• anonymous
please can some tell me.How did religion influence the Magna Carta?
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  • anonymous
Only one major clause in the Magna Carta of 1215 is relevant to religion -- the guarantee of liberties for the English Church. Otherwise, it dealt primarily with feudal customs and the system of justice, as the barons' response to the exploitation and abuses of King John. In fact, only three of its provisions remain valid today: freedom of the English Church, affirmation of freedom for London and other English towns, and -- most important -- the right of any man against arrest, imprisonment or seizure of his property without due process.

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