The speech of Urban II at Clermont in 1095 was the special moment, when he promised and guaranteed that any person who will join to the campaign would get Holy land and place in heaven. At that time believe in God and Holy land was very popular, so Urban II mostly affected on moral of the people. The effect was stunning; people from all parts of Western Europe started to think that moving to Jerusalem is their duty. Actually the main purpose of Urban II was to unite all Christians in Europe and to achieve his aim completely he reminded people that their lands are poor, while Muslims live in Holy lands under good conditions. Citizens were now strongly motivated and ready to invade irreligious opponents.
pilots, soldiers and anybody else in the military can be a patriot. in fact there probably the greatest patriots we have. They fight for us, our country and most importantly our freedoms. if we did not have our freedoms then we could go back to everybody being or servant sto others and not being equal. D. Martin Luther King has shaped America into something we today know as normal but things in the past they would look at us like were crazy.
Mark: if the United States stayed in the Philippines, One would be that Americans would corrupt themselves because of the brutal way in which they had to fight this war that was an immoral war and Americans shouldn't be involved in it. The other argument that the anti-imperialists made was that even if McKinley won this war, he could not extend constitutional rights to the Filipinos, that the American Constitution was only meant for certain races and would only extend as far as the American continent. Keith: an immoral war? It seems to me that God, with infinite wisdom and skill, is training the Anglo-Saxon race for an hour sure to come in the world’s future.
Why did Islam spread so fast? In 610 CE A man named Muhammad was outside of a cave meditating and soon began hearing voices. As he listened he heard them say “Give birth to a religion called Islam.” Islam began to spread faster than any other religion.
Manifest Destiny is the belief of the nineteenth century that America was destined by God to expand westward. The author of Our Country: Its Possible Future and Its Present Crisis believed that God established Anglo-Saxons as the superior people whose purpose was to spread Christianity. (Doc B) This idea of spreading a superior culture or religion has been a motive for expansion for decades before this. Despite this support for expansionism, there were those who were against it.
The battle between the Ottoman Empire and the Holy League known is as the Battle of Lepanto and it is the most important for the Christian religion. It is of great significance because if the Holy League had not won, the Ottoman Empire would have taken over Europe, and destroyed the Christian religion. The forming of the Holy League was important as well. The new naval technique used by the Christian forces and the first success to push back and erode the Ottoman empire were the key concepts to defeat the Ottomans. The well-known crusades were fought between the end of the eleventh century and the late thirteenth century.
This shows that the Byzantines’ loyalty to God is far superior than loyalty to any living man. Furthermore, the Romans would never be loyal to one God, and would also praise the government over any of the Gods in their pantheon. The Romans believed that their emperor was the most
In history, Christians held Muslims to a threatening status before the crusades even began. In fact, the chances that the Christians met Muslims greatly improved their overall idea of them. During the crusades trade wasn’t allowed to be exchanged in fear of the Christians that would be excommunicated for associating with the Islams, even though trade still continued throughout the Crusades regardless. Politically the religious impact from the Crusades was in the massive expenditures that created an overwhelming effect on European politics. The crusades had massive armies that needed to be transported across extensive amounts of land which costed large sums of money.
(Knapp) Muhammad faced discrimination in a very rough time and handled it very professionally. Some believe this is his greatest act he’s ever done. As he did this, it proved to the white man that maybe not all colored people were how they envisioned that they were. If Muhammad had not taken these actions, then it’s possible that colored people would not even be integrated into our sports yet.
On ranker.com’s list of the most influential people ever it was voted that Jesus Christ was the most influential. Many say Jesus wasn’t the most influential because the bible isn’t factual evidence but he is the most influential but he is the center figure for a religion in which 84% of the world believe in. So even if it’s not factual he has still affected our world largely. Jesus once said, “There is only one love that love unconditionally- the love of the divine.” Many live by this quote
According to Document A,B and C it mostly spread in the 632-750. The Qur’an teaches to be a better person,therefore most people converted muslims to be a better person. After Islam grew it gained more ground giving a major advantage in battles. Once arabs started attacking, the muslim communities had to start defending because they didn’t permit to attack one another as stated in Document D. I have stated the three main reasons why islam
How far do you agree with the view that Japanese textbooks whitewash the history of the Nanking Massacre? Chinese citizens today are arguing about the whitewash of the Nanking Massacre in Japanese textbooks, although the Japanese government is opposed to it. Overall, many historians agree that Japanese textbooks whitewash the history of the Nanking Massacre, and it is certainly true. Most Japanese textbooks only say that the Nanking Incident occurred in 1937, and the Japanese killed many Chinese. No further information is given, like why it occurred, how it occurred, and what did the Japanese army specifically do.
The main purpose of religion is said to be to maintain and promote peace, compassion, and dignity among the interactions of the common people. However, that unfortunately has not been the situation, as the Sunni-Shia divide that has been present in the religion of Islam since the late 600’s has resulted in severe conflict. After the death of Muhammad, the final Prophet in Islam, Muslims began to develop differing views as to who should be the Prophet’s successor. The differing views in opinion resulted in the formation of two groups: the Sunnis and the Shiites. The Sunnis believed the successor should be a direct descendant of Muhammad, while the Shias favored the idea of the community choosing the best candidate for obtaining the leadership
Several civilizations have experienced cultural diffusion throughout history, due to the trade routes that existed. The spread of religion, goods, and knowledge to their surrounding ethnic groups is due to to the trans-Saharan trade routes. These trade routes caused civilizations to have connections with each other, causing cultures to blend. If the trans-Saharan trade routes never existed several African countries would have never experienced cultural diffusion. Cultural diffusion helped make cultures more aware of their surrounding ethnic groups.
The Islam religion, believed by Muslims, has spread across the globe at rapid speeds. Muhammad ibn Abdullah started the religion. The religion began in Mecca. The religion was made known in 610 CE. The two major themes of the religion are “Allah is the one God” and the importance of charity.