Advocates of reform : from Wyclif to Erasmus / Edited by Matthew Spinka. [print]

Contributor(s): Spinka, Matthew, 1890-1972Material type: TextTextSeries: Library of Christian classics ; v. 14Publisher: Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania] : Westminster Press, [(c)1953Description: 399 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Reformation -- Sources | Reformation -- Early movementsLOC classification: BR301.A386 1953COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
John Wyclif. John Wyclif, advocate of radical reform. On the pastoral office. On the eucharist Conciliarists. Conciliarism as ecclesiastical reform. Henry of Langenstein, A letter on behalf of a council of peace. John Gerson, On the unity of the church. Dietrich of Niem, Ways of uniting and reforming the church. John Major, A disputation on the authority of a council John Hus. John Hus, advocate of spiritual reform. On simony Desiderius Erasmus. Desiderius Erasmus, a humanistic reformer. The enchiridion.
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John Wyclif. John Wyclif, advocate of radical reform. On the pastoral office. On the eucharist Conciliarists. Conciliarism as ecclesiastical reform. Henry of Langenstein, A letter on behalf of a council of peace. John Gerson, On the unity of the church. Dietrich of Niem, Ways of uniting and reforming the church. John Major, A disputation on the authority of a council John Hus. John Hus, advocate of spiritual reform. On simony Desiderius Erasmus. Desiderius Erasmus, a humanistic reformer. The enchiridion.

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