Advocates of reform, from Wyclif to Erasmus / edited by Matthew Spinka.


Philadelphia : Westminster Press, 1953.

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Subjects Reformation -- Early movements.
Reformation -- Sources.
Reformation.
Series Library of Christian classics (Philadelphia, Pa.) ; v. 14.
Description 399 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1953.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 380-382) and indexes.
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.
Genre Sources.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)378653
(OCoLC)ocm00378653
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Spinka, Matthew, 1890-1972,
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