I would like to thank you by letting you be head of this church.
Tomas Cranmer Born: 2nd July 1489 in Notting Hamshire Died: 21st March 1556 of execution for heracy Cranmer was given a fellowship in 1510 from Jesus college,Cambridge.
God Hates the Catholics
You are wrong he loves everyone
Years after his graduation Cranmer found an unlikelyfriend in Henry the 8th (the king of England at that time) when Cranmer annulledHenry's marriage to Catharine.
This book is amazing.
Thats much better.
In return for helping him king henry appointedCranmer Archbishop of Canterbury where Cranmer would then help people of the Anglican faith to connect with God.
Over time people around Cranmer began to fight overtheir beliefs, soon this became too much for Cranmer so he decided to take allhis knowledge and confine it into one book he called the book of common prayer.
Oh no, what am I going to do?
The book that Cranmer had written helped to unifyeveryone and gave them a good understanding of God as it was a book all English-speakingChristians could clearly read.
Cranmer was later burned on the 21st of March in 1556 for heracy however the book of common prayer spread throughout the world and most Anglicans still useit today.