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RELIGION

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Alex Enrich

on 23 February 2015

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Transcript of RELIGION

ANGLICANISM
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT RELIGIONS
PROTESTANT
INTRODUCTION
IMPOSITION OF RELIGION
Queen Mary I of England, a Catholic
RELIGION
THE BANNINGS
Plays related to religion were prohibited by Elizabeth I
-Elizabeth became the Queen of England in 1558.
-London became a cultural and commercial
center , where learning and literature prospered.
-In Elizabethan Times there were two religions: Catholic and Protestant.
-She was Protestant
CATHOLIC
-Church services and the bible in
English
-Church services and the bible in
latin
- They believed that their
people could find God

without a priest or a Pope
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They believed that

priests and the Pope were the link between human and God
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Elizabethan protestants believed that

only God could forgive sins
-Elizabethan Catholics believed that
the priests and the Pope were able to forgive sins
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Churches

decorated with

statues and pictures of God
-Plain churches
16th century
Protestant Reformation
Christianity
Protestanism
Roman Catholicism
Anglicanism Communion
Christians
Pope Gregory
St. Augustine
Apostolic
Celtic Christians
Church of England
Queen Elizabeth I of England, a Potestant
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