Chapter 2-pgs 29-33 - A.P US Mods 6.7.8 Notes for pgs 2933...

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A.P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6.7.8 0109 Notes for pgs. 29-33 The Rise of Puritanism in   England Edward VI (ruled 1547 –   1553) Elizabeth I Calvinism Puritans Differ: Non-Separatists (NS) Separatists (S) Similarities of Puritans - son, and in 1527 Henry asked the pope to annul his marriage;  after the pope denied, the king had the Parliament dissolve his  marriage and proclaim him “supreme head” of the Church of  England (or Anglican church); he used this position to seize vast  tracts of land owned by Catholic monastic orders and to sell them  to members of the gentry as means of raising revenue - Religion remained the source of trouble in England for well after  Henry’s break with Rome, but Henry never decided if he was a  protestant - Under Edward VI the church moved toward Protestantism - Mary (Bloody Mary) tried to restore Catholicism, by burning  Protestants at the stake - Elizabeth marked a crucial watershed - After Mary people were ready to become Protestant  - The Calvinist movement had arisen and was called Puritanism  and demanded “purification” of the church of England from  “popish (Catholic)” abuses
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2010 for the course BIOLOGY BIOLOGy taught by Professor Hued during the Spring '10 term at Eastern Oregon.

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Chapter 2-pgs 29-33 - A.P US Mods 6.7.8 Notes for pgs 2933...

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