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FC: Memories of the Reformation | By: Lisa Haynie
1: Political Causes of the Reformation Henry VIII's Act of Supremacy and Act if Uniformity. Religious Causes Of the Reformation Martin Luther's 95 Theses
2: The Reformation was spread to Egland with help of the newly english translated bible and the fact that Henry VIII broke away from the Catholic Church.
3: The Reformation spread to Germany when Luther posted his 95 theses. From Germany the reformation spread to many other places. Calvinism also spread in Germany.
4: English Reformation Spreaders | John Wycliffe | William Tyndale | Bible Translaters
5: More Reformers | These reformers helped to spread the reformation in their homelands | John Calvin from France | Ulrich Zwingli from Switzerland
6: Henry's Wives | OR NOT! | Catherine Howard | Catherine Of Aragon Divorced | Anne Boleyn Beheaded | Jane Seymour Died | Anne of Cleves Divorced | Beheaded | Catherine Parr | Survived
7: Mary | Elizabeth | EdwardVI | Henry VIII's Heirs
8: Was part of the Counter- Reformation. Tried to keep England the traditional Catholic | Queen Anne I of England | (r. 1553-1558)
9: Was a politique. Tried to treat the catholics and protestants equally, mixing them together into the Church of England | (r. 1558-1603) | Queen Elizabeth I Of England
10: The Radicals! | Radical Reformers hated the slowness of Lutherans and Zwinglians. | Antitrinitarians | Anabaptists
11: The Catholic Church decides to reform within themselves. | The Council of Trent met to reassert Church doctrine.
12: Wars Of Religion | The French Wars | Fights between the tree fanilies struggling for power over the young king, Francis II. The Bourbons, Montmorency-Chatillions, and the Guises. Guises were Counter -Reformation.
13: Thirty Years War | Fought in the Holy Roman Empire. Was fought in four period. 1. Bohemian period. 2. Danish period. 3. Swedish period. 4. Swedish-French period. Was ended by the Treaty of Westphalia
14: More Reformation Contributors | Jan Hus | Desiderius Erasmus | Sir Thomas More | Chancellor to HenryVIII. Was against the Act of Supremacy. Was beheaded by Henry. | Contributed to many parts of the Reformation, though not purposely. Did not not take part in any party. | Agreed with Wycliffe's views. Preached against the church clergy and heirarchy in his sermons.
15: Works Cited | "BBC - History - Historic Figures: Thomas More (1478 - 1535)." BBC - Homepage. Web. 13 Sept. 2011.
24: A family is pieced together with hope and faith. A family is quilted and bound with love and grace.