Lollardy

Erin Burnett
Mind Map by Erin Burnett, updated more than 1 year ago
Erin Burnett
Created by Erin Burnett over 6 years ago
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Mind map for Lollardy

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Lollardy
  1. Beliefs
    1. Heretics: challenged RCC doctrine
      1. John Wycliffe: Bible in English
        1. Oxford University
        2. No transubtantiation
          1. No papal headship
            1. Rejected tradition in favour of sola scriptura
            2. Location
              1. Chiltern Hills = biggest group
                1. Rural
                  1. Lower class artisans
                  2. Coventry, Cambridge, East Anglia, Cotswolds
                    1. None in the north, south or west
                    2. Historiography
                      1. Traditionalist
                        1. Smith: Lollardy was an important background force
                        2. Revisionalist
                          1. Elton: Lollardy had no part in Reformation
                        3. Impact
                          1. No unified beliefs
                            1. Ignorance?
                              1. The only record of beliefs is The Twelve Conclusions of Lollardy
                                1. Not authoritative
                              2. Lollardy grew after 1500
                                1. Heresy hunting?
                                2. Small, underground
                                3. Lollard is a derogatory term for uneducated people
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