Sep 3rd, By Sean Patrick Category: Blog Posts Within the Reformed blogosphere there has lately been put forth some pretty bold claims regarding the structure of the church in the first century, particularly the structure of the Roman Church.
When Pope Clement VII refused to annul his marriage with Catherine of AragonHenry responded by enacting legislation which limited papal jurisdiction and revenues in England. In February of the Commons acknowledged the king as their "only and supreme lord and, as far as the law of Christ allows, even supreme head.
He was not concerned with religion so much as power. Henry VIII did not seek Protestant reform, but the abolition of papal jurisdiction inevitably encouraged the emergence of Protestant sympathizers.
In Henry issued the Act of Six Articles, against those who advocated such Protestant reforms as marriage for the clergy or the denial of the doctrine of transubstantiation. A tangled web Henry had hoped to resolve the issue of who was to succeed him--and to expand the kingdom--by marrying his daughter, Mary, to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.
However, although Henry supported Charles against France inCharles rejected an English alliance, breaking his engagement to Mary in order to marry Isabella of Portugal.
Henry therefore sought to dissolve his marriage to Catherine of Aragon to enable him to father a legitimate son in marriage to Anne Boleyn.
The Act of Supremacy The Act of Supremacy established the crown as the "supreme head on earth" of the church.+ free ebooks online.
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Go to: Distributed Proofreaders. Why did Henry VIII break with Rome? Henry VIII broke with Rome because the pope in Rome would not grant him a divorce with his wife, Catherine of Aragon, because divorce was against church policy.
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