By Ian Christopher Levy
The significant other to John Wyclif comprises 8 titanic essays (2-3, phrases each one) which conceal the entire significant parts of Wyclif's lifestyles and suggestion. every one essay presents well timed learn that's completely grounded within the fundamental texts whereas utilizing the newest secondary literature. Essays comprise: lifestyles and profession; good judgment and metaphysics; Trinity and Christology; ecclesiology and politics; the Christian existence; sacraments; the Bible; his rivals. there is not any similar publication on hand this day.
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Extra resources for A Companion to John Wyclif (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, Volume 4)
K. McHardy, “John Wycliﬀe’s Mission to Bruges: A Financial Footnote,” Journal of Theological Studies 24 (1973), 521–22, for a brief discussion of the ﬁnancing of his trip. He returned owing the Crown more than £7, which suggests that he returned sooner than expected and thus was expected to repay the excess amount he had been given. He did not repay until 1382; Holmes, Good Parliament, p. 20. 58 18 andrew e. larsen Wyclif was also replaced, and while we have no information about why, it is commonly thought that his opposition to papal provisions may have been the main reason.
188. 50 Catto, “Wyclif,” p. 199 n. 83; Hudson and Kenny, “Wyclif, John,” pp. 617–18. 51 E 159/147, Commissiones, Easter; George Holmes, The Good Parliament, (Oxford, 1975), pp. 167–68. 52 Wyclif, De civili dominio 1, ed. 7; see also Aubrey Gwynn, English Austin Friars, pp. 212–16. Catto, “Wyclif,” p. 200, n. 83, rejects the notion that Wyclif was present at the Parliament of 1371, but Workman, 1:210, Gwynn, Austin Friars, p. 213, and Holmes, Good Parliament, p. 168, all feel that he was present.
This remark angered Courtenay, who immediately responded that it was contrary to law and reason that one who had been summoned before the bishop for questioning should sit. This quickly developed into a loud argument between Percy and Courtenay, and then Gaunt joined in as well. He threatened Courtenay, telling him that his parents would not be able to help him, to which the bishop replied that he put Wycliﬃtes in England and at the Council of Constance,” in Huntington Library Quarterly 61 (1998), 1–28, at p.
A Companion to John Wyclif (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, Volume 4) by Ian Christopher Levy