reformation parliament and religious change

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  • reformation parliament significance to religious change 1529-70
    • was used to bring about an administrative change in religion
      • finance and control was given to the king
        • did not mean a change in peoples religious views- catholicism stayed
      • important, but the actual cause for this change lies with the king and not parliament
        • parliament couldn't meet independently
          • relied completely on the king, so had little control
            • used for religious change, but not the cause.
              • therefore, minimal significance but an important part of religious change


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