By Levy, I.C., Ian Christopher Levy
The spouse to John Wyclif comprises 8 colossal essays (2-3, phrases each one) which conceal all of the significant parts of Wyclif's existence and notion. every one essay presents well timed learn that's completely grounded within the fundamental texts whereas utilizing the newest secondary literature. Essays contain: lifestyles and occupation; common sense and metaphysics; Trinity and Christology; ecclesiology and politics; the Christian lifestyles; sacraments; the Bible; his competitors. there is not any related booklet on hand this day.
Read Online or Download A Companion to John Wyclif (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition) PDF
Best christianity books
The Judas short demanding situations the elemental Gospel idea that not less than a few major Jews performed a key position in having Jesus completed. writer Gary Greenberg offers an in depth exam of all Gospel debts of antagonistic interplay among Jesus and the Jews, with particular awareness to the Gospel money owed of the Jewish and Roman trials of Jesus.
This examine of non secular swap and cultural fragmentation in modern Sri Lanka makes a speciality of a chain of recent Catholic shrines that allure hundreds and hundreds of pilgrims. Their reputation is predicated, between different issues, on their efficacy as facilities for demonic exorcism, assuaging agony and aiding humans to discover jobs.
Ebook by means of Schlabach, Gerald W.
David Hempton’s historical past of the colourful interval among 1650 and 1832 engages with a very international tale: that of Christianity not just in Europe and North the USA, but in addition in Latin the USA, Africa, Russia and jap Europe, India, China, and South-East Asia. reading eighteenth-century spiritual proposal in its subtle nationwide and social contexts, the writer relates the narrative of the Church to the increase of non secular enthusiasm pioneered by means of Pietists, Methodists, Evangelicals, and Revivalists, and by way of very important leaders like August Hermann Francke, Jonathan Edwards, and John Wesley.
- Ioannis Scythopolitani Prologus Et Scholia in Dionysii Areopagitae Librum 'de Divinis Nominibus' Cum Additamentis Interpretum Aliorum
- Union Made: Working People and the Rise of Social Christianity in Chicago
- Being the Chosen: Exploring a Christian Fundamentalist Worldview
- Medieval Heresy & the Inquisition
- The Sacred Desert: Religion, Literature, Art and Culture
Extra resources for A Companion to John Wyclif (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition)
John Taylor and Wendy Childs, (Gloucester, 1990), pp. 81–96; and Goodman, John of Gaunt, pp. 55–60. john wyclif, c. 1331‒1384 25 What role Wyclif may have played in these events, and what his relationship with John of Gaunt was like during this period is unclear, but there is no evidence that he was actively serving Gaunt or the Crown in the period between his return from Bruges and the end of the Good Parliament. Indeed, in many ways, the diﬃculty that Wyclif had in defending his Westbury prebend suggests that he was out of favor with Gaunt in 1375 or perhaps that Gaunt permitted an attack on Wyclif ’s prebend as a gesture toward the papacy.
Doyle, “William Woodford’s ‘De dominio civili clericorum’ against John Wyclif,” in Speculum 52 (1377), 329–36, at pp. 63–4; Anne Hudson, The Premature Reformation: Wycliﬃte Texts and Lollard History, (Oxford, 1988), p. 64 n. 26. 84 See n. 53 for Catto’s redating of the Great Council. 85 Wyclif, Expositio textus Matthei XXIII 3, in Opera Minora, p. 322. 83 24 andrew e. larsen a factor in his selection for the second delegation. But Wyclif was certainly serving the Crown in 1377 and could certainly have described himself as a royal cleric during that time, so this piece of evidence is also unreliable.
69 Workman, 1:195. 70 John Wyclif, De civili dominio 17, 3:334; Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland (hereafter “CPL”), 4:193; Workman, 1:203–206; Dahmus, pp. 3–5. 71 Vatican Archives, Collectorie 12, fol. 182; Holmes, Good Parliament, p. 176. Unless we assume that the list was compiled in error, this document resolves the uncertainty about whether Wyclif ever actually held the prebend. 72 Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, 1370–4, p. 424. 73 See also Workman, 1:209; Dahmus, p.
A Companion to John Wyclif (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition) by Levy, I.C., Ian Christopher Levy