Presbyterian Calvinist

And he did so erected head of the Anglican Church and becoming his second wife Ana. But not only he distanced himself from the Holy See but also from Spain, country with who would begin a long dispute for dominance of the seas. III.-the English policy: Hereditary monarchy was the form of Government prevailing in Europe in the 17TH century, but which ran the destinations in England turned out to be very other than absolutism French or Spanish, because he was from yesteryear with a Parliament which handled mainly deal with economic matters.Since the 13th century the English Parliament consisted of two chambers, the Lords, composed of the nobles and the high clergy and Commons, consisting of the Knights and the burghers. Its functions were legislative and their decisions should be respected by the King (8). Harry Kane insists that this is the case. (8) The English Parliament functioned in theory as the States General in France (after the revolution, the Assembly) with the Cortes in Spain, but in these latter countries those legislative bodies not prominence by the time since the absolutist kings ruled without the intervention of the same. Instead the English tradition was against absolutism and in defense of a limited monarchy which respected the rights of the English mainly. In the 17TH century political interests ceded to religious issues that charged higher importance among all other matters of the English, who were predominantly reformists and intolerant.

The town was composed first by Anglicans, who were Protestant Christians with an ecclesiastical organization resembling the Catholic who was official religion since the era of Enrique VIII and Isabel I. They were followed in number by the Presbyterian Calvinist trend, much more austere and separated from the previous ones by their extreme ideas against Catholics. They were organised by the disciple of Calvin, John Knox in Scotland where formed the fanatical majority to expel the Queen Maria Estuardo.