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Professions and Applied Sciences
Christianity meaning "the anointed one" is a monotheistic, Abrahamic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ as presented in the New Testament.
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▶ The Church and the Dark Ages
The Dark Ages was a period of religious struggle. Orthodox Christians and Catholics viewed the era from opposing perspectives. Orthodox Christians regarded this time as a period of Catholic corruption; they repudiated the ways of the Catholic Church with its papal doctrines and hierarchy. Orthodox Christians strove to recreate a pure Christianity, void of these “dark” Catholic ways. Catholics did not view this era as “dark.” Catholics viewed this period as a harmonious, productive religious era. The Dark Ages were also the years of vast Muslim conquests. Along with other nomads and horse and camel warriors, the Muslims rode through the fallen empire, wreaking havoc and seeding intellectual and social heresy in their wake. Muslim conquests prevailed until the time of the Crusades.
Church Reform and the Crusades
In this video lesson we will be discussing church reform and the crusades. The Crusades were religious conflicts during the High Middle Ages through to the end of the Late Middle Ages, conducted under the sanction of the Latin Catholic Church.
World History Lesson 14- Christianity
In this video lesson we will be looking at Christianity. Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and oral teachings of Jesus Christ as presented in the New Testament.
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