02/25/20 • 55 min
He has been called "The Morning Star of the Reformation" by Protestants, and is sometimes regarded as the last great scholastic theologian of the Middle Ages. He denied the doctrine of transubstantiation, translated parts of the bible from Latin to English, and sent lay preachers out into the English countryside to teach poor people. His followers were condemned by the Church and persecuted by English authorities, but a scattered few remained in existence at the time of the Reformation in England. In this episode, Controversies in Church History retails the exploits of the medieval theologian John Wyclif, why the Church condemned his teachings, and what we can learn from his challenge to the Church's faith.
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