As the team behind this digital archive explains, fourteenth century English theologian John Wyclif has been described as, "the morning star of the Reformation" and also has been accused of supplying, "lying insanities in the ears of many." Wyclif, who was also a Biblical translator and seminary professor at Oxford, "contributed to nearly a century of religious dissent in late-medieval England and to England's first popular heretical movement, known as the Lollards." On this website, which was created by Fordham University theology professor J. Patrick Hornbeck, students of theology and philosophy can explore the works that Wycliff offered in Latin. While readers of Latin can explore these texts in their original language, the website also allows provides Google translations beside each paragraph.
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