The Puritans

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1. What were the views of Conformist Puritans?

  • They accepted the Queen's demand for uniformity
  • They accepted the Queen's title of 'Supreme Governor'
  • They rebelled against the Anglican Church
  • They accepted Catholics and Protestants alike
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2. How many recusants were there in 1603?

  • 8,600
  • 860
  • 86,000
  • 860,000

3. What did John Field's 'Admonitions to Parliament' say about the Prayer Book?

  • it was too Calvinist
  • "popish dunghill"
  • "popish idolatry"

4. Which written work undermined the Ordinal and the Book of Common Prayer?

  • the Martin Marprelate Tracts of 1588-1589
  • Walter Travers' 'Church Discipline'
  • Browne's 1582 'Treatise of Reformation'
  • John Field's 'Admonitions to Parliament'

5. What did John Guy say about the Puritans?

  • There were no more than 1000 alive at the end of Elizabeth's reign
  • They posed a singificant threat
  • They posed no serious threat
  • They had "dwindled into numerical insignificance"


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