Reformation, conflict and settlement in religion, 1547-66

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What did the 1547 Royal Injunction entail?
It forbade the veneration of images, but royal commisioners went further and began removing images from churches
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When did Somerset give the order to ban all images?
1548
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When and why were Cranmer's 'Book of Homilies' published?
1547, it provided model sermons for members of the clergy who were unable to preach for themselves
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When was the Act of Uniformity passed? What was its purpose?
1549, to ensure that services across the country conformed to the new teaching, brought an end to the variety of services being used
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When and why was the First Prayer Book issued?
1549, outlined the form of worship to be used in services.
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When was Cranmer's Ordinal, why?
1550, it was a code for the ordination of priests. Written by Cranmer, marking a move from Catholic priest to Protestant minister
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Why did the council order the removal of communion tables? When?
1550, because the removal of alters tended to be the result of local initiatives, they intervened to ensure uniformity, previously there had been discontent in Sussex and Carmarthen
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When and why was the Second Prayer Book introduced?
1552, abandoned the structure of mass etc. its adoption marked the culmination of the reformation in Edward's reign
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When and why were the 42 Articles passed by Archbishop Cranmer?
1553, defined the reformed theology that was at the heart of religious belief and practice in England. Intended to protect the Church from Catholic falsehood and Anabaptist zeal, they emphasised scriptures and path to salvation etc
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When and why was the First Statute of Repeal passed?
1553. Reversed all religious legislation passed under Edward, restoring Church as it was in the last year of H8's reign, with doctrine governed by AofSA. No move to restore papal supremacy or heresy laws
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When and why was the Second Statute of Repeal passed?
1555, repealed all religious legislation passed under H8 after 1529. Monarch ceased to be the Supreme Head of the Church and papal headship was restored, heresy laws too
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In early February 1559, what were the 3 religious bills that were introduced into the House of Commons?
One to establish the monarch as head of the church, two to establish a prot form of worship. Passed in HofC, HofL committee refused to submit
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What was the Easter disputation?
Elizabeth prorogued Parliament at Easter to hold a debate.
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When and why was the Act of Supremacy passed?
1559, it made E Supreme Governor of the CofE, clergy and royal officials had to swear acceptance of E's title, papal supremacy was revoked and heresy laws were to be repealed
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What was the Act of Uniformity?
Focused on the appearance of Churches, a new Book of Common Prayer was issued based on Ed's, which all churches were obliged to use
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What were the 1559 Royal Injunctions?
To enforce the Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity. Drafted by Cecil, and contained instructions to the clergy to establish uniformity of worship and behaviour
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What were the 1563 Thirty-Nine Articles?
Statement of doctrinal beliefs of the CofE, drawn by the Canterbury Convocation. They repudiated key Catholic doctrine, and confirmed key elements of Prot. belief, approved in 1571 and all clergy had to swear to them
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What was the 1559 Act of Exchange?
Crown lands that had once belonged to the Church were returned in exchange for diocesan properties of a non-spiritual nature
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