By Levy, I.C., Ian Christopher Levy
The better half to John Wyclif includes 8 sizeable essays (2-3, phrases every one) which conceal the entire significant parts of Wyclif's lifestyles and suggestion. every one essay offers well timed learn that's completely grounded within the basic texts whereas utilizing the newest secondary literature. Essays comprise: existence and occupation; common sense and metaphysics; Trinity and Christology; ecclesiology and politics; the Christian existence; sacraments; the Bible; his rivals. there isn't any related ebook to be had this day.
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54 Eulogium (historiarum sive temporis) ed. S. Haydon, (RS 9) (London, 1858–63), 3:337–9; Workman, 1:228–30; Holmes, Good Parliament, p. I. Catto, “An Alleged Great Council of 1374,” English Historical Review, 82 (1967), 764–71. The Eulogium dates the Council to 1374, but Catto persuasively argues that it must have occurred in 1373; Workman’s treatment of the incident is thus out of context. 55 Wyclif, Determinacio Johannis Wyclif ad argumenta magistri Outredi de Omesima monachi, in Opera Minora, ed.
103 Knighton, Knighton’s Chronicle, p. 312; St. Albans, pp. 76–79; Goodman, John of Gaunt, p. 241. 104 The events are described in St. Albans, pp. 80–85; and also in an English transcription of the same work, the “Transcript of a Chronicle in the Harleian Library of Mss No. 6217, entitled ‘A Historical Relation of certain passages about the end of King Edward the Third and of his Death’,” ed. Thomas Amyot, in Archaeologia 22 (1829), 204–84, at pp. 253–9; a rather diﬀerent version of the events can be found in Walsingham’s Historia Anglicana, ed.
702–5. York, Borthwick Institute, reg. 10A, Reg. Zouche (York), fos 49v, 50r, 52r, 53r; Catto, “Wyclif,” p. 187; Wilks, “John Wyclif,” p. 1. 35 William J. Dohar, The Black Death and Pastoral Leadership: The Diocese of Hereford in the Fourteenth Century (Philadelphia, 1995), p. 70. 36 Workman, 1:37–42. 34 12 andrew e. 39 As already noted, John Wyclif enrolled as an arts student in Oxford around 1350, and became a bachelor of arts by 1356 and a probationary fellow at Merton College, although for unknown reasons he apparently did not complete his probationary year.