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Archive for the ‘Crusades’ Category

Christianity, Islam, Missions and the Crusades …

Posted on: August 27th, 2010 by Matt No Comments

Introduction

Christian History has some great moments and also some terrible moments. The Crusades (from roughly 1096 to 1291, though there were some ‘minor’ crusades after this time period) are a period of history that Christians are often denigrated and made to feel guilt over. Christians will readily agree with their opponents that many disgusting and barbaric things were done in the name of Christ during the Crusades against the Muslims and Jews. “But the crusaders were real Christians. They deplored their sins. They longed for forgiveness. They loved fellow Christians in the East. They yearned to do something noble and lasting for their Lord. They prayed and fasted before battles and praised God after victories. Their devotion and courage make ours look juvenile.”
This paper will explore the factors and events of the Crusades briefly with a focus specifically on how missions and the desire to win the unsaved for Christ are related to the Crusades are related. While there were no large missionary movements (at least during the first four Crusades), there were some who had the desire to lead the Muslims and others to Christ during this time period.

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History of the Crusades Against Islamic Invaders (1095-1297)

Posted on: December 31st, 2009 by Matt 1 Comment

(This Article used by permission of "History of Jihad.Com.")

Our generation should realize that the Crusaders saved us from a bleak and gory fate of being subjugated by the murderous and beastlike Muslims. We owe the Crusaders our gratitude and need to take inspiration from their spirit, grit, determination and ruthless bravery for completing their unfinished task. It is no wonder that in a spontaneous expression of his mindset President Bush called the war on Terror – "a Crusade".

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The 1st Crusade: Did It Save The Western World?

Posted on: December 31st, 2009 by Matt No Comments

Introduction

Christian History has some great moments and also some terrible moments. The Crusades are a period of history that Christians are often made to feel badly for, especially by those who do not like Christianity to start with. Christians will readily agree with their opponents that many disgusting and barbaric things were done in the name of Christ during the Crusades against the Muslims (as well as by the Muslims to the Christians).

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