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Religion and Government in Elizabethan England

The relationship between Religion and Government in Elizabethan England.
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Alexander Rant

on 8 April 2011

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Transcript of Religion and Government in Elizabethan England

Religion and Government in Elizabethan England Pre-Elizabethan 1. Henry VIII (The Church of England)
-Died 1547 2. Mary I (Catholic)
-Pope = Head of Catholic Church
-Died 1558 Issue in eyes of the people Queen Elizabeth I Personality and Characteristics - Naturally a strong leader
- Political Mind
- Intelligent
- Protestant
- Bit of a temper The Solution




Connection (Bigger) Connection (Big) Religion Protestant = National Religion Church of England = National Church Pope = Gone Elizabeth I = Supreme Governor of The Church of England Government Biblical Works go from Latin to English Incorporates some Catholic influence into the platform of The Church of England Elizabeth I = Queen (Limited Monarch) Makes decisions with the approval of Parliament (arts, war, treasury) Any church or public official took the Oath of Supremacy
-Acknowledging Acts of Supremacy Acts of Supremacy (passed under Parliament)
Queen = Supreme Governor of The Church of England Basically 1558-1603 (as Queen) Every church and government decision belonged to Queen Elizabeth I, and with the influence of only one leader decisions made for the church and nation are made upon the same values The government of England stood on the foundation of The Church of England, because...
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