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Wycliffe and the Lollards


T&T Clark 1908

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An unusually full yet concise account of the great English Reformer, discussing, among other features of his life and work, his early surroundings, student life, his mission to Bruges, his theology and character, Lollardism in England and Scotland, and the results of Wycliffe’s teachings within the Roman Church.

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Key Features

  • Provides a full and in depth account on John Wycliffe’s life
  • Discusses the early life of Wycliffe to give a better understanding of his background
  • Explores the impact that Wycliffe had on the Roman Church


  • Reformers before the Reformation
  • Wycliffe’s Early Surroundings
  • Wycliffe’s Student Life
  • Tiara and Crown
  • Wycliffe’s Mission to Bruges
  • Rector of Lutterworth
  • The Papal Ban Against Wycliffe
  • The Friars and the Papacy
  • Wycliffe’s Lollards, Bible and Tracts
  • Wycliffe’s Death
  • Wycliffe and the English Bible
  • Wycliffe’s “Poor Preachers”
  • Wycliffe’s Theology
  • The Character of Wycliffe
  • Lollardism in England
  • Lollardism in Scotland
  • Lollardism on the Continent

Praise for the Print Edition

This is a scholarly treatment, condensed and highly attractive.

American Journal of Theology

Product Details

  • Title: Wycliffe and the Lollards
  • Author: J. C. Carrick
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner’s Sons
  • Publication Date: 1908
  • Pages: 329

About J. C. Carrick

John Charles Carrick (1860–1914) earned his master of arts and a bachelor of divinity from Edinburgh University. He was the author of numerous works, including The Story of the Burning Bush: A Simple Narrative of the Church of Scotland and The Abbey of S. Mary, Newbottle.

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