1. What year was the execution of Barrow and Greenwood and the Act Against Seditious Secretaries, marking the end of the separatist movement?
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2. In which year did the Puritan influence in parliament become clear, marked by Strickland trying to have the Catholic elements removed from the Book of Common Prayer?
3. Why did Grindal, archbishop of Canterbury, refuse to suppress phrophersyings?
- He was too busy
- He believed they served a useful purpose in training better preaching
- He had Puritan sympathies
4. Which of these was not a government response to the Martin Marprelate Tracts?
- Bancroft gave a sermon asserting the rights of bishops
- Execute the authors
- Phamplets were issued against the Puritans
- The idea of divinely appointed bishops was emphasized by Bancroft
5. In what year was Wentworth sent to the tower for leading a Puritan attack on clerical abuses?