The Puritans

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What did Moderate Puritans wish to do to the Church of England?
Purge it of Popish Practices
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What wishes were presented on the 1563 Convocation?
Further reforms in the book of common prayer & Better Church laws
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What was the Vestment Controversy?
The Act of Uniformity clarifying what clothing could be worn by bishops at which services
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Who were the two most prominent opponents to the Vestment controversy?
Thomas Sampson, the Dean of Christ Church & Lawerence Humphrey, Master of Magadelene College
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What is 'Gadding'?
A derogatory term. It described Puritans who attended sermons they approved of
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Who was Thomas Cartwright?
Professor of divinity at Cambridge: In 1570 he gave a series of lectures arguing for the abolition of Bishops and the Church govt. to be Calvinist
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Who was William Strickland?
An MP who tried to make religious bills more Presbyterian. This angered some Bishops who became stricter on licensing preachers
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What were the 1572 Admonitions?
A letter to Parliament criticising the new Prayer book. It also brought forward the idea of abolishing Bishops
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Who wrote the 1572 Admonitions?
Thomas Cartwright, John Field and Thomas Wilcox
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Who was imprisoned in 1576 for infringing the Royal Prerogative on religion in Parliament?
Peter Wentworth
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What challenged the Queen's belief that she held responsibilty of the church and state Government?
the 1582 Synod in Cambridge, It challenged the power of John Whitgift
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Who was John Whitgift?
The new Archbishop of Canterbury in 1583. He enforced the act of uniformity and issued the 3 articles
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What were the 3 Articles?
they forced the acceptance of Bishops, the prayer book and the 39 articles
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What was the Bill and book?
Written by Peter Turner in 1584 and Anthony Cope in 1585. they were both bills designed to give the Anglican Church a more Presbyterian system of Government
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When was the Separatist movement founded?
1581
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What was the Disciplinal?
An anonymously published pamphlet attacking Bishops
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What were the Martin Marprelate Tracts?
Distinctively rude pamphlets that tried to make Puritanism fashionable again. They attacked Bishops accusing them of sins such as adultery
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What made Separatists the 'most dangerous' of all the Puritans?
Their Radicalism and motivation
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