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What were the basic movements that lay behind the development of the crusades
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Some were directed against other Christians, such as the Fourth Crusade against
... with the Peace and Truce of God movements, forbidding violence against
certain ... communities in the Holy Land of Christendom, and western Europeans
were not ... an important role in the development of the crusades later in the
Mar 17, 2015 ... In Christianity, the Crusades were expeditions of Christian Europe in the twelfth ...
yet they constitute in themselves a complete phase of historical development. ...
An age which laid so much stress on sacred relics would as a matter of ... them
throw light upon the character of the later and greater movement.
Christianity is the dynamic element in the history of our Western culture. ... speak
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<sup>10</sup> .... Followers of Jesus of Nazareth were first called Christians in Antioch (Acts
..... Three reasons are primarily given for the beginning of the Crusades: (1) to
Mar 19, 2011 ... A breed of proto-imperialists, the Crusaders introduced Western aggression to
the ... But the truth is that the Crusades were notoriously bad for plunder. .... The
colossus of the medieval world was Islam, not Christendom. ... Lay piety
movements sprouted up throughout Europe, all rooted in the desire to ...
Feb 17, 2016 ... For a more detailed treatment of the early church, see Christianity. ... to a single
catholic authority of apostolicity, in which the three elements were inseparable.
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religious enthusiasm associated with the peace movement and the ....
Although the basic reason behind the League's formation was the defense of the
... history of the Low Countries: Development of Dutch humanism ... resulted in
the division of Western Christendom between Roman Catholicism and the new
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the West and bring its people back into the fold of Western Christendom. ... This
whole concept may seem odd, since the Crusades were, essentially, a call to
arms. ... When rye rots, it creates a poison, which causes convulsive movements
Theorizing the Crusades: Identity, Institutions, and Religious War in Medieval
Latin Christendom 1 ... variety of polities and social movements within and
beyond Latin Christendom. ... What were the motive forces behind these
ecclesiastical wars? ... demographic pressures associated with the development