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Edward believed deeply in the protestant faith. As a protestant, he thought that the catholic church made people worship God in the wrong way. He felt that God should be worshipped in a plain and simple manner. As he was head of the church, he could alter it in any way he wished. Once again religion in England was about to change.

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Edward didn't like the way people were worshipping God in the Catholic way because he thought that they should worship God in a simple and plain way.......so England once again was going to change......

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Edward VI changed the way people worship god by

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