Intro to World Religions 2_5_5

Intro to World Religions 2_5_5 - Talmud, Midrash...

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Talmud, Midrash Charlesmagne Son of King Pippin the Short and Bertrada of Laon, He succeded his father and co- ruled with his brother Carloman He continue his father policy towards the papacy and became its protector He forcible converted people to Christianity and paved the way for the later Ottonian dynasty He is the Father of Europe The Crusades Trials which the Jews endured from time to time in different kingdoms of the Christian west. The first crusade 1096 flourish in the communities of the Rhine and the Danube The second crusade 1147, Jews of France suffer tremendously. The third crusade 1188 affected the English Jews Sheperd crusades in 1251 and 1320. Expulsions Driven out of England in 1290 Out of France in 1394 Between 1350 and 1450 in Germany, Italy and the Balkan peninsula They were also preys of the Inquisition and they were forced out of the country in 1492 Hasklah During the European renaissance and enlightenment. The Jews began the Haskalah movememt in 1700. It gave birth to the Reform and Conservative movements and planted
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