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PostSubject: Core Structure WS #22   Sat Oct 10, 2009 4:30 pm

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Question # 22

A. Thesis:


Henry of Navarre and Elizabeth 1 both succeeded in being tolerant of religion. They believed that no religious creed was worth the incessant disorder and destruction. For example Henry IV of France converted to Catholicism and sought better relations with the pope he said that “Paris is worth a mass”. Henrys willingness to sacrifice religious principalities saved
France. In addition Elizabeth the 1 successfully followed Machiavelli’s
suggestion. She had excellent political instincts her political shrewdness and
flexibility. And her wise selection of ministers and clever manipulation of
Parliament were part of her success. Elizabeth was also tolerant of religion
she chose a middle course between Catholic and Puritan extremes. She didn’t care what people believed as long as they kept quiet about it.



Major topic Sentences:

1. Machiavelli’s suggestion that a ruler ought not to take up faith was greatly followed by Henry IV of France, Knowing that almost all of France was Catholic. He converted to Catholicism. And he tried to gain Protestant confidence by issuing the Edict of Nantes and granting the Huguenots liberty of worship.

2. Elizabeth was both like a lion and a fox in a sense that she chooses a middle course between catholic and puritan extremes. She also established herself “Supreme Governor” of the Church of England and ruled over parliament. Parliamentary legislation of the early of Elizabeth’s reign laws sometimes labeled the Elizabethan Settlement.


B. Factual Info

1 a. Knelt before the archbishop of Burgess was received into the Roman Catholic Church

b. 1598 granted Huguenots liberty of worship

c. Lowered taxes on the overburdened peasants.

d. appointed a devout protestant maximal de Bethune Duke of Sully





2a.chose a middle course between catholic and puritans

b. manipulation over parliament

c. established herself Supreme Governor of the church

d. Elizabethan settlement


C. Clincher sentence

1. In many ways Henrys actions instigated a new way of thinking in France the idea of thinking in France, the idea of the politique, putting the interests of France before the goal of religious unity.


2. Elizabeth the 1 instituted Protestantism and under her reign she was powerful and kept control over parliament.


D.Conclusion.


In conclusion Elizabeth 1 and Henry IV of France successfully followed Machiavelli’s suggestion that a ruler should behave both like a lion and like a fox.

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Martin Luther overlooked this when he was blabbing about salvation through faith alone...
14 What does it profit, my brethren, if a man says he has faith but has not works? Can his faith save him? 17... faith by itself, if it has no works, is dead. 21 Was not Abraham our father justified by works, when he offered his son Isaac upon the altar? 23...the scripture was fulfilled... 26 For as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so faith apart from works is dead.
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