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Wyclif, John.

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Johann Loserth influenced many by his thesis of Hus's extreme dependence on Wyclif in Wiclif and Hus, translated by Maurice John Evans from the first German edition (London, 1884). Loserth's Hus und Wiclif: Zur Genesis der hussitischen Lehre (Munich, 1925) is a second, revised edition. Czech scholars and others have criticized this thesis, for example, Paul de Vooght in his L'hérésie de Jean Huss (Louvain, 1960). Matthew Spinka's criticism of it had appeared in John Hus and the Czech Reform (1941; reprint, Hamden, Conn., 1966). Spinka extended his argument, showing the importance of the national Czech reform tradition, in John Hus' Concept of the Church (Princeton, 1966). The appendix to this work contains the forty-five articles attributed to Wyclif that were condemned in 1403 and 1412 and the thirty articles for which Hus was executed together with Hus's responses. Spinka translated and...

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