WindowBuilding Name: Adrian College Chapel
Studio Name: Willet Hauser Architectural Glass
Window Shape: 2 (rectangle)
Date of Window: 1964
Subject/Title of Window: The Right to Dissent
Brief Description of Subject: The eight north windows represent the deveopment of Christian beliefs and the Christian church prior to the Reformation. Central figure is John Wycliffe (?-1384 A.D.), Archbishop of Canterbury, teacher, dissenter, sending out the Lollards. Upper: chalice, grapes and wafers symbolize his dissent against Church’s teaching about Lord’s Supper; Lower: open Bible with broken chains symbolize Bible he caused to have translated for the people The central figureis John Wycliffe (?-1384 A.D.) Archbishop of Canterbury, teacher, dissenter. He standssending out the Lollards. At the upper part of the window is a chalice, the grapes and wafers, symbolizing his dissent against The Church’s teaching about The Lord’s Supper. At the lower part of the window is open Bible with broken chains, symbolizing the Bible he caused to have translated for the people.
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