Elizabeth's Middle Way

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What two acts did the Middle Way contain?
Act of Supremacy & Act of Uniformity
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What two religions had been changing in England since Henry VIII?
Protestant and Catholic
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What is the Middle Way?
A compromise between Protestantism and Catholicism.
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Why was the Act of Supremacy important? (3 things)
Elizabeth gained the title of Supreme Governor of the Church of England, church officers were expected to swear an oath to Elizabeth, those who refused were removed from their posts.
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Why was the Act of Uniformity important? (3 things)
Lay down the rules about Church services in England, attendance at Church was compulsory, the Book of Common Prayer was to be used in every Church.
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Why was the Middle Way important?
Brought religious stability to England.
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Why was the Middle Way a success?
Religious peace was generally brought to the country.
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Which two groups generally challenged the Middle Way?
Recusants and Puritans
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Why was the Act of Supremacy important? (3 things)

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