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John Wycliffe: The Morning Star (1984)

01/01/1984 (US) 1h 15m
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This affecting biography chronicles the life and times of prominent European philosopher John Wycliffe, who was the first to translate the Bible into English. The 14th century, Oxford University scholar often found himself caught between opposing theological, political and societal forces: He defended England's autonomy against the pontiff's authority and championed the indigent against the wealthy's abuses.

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  1. James Downie


  2. Peter Howell

    Peter Howell

    Dr. John Wycliffe

  3. Barrie Cookson

    Dr. Nicholas Hereford

  4. Jeremy Roberts

    Jeremy Roberts


  5. Peter J. Cassell


  6. Mel Churcher

    Wycliffe's Niece

  7. Noel Howlett

    Noel Howlett

    Archbishop Sudbury

  8. Malcolm Terris

    Malcolm Terris


  9. Martin Matthews


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John Wycliffe: The Morning Star
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