(A.D. 1559–1663) Refers to Queen Elizabeth I (A.D. 1533–1603) was Queen of England and Ireland and inherited a realm wracked with religious strife caused by her father, King H... more I’s rejection of The Christian tradition that is synonymous with Western (Latin) Christianity and claims its authority back to Peter and the Apostles but was repudiate... more while limiting the reformation of the English a term translated from the Greek word “Ecclesia” which means an assembly called together and is sometime translated as a congregation. A church is... more essentially creating a broad tent for Christian worship. It is articulated in the The official prayer book of the Church of England and is the basis for their common beliefs. It was first published under King Edward VI in 1549, with... more (1559), the (A.D. 1563) Queen Elizabeth I issues the 39 Articles, the official confessional document of the Church of England. more (1563) and the Parliament’s more (1559).