Berton William, Dd
Berton William, D.D.
an eminent English divine, flourished about 1381, in the reign of king Richard II, and was some time chancellor of the University of Oxford. He is noted for his opposition to the doctrines of Wycliffe, having appointed censors to examine his opinions. He also wrote against Wycliffe the following works: Determinationes contra Viclevum: — Sententia super Jista ejus Condemnatione: — Contra ejus Articulos.