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    • Do you even know how the Islamic religion spread?
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    • This isn’t even funny. I’m an atheist but always bringing this up about Christians is stupid. Most of the ones I meet are nice and don’t give a fuck what other people believe. Islam however actually is a threat and encourages violence. Thousands of years and Islam is stuck in the fucking dark ages.
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    • I love how ppl still try to use the crusades to condemn Christianity... Ya'll be making the world's worst fanfiction.
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    • Is this referencing the crusades that was a response to the ever growing Islamic reign that took up a land mass of almost or more than the size of modern day Russia in just several decades by pillaging, raping and slaughtering thousands and enslaving many more?
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    • Imagine thinking the crusades just happened randomly and weren’t a response to over 400 years of Islamic aggression
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    • Most religions spread by war, however Christianity actually came to prominence through peace. In fact, not very many wars were fought to spread Christianity. And most of those wars were defensive.
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    • The crusades weren’t fought to spread Christianity. They were fought to save it from being destroyed by the noons.
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    • Christianity was already very well established before the crusades lol.
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    • ajbug 4 aug
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    • The amount of people who don't know the true history of the crusades is astounding.
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    • Yeah. Not true. The crusades happened because of the holy land being conquered by Islam... violently
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    • You know anyone who believes Christians started the crusade to violent spread their faith just admit they have zero knowledge of history lmao
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    • This is a lie. The lower pain shows how Christians stopped the Islamists from invading Europe
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    • Not true. Christianity spread through peaceful missionaries. Early Christians had a high chance of being executed for their faith. The crusades were defensive wars fought a thousand years after the Creation of Christianity against the noons who were invading, enslaving and forcing conversions.
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    • Wait till he finds out it was spread a long time before the crusades
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    • It’s just the catholics. They literally don’t give a shit about the bible. Half of what they teach isn’t even in the bible. Somewhere in there it says don’t add to the bible and so they added several books.
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    • *shows a painting of the crusades, a defensive war that attempting to save Eastern Christianity and mostly failed to do so*
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    • The painting is from the siege of acre in which the Christians were defending the city from a noon siege. The irony is amazing
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    • Ever looked up history on literally any religion besides Christianity? The crusades were a retaliation against the noons.
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    • Just wait till you see how Islam spread
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    • Ah wonderful, the old "Roman Catholicism and idolistic medieval churches = Christianity" thing again. Don't ya just love it when people have no idea wtf they're talking about?
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    • "The greatest commandment is to love the Lord your God with all you heart, soul, mind, and strength, and the second is like it; to love thy neighbor as thyself."
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    • Wait until the person who made this finds out about Islam
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    • We got Ourselves a Reddit User Boys. Go Get him.
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    • The crusades were a retaliatory series of wars. So 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
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    • The Crusades were an attempt to take back the Holy land after the noons invaded it. Once they failed the Mulsims started a wave of "Holy wars" in Europe, gtfo with this bs
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    • That’s not how they say Christianity was spread, nor were the crusades to spread Christianity
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    • Actually, the Crusades were in response to Islamic hostilities..
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    • Crusades happened WAY after it was already spread and had nothing to do with spreading christianity
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    • Not even close to accurate.
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    • The crusades weren't about spreading christianity, and I'm pretty sure no one (besides athiests) ever said they were. They were always about kicking muslem ass and getting European kings form constantly wrecking their own lands with endless war, by fighting some where else.
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    • gunkguy 4 aug
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    • If your opinion of God is based on the actions of religious people, then you don’t know God at all. Religion is man made, but a relationship with God is intimate, spiritual, and holy. Don’t let the actions of imperfect people discourage you from knowing a perfect God.
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    • The Christians in the painting are actually defending a city from invading noons
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    • Tbh humanity isn’t perfect so instead of blaming the religion or ideology why don’t we blame the humans who either misinterpreted the religion or used it for their own personal gain. No too much to ask? Oh ok.
      Genjii 4 aug
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    • A lot of anti Christian features
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    • Wrong. The Crusades are Catholic. They weren’t necessarily trying to spread God’s word. The Crusaders were made up by the Roman Catholic Church to fight against the Caliphate of Islam & take back Jerusalem & others countries like Spain. Know your history.
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    • This literally a painting of a battle where noons attacked Catholics
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    • The crusades were a defense and reclamation of Christian lands and ppl. Some how ppl have forgotten this fact....
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    • It's funny how folks bring up the Crusades to somehow equate the religion to Islam...and it's apparent they never have researched why the Crusades even started
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    • You can tell this guy has no fucking clue what he's talking about. Islam was spread this way, not Christianity. And if you're talkin about the crusades, it was in retaliation against Islamic attacks. They fought religion with religion
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    • Yes, it was so despicable of them to spread the Gospel through such violent methods like being publicly tortured to death and being forced to live in secrecy for 300 years before being declared the official religion of the largest empire on earth by an enlightened emperor.
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    • Right because it wasn't the people taking matters into their own hands and doing what they wanted under the guise of what God wanted that caused the crusades. That wasn't the issue at all.
