TO the thoughtful student of history there is a remarkable parallel between the gradual increase of spiritual understanding and the opening up of vast territories for settlement by the peoples of Europe since the fourteenth century. In the fourteenth century John Wycliffe, in England, and his followers, the Lollards, attempted to reform the church from within.
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