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By Levy, I.C., Ian Christopher Levy

The better half to John Wyclif comprises 8 monstrous essays (2-3, phrases every one) which conceal all of the significant components of Wyclif's existence and idea. each one essay presents well timed examine that's completely grounded within the basic texts whereas applying the newest secondary literature. Essays contain: existence and occupation; good judgment and metaphysics; Trinity and Christology; ecclesiology and politics; the Christian lifestyles; sacraments; the Bible; his competitors. there isn't any related booklet to be had at the present time.

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155–61. 109 john wyclif, c. 111 Dahmus has essentially focused on the necessary cause of the summons, and his approach quite rightly draws attention to the fact that accusations of heresy require some grounding in theologically dubious statements. However, by rejecting the political motive for the summons, Dahmus has thrown out the sufficient cause for the argument. If political motives played no part in the summons, why did the summons happen the way it did? Why were they brought early in 1377, at a time when the bishops must certainly have known about Gaunt’s support for Wyclif ?

The grant of power to the commission can be found in the Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, 1370–74, p. 462. 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.

197–492; William Mallard, “Dating the Sermones Quadraginta of John Wyclif,” Medievalia et Humanistica 17 (1966), 86–105; Siegfried Wenzel, “A New Version of Wyclif ’s Sermones Quadraginta,” Journal of Theological Studies 49 (1998), pp. 155–61. 109 john wyclif, c. 111 Dahmus has essentially focused on the necessary cause of the summons, and his approach quite rightly draws attention to the fact that accusations of heresy require some grounding in theologically dubious statements. However, by rejecting the political motive for the summons, Dahmus has thrown out the sufficient cause for the argument.

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