Endowed with integrity , moral courage, and a deep love and understanding of the Bible, John Wycliffe was amply suited to set in motion the great revolution that was consummated generations later by Martin Luther and other celebrated religious reformers in England and in Europe. The man who came to be known as the “morning star” of the Protestant Reformation was born in the mid-1320s in Yorkshire, England.
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