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Martin Luther

1483-1546

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Mary Queen of Scots

1542-1587

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Michael Servetus

1511-1553

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Thomas Cranmer

1489-1556

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What were the Forty-two Articles

Replaced the Six Articles during Edward VI's reign in 1551 -- Much more Calvinist in tone.

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Jane Seymour

1509-1537

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The Peasant's Revolt takes place in Germany

1524-1525

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Where was Martin Luther born?

Saxony

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Pilgrimage of Grace

1536

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The Thirty-nine Articles are adopted in England

1563

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Anne Boleyn

1507-1536

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What were the Six Articles?

Defined the doctrine of the Church of England in 1539 -- -- Reaffirmed Catholic teaching save for Papal Supremacy

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The Diet of Augsburg

1530

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The English Parliament passes the Act of Supremacy

1534

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The English Parliament passes a new Act of Supremacy and the Act of Uniformity

1559

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Elector Frederick the Wise

1463-1525

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Queen Elizabeth I of England

r. 1558-1603

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John of Leyden heads an Anabaptist theocracy in Munster

1534-1535

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John Knox

c. 1514-1572

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Ulrich Zwingli

1484-1531

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Johann Tetzel

c. 1465-1519

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The Forty-two Articles reflect the growth of Calvinist influence in England

1551

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King Edward VI of England

r. 1547-1553

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Cardinal Thomas Wolsey

c. 1475-1530

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When did Calvin settle in Geneva?

1536

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Presbyterianism becomes the official religion of Scotland

1560

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When was the Duke of Norfolk's catholic revolt against Elizabeth I?

1569

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Pope Leo X excommunicates Luther

1522

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Max Weber

1864-1920

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Menno Simons

1492-1559