World History AP- 6hr
March 28, 2013
As the old saying goes, History repeats alone, which is true about the course of Christianity from 100 CE to 1750 VOTRE. The constant breaking of the East and Western Christian chapels, the expanding of the Christian church, and the fight against Islam are generally constants through the entire history of the Christian trust. However the American Christian House of worship further splits into both Protestant and Catholic values, conversions with the Christian Cathedral around the world was for different factors, and the range of converts changes.
Via 100 VOTRE to 1750 CE the Christian Church constantly repeats history, further transforming itself, into a effective religion. The split with the Eastern and Western The european countries begins in Rome about 400 CE. Around six hundred years afterwards the Great Schism takes place, which usually permanently splits the East and Traditional western parts of European countries into East Orthodox as well as the West to Roman Catholic. One of the final acts from the Great Schism is the last Crusade, that was an attack on the Asian Orthodox House of worship, also known as the Byzantine Empire, by the crusaders of the Roman Catholic Cathedral. Even though there were a splitting between the two Churches, the purpose of expansion remained a common twine in Christianity. The dispersing of Christianity was so diverse. Spanish and Costa da prata spread to places such as the Americas and Africa. Christianity also propagate to places in Asia through the Cotton Road and through the crusades. Although Christianity spread, the Islamic hope started to distributed as well. The fight to keep Christian terrain remained a consistent issue through this time period. It commences with the Turkic invaders, bribing Christian to become Islam, otherwise they would need to pay the jizya. The next reoccurrence of the Islamic religion trying to take over is towards the end of the Byzantine Empire. The Europeans get the function of Janissaries for the Ottoman Empire. They go on mission outings to...