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Effects of Religion 1 EFFECTS OF RELIGION DANA DUTCH MAY 6 2010 HUM/130 AXIA COLLEGE OF UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX
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Effects of Religion 2 Effects of Religion Religion affects people in numerous ways. Religion can make people extremely self-righteous and charitable. However, this same self-righteousness can potentially lead to extremism; this may affect a myriad lives that are not even directly connected to the religion. Two momentous events that have occurred in the world as a result of religion are The Crusades and the 9/11 attacks. Religious extremism as pointed out above eventually led to The Crusades, whose original purpose was to recapture Jerusalem by the Christians; it was under the rule of Muslims. The Christians viewed themselves as the defenders of a crusading religion. The Crusades , which was essentially a group of religious battles, took place from 1095-1291. The Crusades had far-reaching political, economic, and social impacts, some of which have lasted into contemporary times. There where internal conflicts
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course ETH 125 ETH125 taught by Professor Dan during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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