Did Henry VIII embrace the Lutheran doctrine?
Henry VII was a Roman Catholic. He had a son, Henry VIII, the one with 6 wives.
Divorce was not allowed under Catholic Church doctrine.
Henry VIII Martin Luther, also broke away from the Catholic Church and established the Lutheran Church in 1526.
D. B. Knox has written: 'Sent by Jesus' 'Doctrine of Faith in the Reign of Henry VIII'
she was a Lutheran protestant, this was a motivator for the marriage: to gain a protestant alliance in the wake of Henry's excommunication (he feared attack from the Catholic countries)
VIII is eight in Roman Numerals - he was the eighth king named Henry. It is a convention to write monarchs names in the form "Henry VIII" and this is pronounced "Henry the eighth."
Henry VIII was not beheaded.
Henry VIII was generally known as Henry VIII. He was also known as King Hal.
Henry VIII was the son, and successor of Henry VII.
VIII mean the eighth in Roman numerals. Henry the Eighth
Henry VIII was a Tudor.
Henry VII was the king before Henry the VIII. There was an older child that died before Henry VIII was put on the throne.
Henry VIII was the first to rule after Henry VII.
Henry VIII of England was born on 28th June 1491
because henry VIII was a idoid
Henry VIII Had no Grand children.
Why was Henry VIII a monster?
VIII is 8 in Roman Numerals, which means Henry VIII was the eighth King of England to be called Henry.
Henry VIII dads name was Henry VII or Henry Tudor
Henry would have had little time for Protestants. He was aware of a reformist movement in the English Catholic Church trying to introduce theoligical elements based on the new protestant doctrine. When Henry VIII came to the throne, he was a devout Catholic and defended the Church against them. Henry VIII did not agree with their views. In 1521, Pope Leo X honoured Henry VIII with the title "Defender of Faith', because of his support… Read More
It is not known if King Henry VIII was seen as a fair king. King Henry VIII ruled from 1509 to 1547.
The Duke of Suffolk in Henry VIII time was Charles Brandon, Henry VIII best friend and brother-in-law.
Answer VIII is the Roman Numeral for 8. When used to describe a monarch, such a Henry VIII, it is written as shown here and pronounced "Henry the eighth" To write it as Henry the VIII is incorrect. VIII is the roman numeral equivalent for the number eight.
Henry VIII of Legnica was born in 1355.
Henry VIII of Legnica died in 1398.
Henry VIII was white, and he was born in Greenwich.
Henry VIII was the king of England in the 1500's
King Henry VIII had SIX wives
Henry viii did have a brother and it was Arthur King.
Yes, Henry VIII was real. (1491- 1547)
Henry VIII was not the oldest British monarch when he died.
Henry viii had 6 wives
Henry VIII died in the year 1547.
Henry VIII was the Great Uncle of Mary Queen of Scotts Mary's Grandmother Margret was the sister of Henry VIII
Here's one I found: http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/henry-viii-timeline.htm You can also search "Henry VIII timeline" on Google
Henry VII ruled before Henry VIII and Edward VI ruled after
Henry VIII was born a roman catholic, but when he asked for a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, the pope said no. Then, Henry VIII got angry and broke his alliance with the Pope. Henry VIII created a religion called the 'Protestant' religion, which is headed by the current king or queen. After creating the protestant religion, Henry VIII became a protestant.
Henry Tudor. He is only called Henry VIII because he was the eighth English monarch called henry.
well henry viii was very popular 'cause he was the king.
Henry VIII did. The church was founded by King Henry VIII
Henry VIII grew up in Greenwich Palace
When did Henry VIII take over the church?
Kind Henry VIII ruled from 1509-1547.
Henry VIII was lustful, selfish, and eventually gluttonous.
Henry the VIII family was not so very good
why was henry the VIII important to the history of england?
Henry VIII did forge a union with Wales.
Henry VIII was the King of England, and therefore had no other job.
Henry VIII was 55 years old when he died.
Henry VIII did not speak German what so ever.