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Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York

Arthur Geoffrey Dickens

Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York

1509-1558.

by Arthur Geoffrey Dickens

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Published by Oxford U.P. in Oxford .
Written in English


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Moving to Hull, native territory, he published in the s a string of documents and articles, culminating in Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of . LOLLARDS AND PROTESTANTS IN THE DIOCESE OF YORK This page intentionally left blank LOLLARDS AND PROTESTANTS IN THE DIOCESE OF YORK BY A. G. DICKENS THE HAMBLEDON PRESS The Hambledon Press 35 Gloucester Avenue London NW17 AX History Reprint 1 ISBN 0 05 2 (Cased) ISBN 0 06 0 .

Heresy Trials in the Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, –12 - Volume 14 Issue 2 - John FinesCited by:   The evidence given us by John Foxe in his Book of Martyrs provides more information about the social and theological standing of Lollards than we know about many later religious dissidents. Recent work has added to our knowledge. Geoffrey Dickens and Claire Cross have reconsidered the place of the Lollards in the development of the English Reformation, Cited by: 6.

Lollards & the. Reformation Religion & Religious Change in England, c Historiography: More opinion than evidence. Considerable overlap: Denial of transubstantiation some Lollards went further on this than English reformers would do until the reign of Edward VI Intercession of saints Veneration of images, relics, pilgrimages Papal authority over the Church and . Synopsis. LOLLARDS, a title applied to the followers of Wiclif in England, though the terni was previously used of sectaries in Germany. Hocsem of Liege () speaks of "quidam hypocritæ gyrovagi qui Lollardi sive Deum laudantes vocabantur." His derivation, which would connect the word with the root which we leave in lullaby, and makes the term equivalent to canters, is .


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of Lollards) but they were certainly not Lutherans and much of this type of heresy must have been of native growth. A Yorkshire gentleman, John Lascells, is found associated with one group of them * A. Dickens, Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York, II, Oxford University Press, I, pp.

30os. In York and throughout the diocese the Marian reaction nevertheless lacked the drama which it developed in those areas where Protestants proved numerous and their persecutors resolute.

The new archbishop, Nicholas Heath, was a moderate and an absentee, while the chief ecclesiastical judges at York, Drs. Rokeby and Dakyn, seem in general to have.

Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York, Thomas Cromwell and the English Reformation, Reformation and Society in Sixteenth Century Europe,   Inhe published the fruits of years of original research into record sources in Lollards And Protestants In The Diocese of York - a book.

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Professor Dickens wrote prolifically about many aspects of the Reformation. His works include ''Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of .Diocese of York, York.

K likes. Founded in AD and led by the Archbishop of York, the Diocese of York is a family of churches and schools in 5/5(2).The Beginnings of Lollardy.—During the earlier part of his public career Wyclif had come forward as an ally of the anti-clerical and anti-papal nobility, and especially of John of had asserted the right of temporal lords to take the goods of an undeserving clergy and, as a necessary consequence, he had attacked the power of excommunication.