When Luther began the Reformation in Europe, England’s Henry VIII opposed him. Then came Henry’s divorce, after which he broke with Rome, made himself head of a new church, and set about condemning and killing thousands of Catholics — for treason. His daughter, Elizabeth I, was even worse.
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