Assignment 1.4 the glorious revolution

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  • 1. Glorious Revolution Jacob Fiske Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 2. What family ruled England from 1485-1603? • The Tudors reigned from 1485 until 1603. There were 5 crowned monarchs and Lady Jane Grey reigned as Queen for just 9 days. The Tudor kings and queens were very powerful and they are noted for the numbers of people executed during the period. Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 3. Why did the puritans dislike the Anglican church? • The Puritans gained most of their power following the first English Civil War, and most of the Puritan ministers renounced the Church of England following the English Restoration of 1660 and the subsequent Uniformity Act of 1662. Puritans believed that the Church of England still maintained many characteristics similar to the Roman Catholic Church, and they supported a greater form of purity of doctrinal worship. Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 4. What was the period called when Charles I and James I ignored parliament? • The personal rule (also known as the Eleven years’Tyranny) was the period from 1629 to 1640 when Charles I and James I ignored parliament Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 5. What were both sides of the civil war called? • American or the English civil war? The sides in the American one were the Union (the north) and the Confederates (the south). In the English civil war it was the Roundheads and the Cavaliers. The Roundheads were for the parliament and the Cavaliers were for the king Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 6. When Charles was beheaded, what kind of government did the English declare? • The English Civil War led to the trial and execution of Charles I the exile of his son, Charles II, and replacement of English monarchy with, first, the Commonwealth of England (1649–53) Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 7. Why did parliament oppose James II as king? • His attempts to create religious liberty for English Roman Catholics and Protestant nonconformists against the wishes of the Anglican establishment. Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 8. What kind of government did the English Bill of Rights create? • It limited the power of the monarch.The Bill of Rights, 1689, in British history, one of the fundamental instruments of constitutional law. Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 9. What was the toleration act and how did it affect Religion in England? • The Toleration Act of May 24, 1689 marked a significant milestone in the struggle for religious freedom in England. The act was a culmination of religious and political maneuvering that began after the restoration of the Stuart monarchy via Charles II and ended with the Glorious Revolution and the ouster of James II by William of Orange. The act granted freedom of worship to Nonconformists of the Church of England? Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 10. Why was Henry unhappy with Kathrine? • He was married 5 times and beheaded his wives? Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 11. How was the Anglican church created? • The name "Anglican" means "of England", but the Anglican church exists worldwide. It began in the sixth century in England, when Pope Gregory the Great sent St. Augustine to Britain to bring a more disciplined Apostolic succession to the Celtic Christians. Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 12. Who were the puritans? • The Puritans were a significant grouping of English Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries, including, but not limited to, English Calvinists. Puritanism in this sense was founded by some Marian exiles from the clergy shortly after the accession of Elizabeth I of England in 1558 Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 13. Where did the puritans flee too? • The Pilgrims, as they were called, were separating from the Anglican church and escaping religious persecution in England by escaping to America. Other Puritans soon flocked to America hoping to "purify" the Anglican Church and develop a colony which would be a model to the world ("a city upon a hill") Wednesday, August 28, 13
  • 14. How did the stuarts and tutors differ? • The Stuarts were neither as popular as the Tudors nor as skillful in dealing with Parliament. Wednesday, August 28, 13