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Which 14th-century theologian and reformer spoke out against the principle of transubstantiation?

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  1. King Henry VIII
    Johannes Kepler
    John Wycliffe
    Pope Gregory XI

    I feel like it's C but I'm not entirely sure though.

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  2. Yes, C.

    https://www.christianitytoday.com/history/people/moversandshakers/john-wycliffe.html

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