History- Tudors Henry VIII

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Lutheranism
major branch of Protestant Christianity which identifies with the theology of Martin Luther, a German friar, ecclesiastical reformer and theologian.
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Humanism
16th century, new form of learning, analysis on Greek and Ancient texts. It was promoted in England by Henry VIII and by his minister Sir Thomas More.
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Protestantism
Usually, a Christian denying the universal authority of the Pope and affirming the Reformation principles of justification by faith alone, the priesthood of all believers, and the primacy of the Bible as the only source of revealed truth.
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Church of England
Name given to the new christian church created by Henry VIII after the break with Rome, formalized in the 1534 Act of Supremacy. King head of the church.
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Dispensation
An official granting of permission by the Pope to act contrary to a law or custom of the Church.
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Constitutional monarchy
A form of government where the king's right to make law is acknowledged and supported formally by a legislative body e.g. English Parliament.
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Privy Council
The name given to the king's council in 1536 by Thomas Cromwell, who formalized and modernized that and other institutions of Henry's royal government.
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Lloards
Pre-Protestant Christian religious movement that existed from the mid-14th century to the English Reformation.
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Heresy
Context of the English Reformation, a doctrine contrary to the basic theological and sacramental teachings of both the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England. Under Henry's government, it was considered a crime, punishable.
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Transubstantiation
Idea that bread and wine, prayed over by a priest, becomes thoroughly and substantially the real body and blood of Jesus Christ.
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Schism
A formal split within a church, usually over disputes in rightful authority, not always involving disputes over religious dogmas; also the break between the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church in 1534, formalized with the Act of Supremacy
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King's council
An informal group of advisers to the king, some of whom had regular access to him in the private quarters of the palace; formalized as an institution known as the Privy Council in 1536.
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16th century, new form of learning, analysis on Greek and Ancient texts. It was promoted in England by Henry VIII and by his minister Sir Thomas More.

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Usually, a Christian denying the universal authority of the Pope and affirming the Reformation principles of justification by faith alone, the priesthood of all believers, and the primacy of the Bible as the only source of revealed truth.

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Name given to the new christian church created by Henry VIII after the break with Rome, formalized in the 1534 Act of Supremacy. King head of the church.

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An official granting of permission by the Pope to act contrary to a law or custom of the Church.

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