What was the Lollard movement and what was their theology and influence in England? Stackhouse argues for a limited impact that the Reformation in Europe had in England in the early years. His main point is that the early English Reformation theology owes much to the enduring strength of Lollardy. He focuses in particular on the works of William Tyndale.
This article on church history gives an account of the Reformation in England. The Reformation in England is unique, since it did not take place through church men or theologians, but through kings. It was not religiously motivated, but rather political. God worked to build His church through individuals such as Henry VIII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I, and James I.