Royal Lineage that Molded England's Religion Essay by gracieNC

Royal Lineage that Molded England's Religion
The religious impact caused by the rules of the Royal House of Tudor
# 58547 | 1,917 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on May 16, 2005 in History (British) , History (Leaders) , Religion and Theology (Christianity)

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This paper follows the English rules of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, Queen Mary I, and Queen Elizabeth I, with particular attention to their effect on religion. All influential religious laws and acts created by these rulers are mentioned.

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"Throughout the majority of European history, religion and politics were inseparable. From King Henry VIII's reign to the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, this concept continued to prove true for the country of England. Eighteen year-old Henry VIII became King of England in 1509. As he came to the throne, England was a Roman Catholic country controlled by Pope Clement VII. A devout Catholic himself, King Henry VIII began his leadership by defending the Church against the newly-developed Protestant faith."

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