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Robert Vaughan divides the work into three parts, the first of which is biographical. The second part of the volume is analytical, supplying a brief account of the writings of Wycliffe still in manuscript, with numerous extracts, and a translation from the original Latin of the most important chapters of the Trialogus. The third part contains over fifty tracts, treatises, letters, and more.

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John Wycliffe (1324-1384), also spelled Wyclif, lived almost 200 years before the Reformation, but his beliefs and teachings closely match those of Luther, Calvin and other Reformers. As a man ahead of his time, historians have called Wycliffe the Morning star of the Reformation.

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