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GaLm

  • 3 years ago

What were the basic beliefs of John Wycliffe?

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  1. Opcode
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    He was burn at the stake right? Because he translated the bible to English? I think his basic principles(He was a philosopher): That the church should be poor. <-- All I know. Sorry :( "archbishops in England make sworn submission to the king and receive their temporalities. The king is to protect his vassals against damage to their possessions; in case the clergy through their misuse of the temporalities cause injury, the king must offer protection. When the king turns over temporalities to the clergy, he places them under his jurisdiction, from which later pronouncements of the popes cannot release them. If the clergy relies on papal pronouncements, it must be subjected to obedience to the king." - Wikipedia. So meh. I'd like to learn more about him too :3

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    thanks :)

  3. Opcode
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    No problem.

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