John Wycliffe

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Noun1.John Wycliffe - English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrine anticipated the Protestant Reformation (1328-1384)John Wycliffe - English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrine anticipated the Protestant Reformation (1328-1384)
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Protestant works tended to focus on the way that they (and forerunners John Wycliffe, John Huss, Peter Waldo, and others) were persecuted by the Catholic Church.
Many of the Bible's English words date back to 1395 when John Wycliffe translated the first English Bible from Latin," explains Ray Geide, the translator of this book.
More actively engaged Reformation proselytizers appeared to create novels about the pre-Protestant life of John Wycliffe and the Lollards (1328-1384).
Explanations of the development of the English Bible featuring the stories of John Wycliffe, William Tyndale and Henry VIII, the Geneva Bible and the King James version, ?
For three years he found refuge among those early Baptists in Powys, known as "Lollards" who had learned the gospel from John Wycliffe.
For the Swift Valley is not only rich in wildlife, it is also an area forever associated with John Wycliffe, the great 14th century religious reformer, a man who anticipated the Reformation and the rise of Protestantism in England.
Pioneiro em muitos sentidos, a sua avaliacao do papel da ciencia e do metodo cientifico no desenvolvimento do conhecimento e considerada de grande importancia e deixou marcas nos seus sucessores, que incluem nomes tao importantes como Roger Bacon, Duns Escoto, Guilherme de Ockham e John Wycliffe.
Continuing along a stretch of concrete roadway, we pass Old Dairy House on the left, before bearing left on a lane that leads to Wycliffe Church, which has links with the religious reformer, John Wycliffe.
Followers of John Wycliffe may have worn white, but she is not the Lollard she is accused of being.
So did the theological influence of the English John Wycliffe and the Waldensians.
The bride's two brothers, Anderson Arthur Bussey and John Wycliffe Bussey III, both of Jackson, also served as groomsmen.
This would have resulted in a far greater focus on Jewish biblical scholarship in late antiquity and the Middle Ages and far less on the theologians from Augustine to John Wycliffe.