Source Review 12:             Lindberg, Ch. 12   The Reformations in England and Scotland

Read the Source Materials and Select the sentence/passage which you belief sums up the central argument of the author 

12.1 William Melton, Chancellor of your Minster:  Sermon to Ordinands (c. 1510)



12.2 Simon Fish (d. 1531):  A Supplication for the Beggars (1529)



12.3 John Foxe's Acts and Monuments: Lollardy on the Eve of the Reformation



12.4 John Foxe on Robert Barnes



12.5 Edward Hall:  A Protestant Merchant Outwits a Bishop (1529)



12.6 A Report of Henry VIII by the Venetian Ambassador (1519)



12.7 The Act of Supremacy (1534)



12.8 The Act of the Six Articles (1539)



12.9 William Tyndale's Preface to the Great Bible (1540)



12.10  Thomas Cranmer's Preface to the Great Bible (1540)



12.11 The Preface to the Geneva Bible (1560)



12.12 The Preface to the Rheims New Testament (1582)



12.13 The Preface to the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible (1611)



12.14 Thomas Cranmer:  Certain Sermons, or Homilies (1547)



12.15 The Act of Uniformity (1519)



12.16 Act to Take Away All Positive Laws Against Marriage of Priests (1549)



12.17 The Marian Injunctions (1554)



12.18 The Act of Supremacy (1559)



12.19 The Elizabethan Injunctions (1559)



12.20 John Jewel:  An Apologie of the Church of England (1560/1)



12.21 The Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England (1571)



12.22 John Hooper:  The Regulative Principle and Things Indifferent (1550)



12.23 John à Loasco:  the Abolition of Vestments (1552?)



12.24 The Excommunication and Deposition of Elizabeth:  Pope Pius V's Bull "Regnans in Excelsis"



12.25 Eyewitness Account of the Execution of Mary Stuart on the 18th Day of February of the New Calendar, in the Castle of Fotheringay in England (1587)