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    Namely, John Wycliffe and John Huss, also known as Jan Hus, were predominant pre-reformers of the Protestant Reformation. Through their lifestyle, writings, ideas, John Wycliffe and John Huss triggered the Protestant Reformation. These contributions of Wycliffe and Huss were controversial in their time. The Catholic Church refuted, condemned, and persecuted the contributions that inspired the Protestant Reformation, and the Catholic Church persecuted those who upheld these contributions, such as Wycliffe and Huss. One can subsequently comprehend how these aspects…

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    topic of John Wycliffe the evening star of scholasticism and the morning star of the Reformation. Wycliffe was born in Ipreswell, Yorkshire, England. Wycliffe had a very formal and exceptional education and Wycliffe completed his arts degree at the College of Scholars of Merton in the University of Oxford. That same year he wrote a small treatise, The Last Age of the Church. In the recent events of the malignance of the plague that had subsided only seven years previously, Wycliffe's studies led…

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    John Wycliffe was born in the Yorkshire village of Wycliffe-on-Tees. Scholars differ as to the exact date of birth, but it is generally agreed that He was born in the Yorkshire village of Wycliffe-on-Tees around 1330. He entered Oxford College around 1345, just prior to the outbreak of the Black Death (1349-353). He received his Doctorate of Divinity in 1372. By 1371 Oxford had gained a reputation as the leading school of theological and philosophical studies, and Wycliffe stood out for his…

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    When John Wycliffe and John Huss walked the earth, the Roman Catholic Church was a predominant influence in the life of most Europeans. At this point in history, unrest in the church began to grow. These men were among the first who wanted to see reform in the church who had grown increasingly political and wished to fix the doctrine of the church. John Wycliffe and John Huss desired to stop the corruption that had risen within the Catholic church and their lives were devoted in hopes of…

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    express the idea of equality of men and women, and on the opposite side of the same coin, when a scholar tries to judge Chaucer base on feminist ideas, even if this ideas are correct, they are practically trying to take Chaucer out of his time period and judge him base on our standards. The proper way to study Chaucer is to understand what period he comes from. Chaucer was born around the early 1340’s which was just after the beginning of the Hundred Years War. Chaucer would go on and serve…

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    John Wyclif, a highly controversial man, not only changed the face of English within society, but also within the well-established institution of the medieval church. By the time Wyclif was born in approximately 1330, English was gradually reemerging as the dominant language. Wyclif, however, immensely augmented the use and importance of English. He was born to Catherine and Roger Wyclif in North Riding of Yorkshire in a time of transition, John grew up in a time where change was constantly…

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    social order of his nation. Another example Šmahel uses to justify his point is when he writes, “A ban on all church services, including funerals, would have brought many difficulties for the 40,000 inhabitants of the city [in Prague]. The consequences could have turned people against the reformation movement,” (Šmahel 32). This passage is followed by the idea that Hus then left the country in order to protect the citizens that would have suffered under the ban of religious services. The last…

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    church and its administration. These two reformers were John Wycliffe and Jon Hus. Their ideology and influence created regional conflict between them and the church resulting in laying a foundation for new doctrine and theology applications. John Wycliffe was born in 1320 and grew up during the 100 year wars and became one of the predominate reformers primarily because of his…

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    or large. At the Boys and Girls club I was thought varies ways to overcome my anxiety, things like: hosting events (MC) and even talking in front of small audience. As of right now I am very proud to say I no longer have stage fright. I am proud to say that I host (MC) all the events that is going on at the Florence Degeorge Boys and Girl Club. There was a boy name John, who was very timid to the point he was afraid of interacting with the other kids around him. I took the…

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    destructive acts. First, he rejected the reformative propositions made by John Wycliffe, condemning the man for daring to suggest he was wrong ("Pope Gregory XI"). Next, after he went on a crusade, and focused on the problems in Italy, Gregory XI ignorantly put frenchman in positions of power. This was a problem because the french didn't like the italians, and the feeling was mutual so the Italians decided to revolt and take control of their churches ("CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Gregory XI").…

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