The Wycliffite Heresy

Authority and the Interpretation of Texts (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature) by Kantik Ghosh

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Subjects:

  • Blasphemy, heresy, apostasy,
  • Christianity,
  • Literary studies: classical, early & medieval,
  • c 1000 CE to c 1500,
  • History,
  • Middle Ages, 600-1500,
  • Medieval Church (476-1517),
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Lollards,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • History of doctrines,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Medieval,
  • Bible--Evidences, authority, etc.--History of doctrines,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Belles Lettres,
  • Criticism, interpretation, etc.,
  • Bible,
  • Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Evidences, authority, etc,
  • Evidences, authority, etc.
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7755056M
ISBN 100521807204
ISBN 109780521807203

John Wycliffe - John Wycliffe - Translation of the Bible: From August until the summer of , Wycliffe was in his rooms at Queen’s College, busy with his plans for a translation of the Bible and an order of Poor Preachers who would take Bible truth to the people. (His mind was too much shaped by Scholasticism, the medieval system of learning, to do the latter himself.). The Lollard Society invites proposals for the two sessions it will co-sponsor at the International Medieval Conference in Kalamazoo, MI. Abstracts should be sent to Michael Van Dussen at michael[dot]vandussen[at]mcgill[dot]ca no later than Sept. 15 “Centers, Peripheries, and Networks of Reform in the Fifteenth Century” [co-sponsored with the Jean Gerson Society]. Studies of the writings of the Wycliffites have shifted, in the past thirty years, from the periphery to the centre of research into the literature, history and culture of England at the end of the Middle Ages, but this is the first book on the Wycliffite translation of the Bible since Margaret Deanesly’s The Lollard Bible and Other Medieval. Dating from the late medieval period in England, this volume is a collection of English translations of Wycliffe’s writings, the Wycliffite texts. The records of heresy trials discloses that, far from practicing a wholly negative Christianity, Wycliffites were as keenly interested in .

A. Hudson, Lollards & their Books (repr. essays) Hambledon 85 Christina von Nolcken MP 83 Unremarked group of Wycliffite Later sermons Anthony Kenny PBA 72 86 Wyclif H. Spencer MS 48 86 A Lollard sermon-cycle in the 15thc. Alan Fletcher MAE 56 87 John Mirk & the Lollards. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Material Text in Wycliffite Biblical Scholarship: Inscription and Sacred Text by David Lavinsky (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!   The Lollard Society is sponsoring two sessions at the 49th Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan (to be held May ). 1. What Is a Wycliffite Book? In recent years scholars have been expanding and complicating definitions of what constitutes heresy, orthodoxy, and heterodoxy, investigating how so-called Wycliffite practices intersect with. At present Fleming was, in some points at least, a warm adherent of the Wycliffite party, which still maintained its strength among the scholars of Oxford. In Archbishop Arundel had held a provincial council there, at which stringent decrees were passed against the reading of Wycliffe's books and an attempt made to regulate the studies of.

  In Sbinco received a letter from Gregory XII stating that the Holy See had been informed of the spread of the Wycliffite heresy and especially of King Wenceslaus's sympathy with the sectaries. This stirred up the king to measures of prosecution and aroused the university to clear itself of the suspicion of heresy.

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This is a study of the Wycliffite heresy, otherwise known as Lollardy, which flourished in England in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries. Kantik Ghosh examines major texts by John Wyclif, William Woodford, Nicolas Love, Thomas Netter as well as the anonymous authors of the English Wycliffite Sermons, along with a wide range of Cited by:   The Wycliffite Heresy: Authority and the Interpretation of Texts.(Book Review) by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Printer Frien, articles and books.

This is a study of the Wycliffite heresy, otherwise known as Lollardy, which flourished in England in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries. Kantik Ghosh examines major texts by John Wyclif, William Woodford, Nicolas Love, Thomas Netter as well as the anonymous authors of the English Wycliffite Sermons, along with a wide range of.

Kantik Ghosh, The Wycliffite Heresy (review). Dating from the late medieval period in England, this collection of modern English translations of Wyclif's writings, Wycliffite texts, and the records of heresy trials discloses that, far from practicing a wholly negative Christianity, Wycliffites were as keenly interested in the.

The Wycliffite heresy: authority and the interpretation of texts / Kantik Ghosh. By: Ghosh, Kantik, Series: Cambridge studies in medieval literature: Lollardy, the movement deriving from the ideas of John Wyclif at the end of the fourteenth century, was the only heresy that affected medieval England.

The history of the movement has been written hitherto largely from accounts and documents put together by its enemies which, as well as being hostile, distort and simplify the views, methods, and developments of new study.

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Wycliffe's Bible is the name now given to a group of Bible translations into Middle English that were made under the direction of John appeared over a period from approximately to These Bible translations were the chief inspiration and chief cause of the Lollard movement, a pre-Reformation movement that rejected many of the distinctive teachings of the Roman Catholic.

Notes: [1] Since owning a Wycliffite biblical text could be used as evidence of heresy, it is not unusual that a Wycliffite manuscript has little indication of early ownership. [2] Ownership likely passed down through his mother, Elizabeth Josephine Peckover (–).

After the late fourteenth century, English literature was fundamentally shaped by the heresy of John Wyclif and his followers. This study demonstrates how Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, John Clanvowe, Margery Kempe, Thomas Hoccleve and John Lydgate, far from eschewing Wycliffism out of fear of censorship or partisan distaste, viewed Wycliffite ideas as a distinctly new intellectual resource.

