The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation

The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation
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This is a 24 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on The Protestant Reformation - Events Leading up to the Reformation. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

The theory of divine right, or absolute monarchy entails creation of a single, established church practicing a single ceremonial and teaching a single religious belief system. All Protestants, in varying degrees, took issue with this. They all challenged the position of the Pope and the role of papal authority within the Church regarding the creation of a single, established church with one head.

Henry VIII, wanted a son which his first wife after 18 years of marriage had not produced. When the Pope for his own political reasons would not give him the annulment that he wanted, Henry took matters in his own hands and separated the Church of England from Roman control; in essence, creating his own church. So he broke with Catholicism and the supremacy of the Pope not so much for religious reasons as for dynastic ones.

The break with Rome opened the door for more radical reformers from the continent to come to England to change the theological basis of the Church in a more Protestant direction. Martin Luther and John Calvin, both considered radical reformers had challenged the belief in saints, miracles, the number of the sacraments, the Episcopal organization of the church, and above all the nature of the Mass.

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Theory of Divine Right
Absolute Monarchs
Henry VIII
Church of England
Radical Reformers (2)
Crises Created
Rebellion v. Charles I
Compromise
Mary & Phillip II
Elizabeth I
John Knox
King James I
King James Bible
Fear of Catholicism
Puritans & Dissenters
Policy of “Thorough”
Calvinistic Beliefs
The Scotts
Religious Fanatics
The Puritans
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