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The spouse to John Wyclif comprises 8 enormous essays (2-3, phrases every one) which conceal all of the significant parts of Wyclif's lifestyles and concept. each one essay presents well timed study that's completely grounded within the fundamental texts whereas using the latest secondary literature. Essays contain: lifestyles and profession; common sense and metaphysics; Trinity and Christology; ecclesiology and politics; the Christian existence; sacraments; the Bible; his rivals. there isn't any similar publication to be had this present day.

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Since students normally entered Oxford at fourteen or fifteen, this would suggest that Wyclif was born c. 1335. 31 This means that Wyclif might have matriculated any year between 1346 and 1350, depending on how much progress he was able to make in his studies during the disruption. 32 However, as already noted, in William Courtenay’s analysis of the impact of the Black Death on Oxford, he found little evidence of severe disruption and a strikingly low mortality rate among university scholars, Austin Friars, pp.

41–42. 45 CPL, 4:193; Fasciculi Zizianiorum, ed. Walter Waddington Shirley, (RS 5) (London, 1858), pp. 4, 14, 43; Robson, Wyclif, pp. 15, 163; Catto, “Wyclif,” p. 188; Thomson, pp. 227–9 (but see Courtenay, Schools, p. 191, n. 59). 42 14 andrew e. 47 Canterbury College was founded in 1361 as a mixed college of seculars and Benedictine monks from Canterbury intended to help meet the dearth of educated clergy resulting from the Black Death. This arrangement proved unworkable and in 1365 Islip reformed the college as a secular institution with new statutes.

John wyclif, c. 1331‒1384 9 to be treated as a statement made assertative? Why did John Kedington’s statements during a determination arouse such a strong response? Why did the archbishop of Canterbury become concerned about Uthred’s classroom theories only in 1368, almost a full decade after Uthred was a regent master? The answer in both cases is that wider political tensions made these two men lightning rods for censure. In a different political climate, it is possible that neither man’s ideas would have provoked any formal action.

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