The Emperor broke his sacred word and sacrificed Hus to his enemies.
What right, asked Hus, had the Pope to claim the "power of the keys?"
It is possibly indirectly through Wenceslaus that Hus became acquainted with the writings and teachings of Wycliffe.
For faith and freedom he fought—the faith of Hus and the freedom of Bohemia.
Shan't beg your Hus—I mean Mr. Paine's pardon; he ought to thank me for the compliment.
He had studied the writings of Wycliffe and of Hus, and often appealed to Wycliffe in his works.
Hus was next charged with saying, "that he was and would be a Fourth Person in the Trinity."
In days gone by they had spoken of Hus as a "causer of war."
Hus had been disposed of, and again the papacy had risen triumphant.
It is found in no medival writer, and was taught neither by Wycliffe nor by Hus.