Unam Sanctam vs. The Law Licet Juris of the Frankfort Diet

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October 9, 2011

 

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On the other hand, some people believed that the king was the most important person and did not need to be approved by the church or papal authorities at all. In Unam Sanctam, Pope Boniface VII takes the approach of religious leaders having control over secular matters. In The Law Licet Juris of the Frankfort Diet, it declares the independence of secular authority and states that the pope has nothing to do with the king...
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In The Law Licet Juris of the Frankfort Diet, it declares the independence of secular authority and states that the pope has nothing to do with the king. The major source of conflict between the two authors is basically over who has more power. Boniface had a reputation for trying to increase papal power during his times as pope...
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