The Puritan Threat to Elizabeth

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In the 1587 Parliament who introduced the 'Bill & Book'?
Anthony Cope
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In what year were Calvin's 'Institutes' published in England?
1561
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When did the Separatists gain importance?
Towards the end of the 1580s
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What year did John Field die?
1589
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Why was Grindal suspended in 1577?
He refused to suppress Prophesyings
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What type of Protestant was Dr Thomas Cartwright?
Presbyterian
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What did Field and Wilcox criticise in Field's 'Admonitions' in 1572?
Elizabeth's Church's structure, doctrine for continuing links to Catholicism
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Who were the leading Puritan Privy Councilloors?
Walsingham, Leicester, Mildmay
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In what decade did Elizabeth have a struggle with prophesyings?
1570s
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What happened to the authors (Wilcox, Field) of Field's 'admonitions'?
Imprisoned
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What effect did the Puritan attempts to reform the Church from within have?
Prevented development of Puritan movement backed by foreign support
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Which Bishop did NOT accept their position within the Church in an attempt to reform the Church?
John Whitgift, Bishop of Worcester
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Who introduced a bill to reform the Book of Common Prayer in April 1571 Parliament?
Walter Strickland
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The example of Sampson and Humphrey (Marian Exiles) were Puritan opposition to what?
The Vestments Controversy (1564-66)
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Who held the position of Professor of Divinity College before John Whitgift?
Dr. Thomas Cartwright
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What was the Classical Presbyterian Movement aiming to do?
Re-organise Church Government along the lines of Calvin's Church, Geneva
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Was Puritanism really a danger?
No, but Elizabeth made it more of a danger than it really was
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