Twelve Conclusions


Twelve Conclusions
Twelve articles, demanding Church reform, which were posted on the doors of Westminster Hall and *St Paul's Cathedral in February 1395 by Lollards. (
Cf. Martin Luther's similar action with his theses at Wittenberg in October 1517.)

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