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  • 1. REFORMATION IDEAS SPREAD<br />
  • 2. IV. Reformation Ideas Spread<br />English Reformation<br />At first King Henry supported the church against protestants<br />1527 an issue arose that set Henry at odds with the Church<br />He wanted to annul his marriage and marry someone else in order to produce a male heir<br />Pope refused, so Henry broke away from the church and created the Church of England<br />
  • 3. Elizabeth I<br />Mary Tudor<br />Edward VI<br />
  • 4. Religious Turmoil<br />Edward VI – king 1547 died 1553<br />Mary Tudor – “Bloody Mary” died 1558<br />Burned hundreds of Protestant <br />Elizabeth 1603<br />Elizabethan Settlement<br />Passed reforms<br />Preserved many Catholic ceremony and ritual<br />Kept church hierarchy except Pope<br />
  • 5. B. Catholic Reformation – led by Pope Paul III<br />1. Set out to revive the moral authority of the church<br /> A. Council of Trent – decide what reforms should be made, end abuses in the church, stiff penalties for corruption among the clergy<br /> B. Strengthened the Inquisition – used secret testimony, torture, and execution<br />
  • 6. C. Widespread Persecution<br />religious issues led to a wave of witch hunting <br />People were looking for scapegoats to blame their problems on – poor widows, midwives, herbalists.<br />Jews and Reformation<br />Jews were sometimes forced to live in certain areas called ghettos or they were banned all together.<br />Jews were persecuted because they would not convert to Christianity<br />

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