Early Church Documents: W
Excerpt from Of the Sects of the Modern Heretics, outlining
Waldensian doctrine from an unsympathetic viewpoint. Maitland translation,
1832. --- MSBP
Lateran Council III, 1179:
Dealt with Albigensianism and Waldensianism, among other matters.
translation. --- St. Michael's Depot
Waldo, Peter, southern French Christian dissident, (XII
Anonymous: The Conversion of Peter
Waldo, Robinson translation, 1905.
William of Ockham, English philosopher and theologian,
translation, 1995. --- British
Wulfila, Arian bishop and missionary to the Goths, (IV
Auxentius of Durostorum: On Wulfila:
Wulfila, who translated the Bible into Gothic,
was Auxentius' foster-father. This letter includes an Arian creed written
by Wulfila. Marchand translation.
Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York, English political
philosopher, (X/XI Centuries):
Sermon of the Wolf to the English:
Jeremiad, consciously modeled on that of St.
Gildas the Wise, denouncing the corruption and chaos of English society and
making a nationalist appeal against Viking occupation. Old English with
modern English translation and extensive scholarly apparatus; a remarkable
hypertext by Melissa J. Bernstein.
--- Univ. of Rochester
Wycliffe, John, English dissident theologian and Bible
translator, (XIV Century):
Reply of John Wycliffe:
To his summons by the Pope to come to Rome. Thatcher
translation, 1907. --- MSBP
Thatcher translation, 1907.
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