People all over Europe feared the Roman Legion. But as time went on the mighty Roman Legion began to lose its name. Many things caused this, but the main one was Christianity. This made Romans non-violent and they didn 't want to join the military. So Rome had 2 options, either have a small military or an army full of mercenaries.
Christian Europe persecutes Jews, and many have come here, along with brighter Christians who seek to know the truth, but are persecuted by the church in Rome, because the people there do not even understand their own religion. All of these people come here, because we accept them, and value them as a treasure for us to use. They are a gift to Allah, even though they keep their own religion. Together we are making al-Andalus the intellectual centre of the world. In the Christian areas, it is a pigsty of ignorance, which they value more than truth.” Hisham” Why should this be so, it makes no sense.” Abdur “Who are the people who are the greatest artisans, who are the best traders, who are involved in international banking, who have developed their own religious laws here to a level that makes our efforts look feeble, are the Jews.
The Spanish Inquisition affected thousands of hundreds of people. The problem to be addressed is was the Spanish Inquisition fair and just to the people of Spain? Some say that it’s not fair because the Muslims had religious tolerance when they ruled Spain. Others argue that it is fair because it prevents further conflict between the people of Spain. Ultimately, the Spanish Inquisition wasn’t fair to the Muslims and Jews because they were contributing members of society, they were told that they needed to either convert to Catholic, or be exiled, and they had to leave all their belongings behind if they left.
Dearest Cousin, I am glad to hear that life in America is good but unfortunately I can not say the same. Here in Berlin life has been on the decline ever since the end of the Great War. The war left the country littered with abandoned tanks, entire towns devastated by bombings, and trench lines scarring the earth. Reparations for the war have taken an enormous toll on the economy and many of us Germans are struggling to keep from starving or freezing to death. We’ve been living in fear here ever since the outbreak of war between Austria and Serbia.
They wanted nothing to do Britain because it prevented them from trading and communication with Britain 's enemies. This made sense for most of the colonists and saying that they will never be able to do what they want as a country if they are apart of a powerful yet despised empire of the world. Explain why it mattered that the colonists decided to break free It mattered a lot more than realized at the time because of the effect it had on the Colonies, Britain and the rest of the World. It allowed America to become free and prosper into a great nation. It also opened a gateway into something of a quarrel with many competing countries because they thought Great Britain was vulnerable because they had lost to their once controlled subjects, who were poorly trained and equipped with weapons to win a war.
I believe that the relationship between the British and Americans could not have been saved primarily because England had always had a big bully mentality; you better agree with me or suffer the consequences kind of approach. In actuality, that is exactly how the Puritan arrived in America. The Puritans were once people of political influences but soon were being persecuted; they preferred to follow the Bibles as guides to their daily lives instead of the King of England. It got to the point, the Puritans decided to face the dangerous journey to the New World in hopes of freedom to practice their religion in peace. In comparison, America was similar to Belize a former British colony able to establish self rule under the British Commonwealth
Otherwise, it very well may not have had the same effect at a different time, and it wouldn’t have caused the same amount of change. Unfortunately, the Catholic Church didn’t like the idea of people breaking away and going to other denominations. They also didn’t like the loss in indulgences as people realized that they didn’t need to pay to free their loved ones from purgatory or be released of sin. So, the church came up with the idea of Counter-Reformation, and then it created the Council of Trent which both held to the idea of bringing back Catholicism and fighting the spread of Protestantism. There was also the start of the Jesuits who wanted to spread Christianity and went to further out areas, like India, to spread their
Oscar Wilde said “selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, it is asking others to live as one wishes to live.” That said, the Puritans were a very religious group of people who wished to escape religious persecution in order to spread their beliefs to others. Their hatred and enmity of both the church was so great they could no longer stay in England. In their point of view, there was nothing wrong with what they did at all. Their reason for leaving was religious freedom, but their way of thinking was mean and inconsiderate. For people that felt attacked and persecuted for following a certain religion, they were certainly did not show any empathy towards others who had views opposing theirs.
Take care of yourselves." (Document A). The citizens of Hims, who were mainly Jews and Christians, replied that they preferred their rule over the "oppression" of anyone else. The Muslims then persisted and opposed the probabilities to win against Heraclius's troops, although they were outnumbered 24,000 to 70,000. They protected the citizens of the city they had taken control of, in return for a reasonable tax.
The Crusades were carried out as a response to the vandalism of the Christian shrines, destruction of churches and persecution of Christians in Holy Land. The paper shall show that the Crusades were a form of Salvation for the Christians. A Crusade was thought to be legitimate and had to meet a specific criteria. A person never entered into the Crusade for just self-aggrandizement
(Q) How could the leaders of the Puritans look at this case and think that their religion or their lifestyle is healthy for the people? Winthrop 's ideology is basically telling the people that no matter what good deeds you do it 'll never be good enough for God. On the other hand this guilt is basically what built America. Why else would the Puritans be working so hard to make a functional city (besides the Queen 's authority and the promise of freedom of religion) they thought that they were the "chosen ones" by God and that the city upon a hill was the promise land. But was it worth all the constant fear and anxiety that they would be burning in a pit of flames?
World war 2 started because of the invasion Japan did to China. Japan did this because they were mad, they wanted to get back at the Allies. The Allies said they do not get a say in the world’s issues so Hitler decided to promise Germany to restore their country’s power. It was good that we fought in World war 2 because we got to help other countries on our side and we stopped hitler from killer more
Freedom to Prosecute Religion Colonial America is often thought of as a safe haven from religious persecution. Future colonists had been persecuted for not accepting their countries ' religious doctrine and were willing to travel long distances in search of religious freedom. Religious freedom would still be far from grasp as Puritans would continue their homelands traditions of persecution for many more years. Puritans, unlike the Pilgrims (who sought to completely separate from the Church of England), wanted to purify the Church. As followers of John Calvin, they believed that God was all powerful and completely sovereign.
The decision by the crusaders to continue on and capture Jerusalem was almost certainly religiously motivated. However the decision to capture Jerusalem without capturing any of the surrounding territory first wasn 't motivated by religious zeal but was motivated mainly by desperation and possibly a small amount of impatience. The reason the crusaders moved on Jerusalem without taking the surrounding area first was that "al-Afdal had seized Jerusalem from the Turks." Al Afdal was the vizier of Egypt. Given time he would be able to raise an army to reinforce the city.
Jerusalem was important to the Christians because it was known as the Holy Land. It was know as the Holy Land because it was holding Jesus’ tomb and it was where Jesus was said to be crucified. The Turks took Jerusalem for more land. The Turks were Muslim so they didn’t want the Christians in the city. The Turks began persecuting the