What are some Religious causes of the crusades?
a CLASH of religious belief
they were religious wars, Christan's vs. Muslims.
There wasn't one. The Crusades were a religious act. It was essentially a "convert or die" mentality.
There are two types of crusades: the political crusades and the religious crusades. The crusades are used to win new converts and inform. Political crusades are usually used for power and fame.
the crusades was a religious war starting in 1906
Some knights went on the crusades to bring back wealth. Some went as part of a quest, or as part or a religious pilgrimage.
The Crusades were religious wars fought in medieval times.
The Muslims were in control at the end of the crusades.
The Crusades for starters. The Crusades were a religious was between the Christians and the Muslims...with the Jews caught in the middle.
the causes of the crusades was to get the holy land back
That's not a question. Also, the Crusades.
The Crusades brought much riches to Western Europe and created a sense of religious unity.
Religious tolerance in Western Europe.
All of the religious people that wanted Jerusilm.
increasing religious rivalries
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The crusades were people that belived in god going on a journey to seek wealth, or/and adventure, or/and salvation, and/or other religious purposes.
The crusades were fought for a variety of religious, economic, and political reasons and many historians see the Crusades as part of a purely defensive war against Islamic conquest.
people who joined the crusades for religious reasons were peasants because Pope Urban II said that all peasants who join the crusades, their sins would be forgiven by God.
Almost every war has multiple causes. Even things that are typically seen as religious wars, such as the Crusades, also have non-religious elements. (In the case of the Crusades, there was the political need to protect Byzantine Constantinople from the expansion and conquest of the Turkish Empires.) So, no. There are no wars based exclusively on religion, but religion figures quite heavily in most wars in the Middle East.
The Crusades encouraged religious fanaticism and gross intolerance. It was a very nasty version of 'Onward, Christian soldiers!' During the crusades,many thousands of Jews were unnecessarily slaughtered by the Christians and the Muslims, as they took no part in the crusades.
The Muslims taking Christian land
The Turks or the Holy man of the religious crusades.
Jews and Buddhists
The Crusades were a series of religious battles between Christians and Muslims to win possession of the holy land of Jerusalem. The Crusades were ultimately won by the Muslims as they managed to take back ownership of the area.
They were called crusades. There were a number of crusades to the Holy Land, but there were others, such as the Northern Crusades against pagans of the Baltic region, and the Albigensian Crusade against French heretics.
The most important long term effect of the crusades is the increase of religious intolerance. For example, there has been a constant power struggle between the Jews, Catholics, and Muslims over the birth place of their religions; Jerusalem. Because of a lack of religious intolerance, that not only fueled but seemed to justify the fighting that went on during the crusades, after the crusades, and even in modern times.
The religious zeal of the Crusades was one of the main reasons.
less than 200 years!!
They weren't actually called knights... they were called Crusaders, but anyways, they simply went to Crusades to help serve their country and religious beliefs.
The crusades is not a person it is a holy war between two or more religious. But they were fighting for Jerusalem for different reasons. It was between Muslims and christians.
The problem around 1100 was the Crusades, which encouraged religious fanaticism. Moreover, some 'robber barons' used the Crusades as an excuse to plunder and murder Jews.
More religious faith = keeping the people in check
Because they did not believe in the higher power of Botox Balls.
The cause of the crusades on Europe of the middle ages were an important factor in the history of the progress of civilization. The effects of the crusades influenced the wealth and power of the catholic church and MORE! hope this helped! :-D
Some knights went on crusades because they believed in the religious cause. Some went for reasons that were entirely based on desire to acquire wealth. Some went to do penance for their sins. Some simply wanted to have the experience and prove themselves. There were many reasons.
1. Crusading - meaning going to the Holy Land - was an expensive business. Some 'knights' decided to finance their expeditions by robbing Jews on the way. 2. The Crusades encouraged religious fanaticism. 3. One of the motives for the (early) Crusades was to get upper class robbers and thugs out of Western Europe.
(* the religious wars called the Crusades are capitalized, but not the similar usage) "The Crusades took place at a time when Europeans were looking for a way to earn glory, both in this life and for the next." "As part of the temperance movement, Carrie Nation launched many regional crusades against the use of alcoholic beverages."
There were eight major crusades that happened in the world. All of them were out of religious conflicts mainly between Christians and Muslims and so many people lost their lives.
The Crusades was an attempt by Christendom to recapture the Biblical Holy Land (Jerusalem and area) which had been conquered by the Muslims. Prior to the Muslim conquest it had been a Christian kingdom.
The religious crusades of 1095 were disastrous to many middle eastern countries.
religious fervor and a really big sword
The Roman Catholics and Muslims.
They went to Crusades to help serve their country and religious beliefs.
During the middle Ages, the two primary religions in conflict during the Crusades were Christianity and Islam. Forces from each side fought for many reasons, and many of them religious: each side wished to influence the other on behalf of their own religious convictions.
The famous (and often infamous) crusades of the Middle Ages were initially launched for religious reasons. With the loss of sacred sites in the Middle East, along with the massacre of resident Christians, by Muslims in the 11th century, the reigning Pope of the time called for a military response by European powers to restore Christianity's hold in the areas violated. In later years and with later crusades, other motivations arose (economic, political, personal, etc.)… Read More
the Crusades was for the Crusader leaders to gain more political support in their home countries in their efforts to be reigned. The preaching of Pope Urban II also is an excellent cause for the Crusades. The phrase "God wills It." is spoken by him and remembered throughout the Crusades. The tendency to get political control of the city of Jerusalem
Growth in trade and in economy.