Quiz for English Reformation

  1. He served as archbishop of Canterbury from 1533 to 1556 under Henry VIII and Edward VI. Under the reign of Edward VI he enacted reforms that moved the Church of England toward Protestant beliefs. He was burned at the stake under Queen Mary.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Thomas More
    3. Thomas Cranmer
    4. Thomas Wolsey
  2. English Catholic statesman who became Lord Chancellor in 1529. He resigned this post the day following Parliament's ruling that clergy sign an oath of obedience to Henry VIII. He was tried for treason and executed on July 6, 1535.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Thomas More
    3. Thomas Cranmer
    4. Thomas Wolsey
  3. He was the chief minister to Henry VIII from 1532 to 1540. He promoted the use of the English Bible and was executed on July 28, 1540 for treason and heresy.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Thomas More
    3. Thomas Cranmer
    4. Thomas Wolsey
  4. He served as Cardinal, archbishop of York, lord chancellor, and leading minister to Henry VIII. In 1518, he became legate a latere, or master of the English church and exercised extraordinary power over the church in England. Many critics claimed that he abused this power for his own gains. His efforts to reform the religious orders in England and the church itself made him unpopular in many circles. His reform efforts included the founding of a new college at Oxford and attacking Lutheranism.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Thomas More
    3. Thomas Cranmer
    4. Thomas Wolsey
  5. This Catholic theologian was an active participant in the Council of Trent and was one vote shy of being elected as Pope in 1549. When Edward VI died and Mary ascended to the throne, he returned to England where he was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury until his death in 1558.

    1. Thomas More
    2. Reginald Pole
    3. Thomas Wolsey
    4. Thomas Cromwell
  6. This English reformer promoted the use of Tyndale's New Testament and attempted to spread Lutheran theology to England. After having been arrested in England, he fled to Wittenberg where he studied with Luther. He returned to England and was burned at the stake on July 30, 1540.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Hugh Latimer
    3. Matthew Parker
    4. Robert Barnes
  7. He was the bishop of Worcester and was particularly powerful during Edward VI's reign. As Queen Mary came to power, he seemed to seek martyrdom as he refused to take refuge. He was burned at the stake on October 16, 1555.

    1. Thomas Cromwell
    2. Hugh Latimer
    3. Matthew Parker
    4. Robert Barnes
  8. He was an influential English reformer and the first archbishop of Canterbury under Elizabeth I. The Thirty-nine Articles were approved in 1563 during his ministry as well as the publication of the Bishop's Bible in 1568.

    1. Robert Barnes
    2. Thomas Cranmer
    3. Hugh Latimer
    4. Matthew Parker
  9. This English clergy translated the bible into the English language. His endeavor was condemned by Cardinal Wolsey who issued an order for him to be seized. He was captured in Antwerp and on October 6, 1536 he was strangled and his body was burned.

    1. Robert Barnes
    2. William Tyndale
    3. Hugh Latimer
    4. Matthew Parker
  10. She was the daughter of Henry VIII and Ann Boleyn. Under her reign, which began in 1558, England returned to Protestantism and The Book of Common Prayer was written.

    1. Katherine Parr
    2. Mary I
    3. Elizabeth I
    4. Jane Grey
  11. Protestant martyr under Henry VIII. She was convicted of heresy for her denial of transubstantiation. She was burned alive on July 16, 1546.

    1. Katherine Parr
    2. Mary I
    3. Jane Grey
    4. Anne Askew
  12. She was the daughter of Henry VIII and his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. During her reign as Queen of England from 1553 to 1558 she attempted to return England to Catholicism.

    1. Elizabeth I
    2. Mary I
    3. Jane Grey
    4. Emilia III
  13. This Act was passed by Parliament in June of 1539. It remained Henry's policy toward reforms until his death and was referred to as "the bloody whip with six strings" by many protestants.

    1. The Buggery Act
    2. The Act of Supremacy
    3. The Act of Grace
    4. The Act of the Six Articles
  14. This Act was declared by Henry VIII and re-instated by Mary I.

    1. The Buggery Act
    2. The Act of Supremacy
    3. The Act of Grace
    4. The Act of the Six Articles
  15. This early English Reformer influenced Robert Barnes, Hugh Latimer, and others. He spoke out against relics, the veneration of saints, and pilgrimages and was burned at the stake in 1531.

    1. Martin Luther
    2. Cardinal Wolsey
    3. James Woodson
    4. Thomas Bilney