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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Refers to the worldly political power of kings, princes and magistrates in contrast to the spiritual power of the clergy and is sometimes referred to as the “temporal sword” that administers justice in the temporal world. This distinction was important in medieval theology. (see Unam Sanctam).

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