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Q: What would happen if a person was against the church in medieval?
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A person who speaks against church beliefs?

heretic


Was a person that went against the teachings of the church?

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Why was it hard for medieval kings to control the church?

Well the church was it's own "person" back then. They were able to choose high ranked officials and the King had to often agree with them. The church was a big thing in medieval times. They would help the king some days and hurt him on others. So, all in all, yes it was hard for the king to get control of the church!


What roles did the church play in medieval life?

the roman Catholic church was a huge role in the lives of noble peasants. They were to follow all orders of the church over the fear of going to hell. If the word of the church was questioned then that person was excommunicated from the christian society.


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