The lecture given on February 24, 2020, at Guardian Angels Parish in KCMO, on the medieval theologian John Wyclif and his followers.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/churchcontroversies/support
Agnus: The Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Podcast
Dr. Rory Cox talks to Glenn about war and peace in the philosophical and theological works of the late medieval priest and professor John Wyclif. Support the show and help us reach our goal of producing episodes year-round by becoming a patron on Patreon. Join the conversation on the Claytemple Forum.
The Word of God is Seed: John Wyclif’s Evangelical Theology
Founders Day 2015 - Wyclif presentation by Dr. Sean OttoWhen the founders of Wycliffe College were deciding on that name, they no doubt thought of John Wyclif as a shining example of evangelicalism in an otherwise dark age in which the gospel lay hidden from the eyes of the laity. But was this the case? Who was this man after whom they renamed the Protestant Episcopal Divinity School? What did he stand for? Was he truly evangelical? The short answer is that it is anachronistic to speak of Wyclif as an evangelical in the 19th, 20th, or 21st – century understanding of the word. This lecture explores a much longer answer, one which explores various aspects of Wyclif’s theology, removing (to borrow a phrase from K.B. MacFarlane) “several layers of rich brown Protestant varnish” to unearth something of the man and his times, but leaves it to the listener to decide whether or not we can call Wyclif evangelical.
Pawel Kras, John Wyclif's Writings in Fifteenth-Century Bohemia and Poland (2007)
Henry Charles Lea Lectures
A lecture presented on 27 February 2007 in the Rosenwald Gallery of the Van-Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania. Introduction, by Edward M. Peters, University of Pennsylvania; lecture by Pawel Kras; question and answer session. Pawel Kras is Associate Professor of History in the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland.