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Events/Synod of Dort
Events/Synod of Dort
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Wycliffe explains his thoughts before the Archbishop
Wycliffe explains his thoughts before the Archbishop
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The Synod of Elvira. Approximately 305-306. Spain. Colored e
The Synod of Elvira. Approximately 305-306. Spain. Colored e
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King Henry II and Irish clergy
King Henry II and Irish clergy
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Simon Episcopius - Dutch theologian and Remonstrant
Simon Episcopius - Dutch theologian and Remonstrant
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Senate and Synod Building - St Petersburg, Russia
Senate and Synod Building - St Petersburg, Russia
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Archbishop of Canterbury with Bishops of London & Salisbury
Archbishop of Canterbury with Bishops of London & Salisbury
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Russian Synod Printing
Russian Synod Printing
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Council of Whitby
Council of Whitby
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Wycliffe explains his thoughts before the Archbishop Featured Image

Wycliffe explains his thoughts before the Archbishop

John Wycliffe (circa 1320s 1384) -an English scholastic philosopher, theologian, biblical translator, reformer, priest, and a seminary professor at the University of Oxford. He became an influential dissident within the Roman Catholic priesthood during the 14th century and is considered an important predecessor to Protestantism. Wycliffe attacked the privileged status of the clergy, which had bolstered their powerful role in England. He then attacked the luxury and pomp of local parishes and their ceremonies. On 17 November 1382, Wycliffe was summoned before a synod at Oxford, here he explained his thoughts before the Archbishop of Canterbury and other Bishops.
1382

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