Elizabeth i (7 september 1533 – 24 march 1603) was queen of england and ireland from 17 november 1558 until her death sometimes called the virgin queen, gloriana, or good queen bess, elizabeth was the fifth and last monarch of the tudor dynasty the daughter of henry viii of england, she was. Elizabeth’s religious settlement of 1559 was a form of moderate protestantism she called herself governor not the head of the church catholics were free to worship in their own way in private. October 13th morta ramoskaite y12 history homework essay to what extend was the religious settlement of elizabeth’s own choosing there, in britain, were many changes which occurred in religion between 1558 and 1629. With her religious settlement, elizabeth had to consider a number of different factors without doubt, the most important task following her accession was to resolve the ideological divisions in the country brought about by the religious changes in the past three monarch's reigns. However, when deciding on her own religious settlement, elizabeth had a number of influencing factors she had grown up as a 'committed and conventionally pious protestant' and these views obviously effected the way she ran her household and.
Religion + religious settlement elizabeth 50 / 5 hide show resource information god and bible should be accessed in own language believed catholics were too concerned with money and power closer to the queen in terms of ideals for church settlement elizabeth thinks bishops should be: disciplinary - maintain discipline, enforce. Religious settlement explores how elizabeth i dealt with the complex religious divisions. Religious settlement religion became a very divisive factor in people’s lives in england when protestant ideas challenged the dominance of the catholic church of rome elizabeth offered a.
Taking into account elizabeth’s own personal beliefs, which were conveniently politically shrewd, elizabeth seemed to have adopted the pragmatic policy of trying to please everyone and to keep internal peace, with a settlement containing enough. Elizabeth i: the religious settlement of 1559 there is much debate amongst historians concerning the religious priorities of elizabeth in formulating the momentous church settlement of 1559, which was to shape the church of england for years to come. Elizabeth's religious views were remarkably tolerant for the age in which she lived while she had her own beliefs and convictions, she also believed in tolerating the views of others, and sincerely believed that catholics and protestants were basically of the same faith. Elizabeth’s accession in 1558 was universally met with expectations of change in religion catholics dreaded the renewal of schism from rome, while protestants eagerly anticipated the continuation of reforms begun under henry viii and edward vi. Once she had settled her country’s official religion with the religious settlement of 1559, she didn’t want to open the issue up to debate again and, as england’s queen, elizabeth enjoyed unprecedented freedoms for a woman.
Elizabeth i – religious settlement elizabeth’s personal religious beliefs there is no complete understanding of elizabeth’s own religious views. The elizabethan religious settlement, which was made during the reign of elizabeth i, was a response to the religious divisions in england during the reigns of henry viii, edward vi and mary i this response, described as the revolution of 1559,  was set out in two acts of the parliament of england. Elizabeth’s religious settlement of 1558 was a success between 1558-1571” asses the validity of this view for elizabeth’s religious settlement of 1558 to have been a success, it would have been accepted by the laity and the clergy and received little opposition from both conservative catholics and radical protestants it would also have fulfilled elizabeth’s personal aims and as. The historical journal, 43, 2 (2000), pp 317–344 printed in the united kingdom # 2000 cambridge university press the chapel royal, the first edwardian prayer book, and elizabeth’s settlement of religion, 1559. Elizabeth's personal religious convictions have been much debated by scholars she was a protestant, but kept catholic symbols (such as the crucifix), and downplayed the role of sermons in defiance of a key protestant belief.
The elizabethan religious settlement, which was made during the reign of elizabeth i, was a response to the religious divisions in england during the reigns of henry viii, edward vi and mary i this response, described as the revolution of 1559,  was set out in two acts. Elizabeth i's religious settlement queen elizabeth i inherited a nation suffering from religious flux, but went on to build a stable, peaceful nation 1534 : the reformation of henry viii made england’s monarch the spiritual and secular head of the realm. Elizabethan religious settlement study play 3 ways in which elizabeth showed she was protestant 1) teenager translated texts by erasmus - elizabeth's own beliefs - keeping catholic europe at bay - balancing interests of catholics and protestants at home - getting government to agree. Elizabethan religious settlement topic the elizabethan religious settlement, which was made during the reign of elizabeth i, was a response to the religious divisions in england during the reigns of henry viii, edward vi and mary i.
Elizabeth was a protestant from the very beginning after coming to power, she thought of finding a midway to unite the religious divides, created during the reigns of her predecessors so, she came up with the 'elizabethan religious settlement' also described as 'the revolution of 1559. Religious settlement of henry viii and elizabeth i 1 1 religious settlement of henry viii and elizabeth i 11 introduction: the english reformation was a series of events in 16th century england by which the church of england broke away from the authority of the pope and the catholic church. He says that the settlement does reflect quite closely elizabeth’s own religious viewsshe wanted to create a church where as many believers as possible would be able to find salvation consequence n jones argued that it was the result of a struggle between the house of lords, the queen, council, and the bishops.