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DescriptionHistorical Interpretations of the English Reformation
1a) Outline each historians argument in about fifteen words.
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The Church was on the verge of collapse.
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The Church being in decline was very questionable
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Hatred towards the Church mounted and collapse was inevitable; however it’s evils were exaggerated.
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The English people hadn’t turned against their church and its corruption was historical illusions.
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People were loyal to the Church with no signs of collapsing until reformation actually happened.
b) Which historians agree with each other?
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