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The First Book, Chapters I-X:The Separatist Interpretation of the Reformation of the Church of England, 1550-1607

• Reader is introduced to the "professors."

• Professors wanted to break away from the Church of England.

• Professors felt that the Church was becoming corrupt.

• Persecution was present for those that did not follow the Church.

• Many professors suffered ill and violent, sometimes fatal, treatment.

• Many people fled the country.

• Some people returned when Queen Elizabeth I took the throne.

• The Queen tolerated the professors.

• Queen Elizabeth I appointed some professors to high level positions in the Church.

• Great controversy ensued.

• The Church adopted traditional celebrations and holidays of the "heathens."

• James I takes the throne.

• Puritans are persecuted; many flee England.

• Separatists planned to go to Holland.

• The passage was often blocked.

• Many incidents including theft and betrayal haunted the Puritans.

• The Separatists arrive in Holland.

• Many obstacles stood in the...

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