When did the protestant king murder Catholics?
14 May 1610
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\n. \nHe was a Protestant. His wife was Catholic. Many people accused him of being a catholic because he wore extravagant clothing and Catholics were known to like extravagan…t things.
The KJV is a Protestant Bible.
Henry the fourth
James I of England was Protestant not Catholic.
protestant im sure!!
Depends on your definition. Henry VIII broke with Rome but Edward was the first Catholic king.
the protestants believe king billy was a protestant because that's what they are forced to believe other wise it would cause much debate among their faith.
Henry IV (Henry of Navarre)
King James was a Protestant.
he was prtestant!
He was catholic
There is no way a Catholic should ever accept such a mistake-prone, error-filled, truncated copy of the Sacred Scriptures as the King James Version. The King James Version, na…med after the famous morally corrupt king of England was a translation based on Martin Luther's truncated version of the Scriptures, and sought to *slant* translations so as to favor the interpretation of those who disagree with the previous 1,500 years of Christian teaching.
King Henry VIII was born a Catholic, and remained one until the pope would not grant him a divorce from his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. He then decided not to remain with… Catholic Church, and to form a separate church in England-- a protestant one. So by the time he died, he was officially a protestant (although many still believe he was basically a Catholic at heart). His eldest daughter, Queen Mary, would rule as a Catholic, and his youngest daughter, Queen Elizabeth I, would rule as a protestant.