Queen Elizabeth II currently holds the title of the Queen of England, who is described as the queen that brought Britain back to life after WWII. Elizabeth II was born April 21, 1962, as Princess Elizabeth Alexander Mary, in London, to Prince Albert, Duke of York, later to be known as George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. Married Phillip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947 and gave birth to four children, Charles, Prince of Wales, Anne, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex. Queen Elizabeth II lived a worldly life for over 87 years.
Elizabeth II was the first child and was born in her grandfather’s house and was baptized at Bingham Palace on May 29. Elizabeth II holds the title of Supreme Governor of the Church of England at the denomination of the Episcopalian faith. She is also a member in the Church of Scotland-a Presbyterian denomination, conflicts to a degree. Anglican denomination that goes back to Protestantism that came after the 16th century reformation. Catholicism emerged into two reforms, after the crowning of her mother Queen Elizabeth I Anglicanism finally came together. Anglicanism prominences on reason, Scripture, and simple religious devotion in contrary to Presbyterian that is broken into two parts: a pattern of religious thought and “government”.
The Queen expressed a deep commitment to her church and religion with this quote:
“To many of us, our beliefs are of fundamental importance. For me the teaching of Christ and my own personal accountability before God provide a framework in which I try to lead my life, I like so many of you, have drawn great comfort in difficult times from Christ’s words and example.”
Queen Elizabeth II was not only devoted to her religious values but, her father wanted her to be educated on religion by The Arch Bishop of Canterbury at her home.
Elizabeth II was home-schooled throughout her childhood by her governess, Marion Crawford, and her mother along with her sister. She was also educated by her father in the areas of Politics and History in which he was educating her in the preparation of her future reign ahead. He gave her newspapers to read on politics. He also arranged for Queen Elizabeth II to receive lessons on the art of Britain’s History. The king did not take for granted his reign as king, since his brother was gave up his seat, before he married the divorcee Wallis Simpson. King George VI wanted his daughters to have an ordinary up bringing but, be filled with knowledge.
At the age of 16, World War II came up blasted fast. Elizabeth II and her sister were kept away from her parents for security reasons it did not stop her from reaching out to her father and seeking to help out the injured. Elizabeth II did not want to sit down and do nothing for her people in need. She needed a purpose or maybe her religious values did...