Church of England
The Church of England was created by King Henry VIII because of an argument with the pope. It needed to be made at some point during the reformation. Henry protested the papal advantages. He thought that the church and government should be separate, and he should be able to get a divorce. The pope would not let him get a divorce because of religion, so, protesting the papal advantages, the king created the church. Later on, he separated it from the Roman Catholic Church. This made an impact in the Reformation.