Men like this Davis, Wickliffe, and all the like pecus, roar against the African race.
Wickliffe is supposed to have retired from the storm, into an obscure part of the kingdom.
But let us first see what the crimes of Wickliffe were, for which he had been so severely punished by the holy Roman church.
Of Wickliffe, the patriarch of the Reformation, our knowledge is extremely small.
Under this tree Wickliffe preached, and Queen Elizabeth dined.
These "Conclusiones" are reprinted by Lewis (Wickliffe) p. 337.
Does Mr. Blunt really believe that this was Wickliffe's teaching?
At this place they have, in the church (they say), the identical pulpit from which Wickliffe preached!
Before the service got under way he seized upon an opportunity to be introduced to the Rev. Wickliffe.
If they had, there would have been no Wickliffe, no Husse, no Luther in history.