Friday, October 2, 2015

Our series on Henry VIII Takes Over the Church Continues

As Henry VIII consolidates his takeover of the Church in England, Scotland, and Wales his popularity wanes.  His official in charge of the takeover is Thomas Cromwell. 

“Beknaved” by the King, whose confidence in him waned as he discerned the full meaning of the religious changes which Cromwell had brought about, met too by a growing opposition in the council as his favor declined, the temper of the man remained indomitable as ever. He stood absolutely alone.

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