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Faith and Fire: Popular and Unpopular Religion, 1350-1600

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Faith and Fire: Popular and Unpopular Religion, 1350-1600 - Aston, Margaret, and Aston, David
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The upheavals in belief that took place in the later Middle Ages and the Reformation cannot be grasped without understanding the relationship between the doctrine of the church and the actual beliefs of the people. This collection illustrates the workings of this tension, particularly through the rise and repression of Lollardy. It is exemplified in the ambivalence of Wycliffe himself, a member of the academic establishment yet the founder of a popular movement. The learning of the Renaissance, above all advances in the ...

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Faith and Fire: Popular and Unpopular Religion, 1350-1600 1993, Hambledon Press, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781852850739

Hardcover