After the late fourteenth century, English literature was fundamentally shaped by the heresy of John Wyclif and his followers. This study demonstrates how Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, John Clanvowe, Margery Kempe, Thomas Hoccleve and John Lydgate, far from eschewing Wycliffism out of fear of censorship or partisan distaste, viewed Wycliffite ideas as a distinctly new.

16 Wilks, [M.], [‘ Misleading manuscripts: Wyclif and the non-wycliffite bible ’], SCH 11 () ppespecially pp and notes. I find it hard to accept the main thesis of Wilks’s paper, that there existed a pre- or non-Wycliffite vernacular bible which the lollards took over and modified.

John Wycliffe (/ ˈ w ɪ k l ɪ f /; also spelled Wyclif, Wycliff, Wiclef, Wicliffe, Wickliffe; c. s – 31 December ) was an English scholastic philosopher, theologian, biblical translator, reformer, priest, and a seminary professor at the University of became an influential dissident within the Roman Catholic priesthood during the 14th century and is considered an important.

Book Description: The reform movement known variously as Wycliffism or Lollardy is now a familiar feature of the premodern intellectual and religious landscape. But even though "heresy" has migrated to the forefront of medieval studies in recent decades, Wycliffite biblical scholarship itself has escaped sustained attention, especially its.

Book series: Medieval Church Studies, Place: publisher, year: Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, and theological resonances of the Wycliffite controversies. Far from adhering to the traditional binary divide between ‘orthodoxy’ and ‘heresy’ as a tool for explaining the.

Wycliffite teachings on the Eucharist were declared heresy at the Blackfriars Council of William Sawtry, a priest, was reportedly burned in for his belief that "bread remains in the same nature as before" after consecration by a priest. In the early 15th century a priest named Richard Wyche was accused of false doctrine.

The volume is arranged in three main parts: John Wyclif, English Wycliffite Writings, and Heresy Trials. Part I contains translations of Latin sermons and devotional works. Part II, which comprises the bulk of the volume, is broken down into four sections: forms of living, exegesis and commentary, Wycliffite devotion, and ecclesial spirituality.

ثبت نام در خبرنامه. جهت ثبت‌نام در خبرنامه تکمیل اطلاعات زیر ضروری است. Kennedy suggests that the ‘Shadow of the Reformation’ has created a binary view of Wycliffite Bibles, linking them to heresy and illegality. As the name suggests, Wycliffite Bibles have commonly been linked to John Wyclif and the movement which was opposed by the English church in the 15th and early 16th centuries.

Get this from a library. The Wycliffite heresy: authority and the interpretation of texts. [Kantik Ghosh] -- "Kantik Ghosh argues that one of the main reasons for Lollardy's sensational resonance for its times, and for its immediate posterity, was its exposure of fundamental problems in late-medieval.

InArchbishop Thomas Arundel banned the Wycliffite Bible, along with the heresy attributed to Oxford theologian John Wyclif for which it was named. Containing the first complete translation of the Bible into English, the Wycliffite Bible is nonetheless the most numerous extant work in Middle English by a wide margin.

Ghosh analyzes Wyclif’s and Wycliffite biblical interpretation. McSheffrey considers what trial records can reveal about the religious practice of later lollards.

Forrest explains how heresy was investigated in medieval England. Lahey. Wycliffe's Bible is the name now given to a group of Bible translations into Middle English that were made under the direction of, or at the instigation of, John appeared over a period from approximately to [1] These Bible translations were the chief inspiration and chief cause of the Lollard movement, a pre-Reformation movement that rejected many of the distinctive.

The Premature Reformation Wycliffite Texts and Lollard History Anne Hudson. A Clarendon Press Publication. Considering substantial new evidence, and offering the most coherent picture to date of the movement, this is the most complete account of Lollardy, the medieval English heresy derived from the ideas of John Wyclif.

Heresy and the English Reformation: Bogomil-Cathar Influence on Wycliffe, Langland, Tyndale and Milton this book explores the dualist religious movement which developed as a culture of the masses and took place in Europe between the 12th and 17th centuries.

It examines the strong parallels between the Bogomils and Cathars and the religious. Wycliffite Bible: WB: Josiah Forshall and Frederic Madden, eds., The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, with the Apocryphal Books, in the Earliest English Versions Made from the Latin Vulgate by John Wycliffe and His Followers, 4 vols.

(Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) WW, NT. After the late fourteenth century, English literature was fundamentally shaped by the heresy of John Wyclif and his followers. This study demonstrates how Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, John Clanvowe, Margery Kempe, Thomas Hoccleve and John Lydgate, far from eschewing Wycliffism out of fear of censorship or partisan distaste, viewed Wycliffite ideas as a distinctly new intellectual : Pasta blanda.

The majority of this book is taken up, however, not with a history of the influence of Lollardy on the poetic imagination of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century writers, but rather with a history of Wycliffism as an ‘ideologically diverse and aesthetically enabling feature of late.

Wycliffite Bible, digital facsimile on CD-ROM. A facsimile of the Wycliffite Bible manuscript (ca. ) held by the Bridwell Library at Southern Methodist University. The disc is available for viewing only in Special Collections.

Call number: Rare Book Collection AC A1 no. Wycliffite Versions of. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does.Hussite, any of the followers of the Bohemian religious reformer Jan Hus, who was condemned by the Council of Constance (–18) and burned at the stake.

After his death in many Bohemian knights and nobles published a formal protest and offered protection to those who were persecuted for.