English Reformation

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Unformatted text preview: The English Reformation I. Introduction 1. Three Ways of dealing with competing faiths -Territorialism -Comprehension -Religious Liberty II. Henry VIII (1509-1547) and the English Reformation 1. Background and Marriage -Catherine of Aragon (Spain) -Henry's desire for male heir 1. Henry's Divorce -Archbishop Thomas Cranmer -Ann Boleyn .Elizabeth b. 1533 Henry VIII (1509-1547) and the English Reformation 1. Henry's Break with Rome -Excommunicated by Pope -Act of Supremacy 1534 II. Henry VIII (1509-1547) and the English Reformation 1. Thomas More d. 1536 - "A Man for All Seasons" III. The Church from Henry through Mary 1. Henry--Schism without Heresy -Two Innovations 1. Expropriation of Church Property 2. Bible made available in English -William Tyndale d. 1536 Edward VI (1547-1553) III. The Church from Henry through Mary 1. Edward VI (1547-1553) -Regency -Acts of Uniformity 1549 and 1552 -Book of Common Prayer -Images (Icons) Removed from Churches -Church becomes more Protestant III. The Church from Henry through Mary 1. Mary I (1553-1558) -Return to Rome -Bloody Mary Thomas Cranmer d. 1556 IV. The Four Challenges of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) 1. The Religious Challenge -Protestant, Catholic, something else?? -Puritans -Catholic -Politiques -Via Media Via Media -Act of Supremacy 1559 ."Supreme Governor of the Church" -Act of Uniformity 1559 -39 Articles 2. Economic Challenge (cont.) -Encouraged Trade (Piracy) .English Sea Dogges .John Hawkins .(Sir) Francis Drake IV. The Four Challenges 1. Defense of the Realm--The Spanish Armada -Philip II (Spain) 1586 -The Armada .139 ships .30,000 men -Stalemate for 9 days Route of the Armada Spanish Armada Spanish Armada -The Protestant Wind IV. The Four Challenges--Mary Queen of Scots 1. Defense of the Throne -Mary Queen of Scots 1587 Evaluation of Elizabeth What method did Elizabeth use to deal with competing faiths? How can one tell if a politician is sincerely religious or using religious for political advantage? ...
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