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marry Anne, Henry had to divorce Catherine. He also wrote Assertion of SevenSacraments against Martin LutherThomas Cranmersympathetic to Henry’s want for annulment, in 1533, he wasappointed Archbishop of Canterbury without Papal approval, therefore him andHenry VIII are excommunicated (kicked out of church)Act of SupremacyHenry is the “supreme head” of the Church of EnglandBloody Maryborn a catholic and named Mary Tudor, from Henry’s first wifeCatherine of Aragon; after the death of her brother, Edward VI, Mary takes overthe PROTESTANT throne and reverts back to a throne of Catholicism. She killsseveral Protestants including Thomas Cranmer and is known as BLOODY MARYMarian ExilesEnglish protestants that fled from the reign of Mary and settled inProtestant Countries until the reign of ElizabethVia Media“middle-way” established by Queen Elizabeth, daughter of AnneBoleyn; after Mary died, Elizabeth took over and approved some Catholic andsome Protestant ways-Catholic ways: apostolic succession, emphasis on Eucharist-Protestant ways: reject papacy, reject transubstantiation, allow clergy to marryBook of Common Prayerwritten by Thomas Cranmer; daily prayer bookAnne Askewprotestant reformer accused and arrested for being a heretic;executed by being burned at the stakePuritans – types (Episcopal, Presbyterian, Separatist)developed withinAnglicanism; protestants that wanted to reform the reformation and eliminate anyremaining elements of “popery” from the Church of England; fled England toAmerica1.Episcopal Puritan: focus on purifying external religious practices; clericalvestements should not be forced; wanted to abolish other Roman practices;hierarchal
152.Presbyterian Puritan: focus on purifying internal religious polity; Calvinistic;no hierarchy3.Separatist Puritan: form separate congregations independent of the Church ofEnglandPolity- Episcopal Polityform of a church governance that is hierarchal in structurewith one person having authority over the Christian Church- Presbyterian Polityform of church governance thatis ruled by assemblies,presbyters or elders- Separatist Polity (*Congregationalism*)form of church governance that isbased on the laityHoly Commonwealthin order to vote or be part of the political aspect of the city,you had to be Christian; set up in Massachussets Bay Colony by the PuritansAct of Tolerationfreedom of worship established in May 1689 and Anglicanismbecomes the established religion of EnglandRobert Brownefounder of Brownists, separatist puritansoReformation without Tarrying for Aniewrote this as the first enunciationfor congregationalism independency; church is to be a gathered group ofprofessing believers in a convenant relationship; infant baptism is stillpracticed and child enters church upon faith of parents (CALVINISTIC)Puritans in AmericaoJohn Winthropenglish puritan who founded the Massachusetts BayColonyoModel of Christian Charitysermon by John Winthrop that stated the

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Term
Spring
Professor
Jain
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Christianity, Protestant Reformation, Christian terms

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