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Quakers
radical puritan pacifists with no gov. allegiance
Armenians
Calvanists who put less emphasis on Predestination
Presbyterian
Calvinist branch.
most prominent in the Scots and Nothern Ireland.
Anglican
The Church of England
Moderately Protestant
Independants
Very radical puritans
Wanted every church in charge of their own matters and no larger organization.
Levellers
radical Purtians who wanted a democracy where everyone voted.
Diggers
radical Puritans who wanted/were in favor of no private property
Dissenters
Puritans who wouldn't accept the Church of England.
Middle Class group
Excluded from towns, schools and gov.
Janeism
Branch of Calvinist thought - supressed by Louis XIV
Jesuit name - heretical ideas.
Huguenots
Calvinists in France
Lollards
those who follow Jan Huss.
Margarett Fell
Mother of Quakers.
Mystics
individuals who can commune with God.
Levellers
radical Purtians who wanted a democracy where everyone voted.
Diggers
radical Puritans who wanted/were in favor of no private property
Dissenters
Puritans who wouldn't accept the Church of England.
Middle Class group
Excluded from towns, schools and gov.
George Fox
Founder of Quakers
Ulrich Zwingli
leader of the reformation in switzerland.