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How Protestant was the Act of Uniformity of 1559 and later religious developments to 1563?

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1 How Protestant was the Act of Uniformity of 1559 and later religious developments to 1563?

2 Starter Re-visit Act of Supremacy. Use washing line pendulum activity. From homework, give a religious development. The others comment re. P, Ca, Co.

3 Main 1 Infer from the Act of Uniformity (doc 3) about; Which Prayer Book is the basis of the Elizabethan Church settlement? Changes? Allowing for? Enforcement of attendance to church Ornamentation of churches and ministers based on when?

4 Main 2 Complete Active History grid for the Act of Uniformity.

5 Main 3 – Changes Ca, P or Co on developments from right hand side of p158 & p.160 SHP and …. Geneva Bible (1560) – had Calvinist notes. Cheap. 60 editions by Articles (1563) – Convocation drew up a statement of the doctrinal beliefs of the C of E, based on the 42 articles of Moderate, but definitely Protestant. Only ratified by Parlt. In Parker’s advertisements (1566) – surplice had to be worn in church. NB not approved by Liz as copes were not insisted upon for Communion.

6 Plenary Comment on the following quote; MacCulloch (1990) ‘From this story of confusion and changing direction emerged a Church which has never subsequently dared define its identity decisively as Protestant or Catholic, and which has decided in the end that this is a virtue rather than a handicap.’

7 Homework Read ‘What sort of Church did Elizabeth want?’ – p.154 (SHP) Did she get what she wanted? Back up with specific examples from Assessment sheet questions.


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