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Religion under James I 16031625
James and the Puritans

The beliefs of the Puritans

Extreme Protestants wanted the end of any traces of Catholicism left in the church. Some
only wanted minor changes, such as how the minister dressed but some wanted more
drastic changes
The aim of all Puritans…

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The conference was to consider the demand for an end of the popish ceremonies and look
at wider church issues
Puritans did not class the Hampton court conference as a success. The Puritans were not
granted any changes in the church organisation or practise. Puritans looked to James for

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The 30 years' war affected the religious divisions because it caused greater hostilities
between the Catholics and the Puritans.


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