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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(A.D. 1369–6 July 1415) Jan Hus, also known as Iohannes Hus and Johannes Huss was a Czech theologian, philosopher, scholar, and religious leader is often referred to as the one of the first reformers with John Wycliffe of England. He opposed the trafficking of indulgences, the Crusades, and the administration of the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper with just the bread and instead of both the bread and wine. He appealed to the Bible as the ultimate source of authority in the Church. He was condemned and executed as a heretic. His followers rebelled and vestiges of this rebellion continued to exist until it was assumed by the Protestant Reformation. Martin Luther even referred to himself as a Hussite.

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