Reformation History

How did the Reformation take shape?

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Answered 2010-10-03 07:50:12

It ended during Henry's eighth reign.

When it ended was a matter of opinion some American Scholars wonder if 1688 would be a suitable day! This date signifies the fact that the Anglican Church went in to a decline through schism and neglect, caused by the forcible introduction of a Calvinist King to be followed by a Lutheran one. Both of whom fostered Whig or Latitudinarian ideas within the Church in particular and society at large!

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