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In fact he had a running skirmish with his particular group of Wesleyan Methodists as a result of his rashness to teach without proper qualifications and also his enthusiasm to bring people to church who left lice on the church benches
John Foxe entered Oxford still a boy. He was eventually elected a fellow of Magdalen College, and from 1539 to 1545 he studied church history. He converted to Protestantism and […]
The “father of the English Bible” was apparently born in a hamlet near the Welsh border about 1490. He arrived at Oxford with a gift for languages and began studying […]