Here are some one liners...
Third Act Problems and What Constitutes an Unalienable Right -- King Henry the 8th bring back Mary and Elizabeth into the line of succession and then tries to guarantee that no one will change the law, but his son will try. I then talk about unalienable rights... rights that don't change because they come from God.
The Beginning of the Dutch Republic and a Foreign-born Leadership -- The Dutch Republic is the precursor to the Dutch Empire that will span the world. I also talk about the problem of foreign-born rulers.
Martin Luther Turns Against the Jews -- Martin Luther is frustrated with the Jews because they refuse to convert so he is calling for the persecution of the Jews.
Third Act Problems and What Constitutes an Unalienable RightIn previous Acts of the English Parliament, King Henry the 8th's female children had been removed from the line of succession and rendered as bastards. Now, at the direction of the King, his Parliament has restored Mary and Elizabeth as legitimate heirs to the throne behind his son, Edward. Another Act makes it a treasonable offense to change this line of succession again. No doubt this was done to protect Edward, but when Edward becomes King he will attempt to cut out his half-sisters by naming his successor as Lady Jane Grey but Mary won't let that stand. Lady Jane will rule for 9 days before Mary will have her removed and beheaded.   
The Beginning of the Dutch Republic and a Foreign-born LeadershipThe Duchy of Geldern has been the center of a series of wars that have finally come to an end. The region is now under the control of Carlos the 1st of Spain (otherwise known as the Holy Roman Emperor). This event brings the 17 provinces of the original Dutch Republic under a single direct ruler. There are a few technical issues to be resolved and a couple of rebellions but the basic elements the Dutch Republic are now in place. From here the Dutch Empire will grow and extend around the world.  
Martin Luther Turns Against the JewsMartin Luther publishes a pamphlet entitled "On the Jews and Their Lies." It differs greatly from his earlier works regarding the Jews when he chided his fellow Christians for being so cruel to the Jews. In 1523 he wrote: "If I had been a Jew and had seen such dolts and blockheads govern and teach the Christian faith, I would sooner have become a hog than a Christian. They have dealt with the Jews as if they were dogs rather than human beings; they have done little else than deride them and seize their property." 
But twenty years later, his attitude towards the Jews has taken a dark turn...
- "What shall we Christians do with this rejected and condemned people, the Jews? ..."
- "First, to set fire to their synagogues or schools and to bury and cover with dirt whatever will not burn..."
- "Second, I advise that their houses also be razed and destroyed..."