This document, converted from a Powerpoint, follows the reformation in England beginning with the reign of Henry VIII who made himself the supreme authority of the church of England, and continuing with the reigns of his son Edward VI and his daughters Mary and Elizabeth. Each leader brought significant changes to the church of England.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Peter GoertzenSERIES: Church History 4: The Reformation All items in the series: