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Henrician Reformation Notes

1537 proclamation expelling anabaptists were

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- 1537: Proclamation expelling Anabaptists were associated with extreme radicalism in Europe. - Act of Six articles, 1539 : Reaffirms traditional Catholic doctrine: -Transubstantiation -Permanence of religious vows -Clerical celibacy -Masses for the dead -Communion in one kind -Auricular confession - Denying any of these articles resulted in imprisonment or death. - Cramner was married, and sends his wife to the continent so that he would not be seen as in violation. - Henry wished to be an independent actor and not influenced by all those ideas around him. - William Tyndale, 1494-1536 complete the first 16 th century English bible. - By 1537 Henry was persuaded to authorize English copies of the Bible to every parish church. - By 1539 Henry encouraged parliament to pass a bill to The Act for the Advancement of True Religion. Owning an English bible was coordinated to social class. Servant or laborers were not allowed to read the bible. - The older Henry got the harder it was for him to prevent change. - By the mid 1540s there is an increasing push to cement reform and reforming practices in the church. Henry’s prevention is feeble.
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