pope Bogomilo, Cosmas el presbitero, Esteban y Lisois, el monje Enrique, Valdo de Lyon, Ramon VI de Toulouse, Pierre Autier, Fray Dolcino, Margarita Porete, John Wyclif y Juan Hus son los herejes protagonistas de esta obra.
Cole sets out to demolish both of these theses, showing through a careful reconstruction of extant documents that Archbishop William Courtenay used the council to "overcome the jurisdictional distinctions between church and university" that had protected Wyclif throughout his career (5).