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im not 100% sure but i think it was, John Knox.

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What sixteenth-century European upheaval had a profound impact upon England's settlement of the New World?

The Reformation of the Church of England


How long did the protestant reformation last?

The protestant reformation seems to be still going on and has not come to an end up to date. It was meant to end in 1750 but this did not happen as reforms keep happening.


What happened Oct.31 1517 in history?

The Protestant Reformation was launched


Who created the German theologian with the beginning the Protestant Reformation?

obviously Martin Luther


Was the English Civil War inevitable?

He married a Catholic lady - the country was Protestant at the time.Archbishop Laud, one of Charles' ministers, made a reformation to the church - he was making it more catholic, but the country did not like this.He gave the Scottish the English prayer book - they said that they didn't want anything to do with England.Charles I was not friends with Parliament - he had dissolved them a number of times.Charles was making laws without Parliament's permission.He promised to pay the Scottish - but had no money.He made the people of the country pay ship money (a tax). At first, they thought they were paying this to help keep the country safe, but then they realized it was all for Charles. The people protested.The civil war was inevitable at this stage, because the Scottish and English people did not like him. Also, he had no money to form armies to fight. Parliament had the money, but they were not on his side.Hope this helps!!! :)

Related questions

Who was the Scottish reformation leader?

John Knox


What leader of the Protestant Reformation was known for establishing the Church of Scotland.?

John Knox was the key figure of the Scottish Reformation of 1560, but Andrew Melville was more influential in actually developing the Presbyterian system of Church government.


What leader of the Protestant Reformation was known for establishing the Church of Scotland?

John Knox was the key figure of the Scottish Reformation of 1560, but Andrew Melville was more influential in actually developing the Presbyterian system of Church government.


Who was the leader of the protest reformation in Germany?

Martin Luther was the leader of the Protestant Reformation.


What does 'Knox' mean?

"Knox" is a Scottish surname derived from the Old English word "cnocc," meaning a round-topped hill. It is also commonly associated with the Protestant Reformation figure John Knox, a Scottish clergyman and leader of the Reformation in Scotland.


Who was the Swiss reformation leader during the Protestant Reformation?

John Calvin


Who initiated the reformation?

John Calvin was the most influential leader of the Protestant Reformation.


Who was a leader in the Protestant Reformation?

Martin Luther


Swiss reformation leader?

Ulrich Zwingli


Who was the leader in protestant reformation?

Martin Luther


Who was the counter reformation leader?

Ignatius Loyala


What country did Presbyterianism come from?

Presbyterianism originated in Scotland, at the time of the Scottish Reformation.