What religion was Charles the 2nd?
If we are talking about Spanish king Charles II the religion would of course be Catholich
Ray Charles was a Baptist
His religion was Roman Catholicism.
Charles Darwin was an Anglican clergyman.
Charles Bronson was born as a Orthodox.
Charles E Raven has written: 'Tolerance and religion' -- subject(s): Freedom of religion
Charles Darwin followed the religion of his mother which was Unitarian which is when you believe in just one God and not the Gods (The Trinity)
Charles de Gaulle was a Roman Catholic
He was a Lutheran.
He is catholic.
he is a Jehovah witness
He was protestant.
He didn't change religion, he was Protestant from the start, his wife was Catholic.
Charles 1 was a Protestant, he then married Henrietta Maria, which caused problems between Parliament and King Charles 1. He made changes to the church for Henrietta Maria, which caused even more problems between Parliament and King Charles. Henrietta Maria, was a French Catholic, If King Charles was a Catholic, and then married a Catholic, then religion wouldn't be problem, as then England would already be a Catholic, but King Charles was a Protestant, and… Read More
Charles Grey was a liberal reformer, probably a broad church Anglican.
he is jewish during weekends
The Anglican Faith
Catholicism ( Roman Catholic).
finance, religion, foreign policy!;)<3
Charles Darwins religion was Unitarian same as his mothers, Unitarian is when you believe in one God and not three Gods (The Trinity) Over the course of his life he abandoned his religion and did not come back to it even on his deathbed. See description of his last hours at Link.
Charles Zachariah Wahl has written: 'The social religion of Zola and the relation of his style'
His religion will make no difference to your life. A person's beliefs should be their own private business.
Charles Burack has written: 'D.H. Lawrence's language of sacred experience' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation, English Religious fiction, History, History and criticism, Holy, The, in literature, Reader-response criticism, Religion, Religion and literature, Religion in literature
Charles Franklin McMann has written: 'The problem of religion' -- subject(s): Free thought
Charles Leroy Cart has written: 'The science of religion' -- subject(s): Christian life
Charles Strong has written: 'The church of Jesus' -- subject(s): Philosophy, Philosophy and religion, Christianity
she was roman catholic
Probably atheist - most senior scientist are.
Anglican (Church of England)
it's most likely that he was a christian because all the royal family have to be one or they will have to step down. please check if i'm right :)
Charles Alonzo McAlpine has written: 'Hogan and Hogan' -- subject(s): Humor, Religion, Baptists
They diagreed about a lot of things, but the main one was religion and Charles' wife. There was also a struggle for power going on.
Darwin left the Christian Church and became an Atheist.
Charles Taliaferro has written: 'A dictionary of philosophy of religion' -- subject(s): Religion, Philosophy, Dictionaries 'Is God Real?' -- subject(s): God (Christianity) 'Companion to Philosophy of Religion' 'Praying with C.S. Lewis' -- subject(s): Meditations, Christian life, Spiritual exercises 'Image in mind' -- subject(s): Religion and science, Imagination, Aesthetics, Religious aspects
Charles Smyth has written: 'Cyril Forster Garbett' 'Cranmer and the Reformation under Edward VI' 'Religion and politics'
Charles Wang has been a gay scientologist his whole life until a few months ago he was saved by the power of satan.
Charles Francis Potter has written: 'Humanizing religion' -- subject(s): Humanism 'Creative personality' 'The story of religion' -- subject(s): Biography, Christian biography, History, Religion, Religions, Religious biography, Religious leaders 'The story of religion as told in the lives of its leaders' -- subject(s): Christian biography, History, Religion, Religions, Religious biography 'The preacher and I' 'Humanism, a new religion' -- subject(s): Humanism 'Beyond the senses' -- subject(s): Telepathy
They argued about money, religion and power(divine right)
Charles Taze Russell, followed by Joseph Rutherford.
In 1625 Charles argued with parliament over most issues, but money and religion were the most common causes of arguments. ;)
Charles I was a Catholic. This caused problems because England had problems with Queen Mary Tudor and the leader of the English Church was supposed to be an Anglican.
Charles Allen Clark has written: 'The Korean church and the Nevius methods' 'Religions of old Korea' -- subject(s): Religion
King Charles the 1st liked trying to convert citizens from protestant to catholic religion. He also enjoyed doing public speaking.
he argued over money, religion and power(divine right).
I think that the Royalists were Catholics. I don't think that because wasn't Charles a Protestant?
Charles Cornwallis Cornwallis, 1st Marquess , 1738-1805, was an English general and statesman. Although there is no categorical statement of his religious beliefs, the fact he was made a Marquess by the royal family would indicate that he subscribed to the official religion of Britain at the time, which is the Anglican faith.
they caused it because Charles wanted alot of power . which he had but not as much as parliament did. Charles didnt have any money at all ,so he had to keep on getting his money from parliament . religion comes in to it because some people were catholic but most were protestant.