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    • Yes I'm actually a Christian because a knight came by and stabbed me and I must submit
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    • Incorrect, but alright...
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    • This is so wrong, the crusades were hardly even religious wars. noons at the time relentlessly attack Constantinople (about 30 times) and the crusades were just retaliation for those many attacks
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    • The crusades were started to liberate Greek territories from noon occupation.
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    • U mean Islam....the crusades were fighting to get back the land those sand monkeys took
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    • Imagine being this historically illiterate.
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    • You know, if you don't know anything about history, you probably shouldn't talk about it.
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    • This is blasphemously false. Anyone will a baseline knowledge of history knows that the crusades were a response to the Islamic Turks and their threat to Christianity. The anti-religious secularism that is being peddled by leftist atheists is appalling.
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    • *Islam* Fixed your post, you’re welcome.
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    • Cough cough the crusades were a retaliation cough cough
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    • Anti-Christian propaganda alert...
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    • Now forgive me if I’m rusty in my history but the crusades weren’t about spreading Christianity at all, they were about retaliation to noon aggression and reclaiming lost holy land? And Christianity spread through appeal to the lower classes by equalizing the value of poor and rich people to God?
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    • The crusaders were soldiers, not missionaries. Also, they were a defensive maneuver to stem the tide of Islamic invaders.
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    • Yet another hater thinking he is right.
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    • Amazing how the noon religion is still doing that to this day!
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    • The cruasaids were an attempt to take back Christian holy land which was destroyed and burned by your "peacful" noons. noons burned the fucking world and Christians are somehow the bad guys for retaliating. Fuck liberals.
      Roguehly 5 aug
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    • Retard the crusades weren’t meant to spread Christianity it was meant to kick those gay little noons out of the holy land
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    • This.... Is a sign... For us to throw another crusade
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    • gunkguy 4 aug
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    • None of these comments matter, if your believe in Jesus Christ is our Lord. Nothing can take that away from you, he died for our sins. He loves everyone. 🙏
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    • The crusades were a retaliatory holy war against encroaching bands of Islamic war lords, this however isn’t how Christianity originally spread, this was done by Jesus Christ and his followers via peaceful methods, please learn history. -sincerely someone who actually does research
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    • The crusades were in response to the noons slaughtering christians and noons in the middle east for hundreds of years. noons then began pouring over and slaughtering christians in spain and france in the 700s. Thats when charles “the hammer” martel had enough of that shit and began kicking ass
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    • Actually if you wanna be correct, it was Catholicism that spread through violence. Catholicism and christianity are not the same thing. Most people categorize them as the same however back in medieval times Christian's were persecuted by Catholics. The crusades were by the pope the pope is catholic.
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    • noons tried to jihad us.... so we crusaded them
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    • ArmyofChrist
      I wish people realized how much bullshit this post is
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    • This is stupidly inaccurate
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    • Actually the crusades were the result of 500 years of the noons slaughtering and slaving of Christian nation's so the crusades were a 70 year retaliation caused by 500 years of abuse from their noon neighbors
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    • The crusades were a response to more than 400 years of Islam raiding everywhere from Spain to turkey to Jerusalem for Christian slaves (by way of kidnapping, murdering the men and raping the women and children)
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    • the crusades weren't a means of spreading religion, they were counter crusades against noon attacks. It still doesn't justify the horrible acts that happened in them though.
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    • Why are you passing it off like the crusades were a bad thing?
      RaD_PiCs 2 aug
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    • And we’ll do it again you god dam heathens
      epwna 2 aug
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    • The crusades was defending against islam expansion
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    • The Roman Empire adopting Christianity as their main religion is what spread it... not the crusades, the crusades were originally started to take back the traditionally Christian city of Constantinople from the noon empire that took control of the city.
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    • MotoNate 2 aug
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    • Factually incorrect. Also the Crusades were a series of defensive and counteroffensive campaigns against the noon hordes and the pagan harassers to reclaim the lost territory of Christendom.
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    • When you don't understand history...
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    • The Crusades weren’t meant to spread Christianity lol. That was merely an exploit of the Holy Roman Empire to take over Arab lands. The resulting trade routes from the Crusades’ failure were what helped spread it, as well as the Renaissance printing press
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    • Does every ignorant forget the only reason Christians had the crusade was to stop the spread of Islamic rule? They were fucking butchering everyone
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    • Oh no how dare the christians take back the land stolen from them
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    • Y'all don't know anything about history. Wanna know why the crusades actually happened? noons kept trying to invade Christian nations (just like they're doing now). Christians got tired of these 'peaceful' noons raping and murdering their women, so they fought and WON.
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    • I’m Christian and don’t get it either, like yea we aren’t perfect thats one of the many things the bible explains clearly
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    • This is retarded anti-Christian falsehood. The Christian faith did not spread through religious war.
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    • Posts like this remind me that people who complain about how evil certain religions are have most likely never met a genuinely nice religious person who uses said religion as a guideline of how they should live mixed with their own morals. Y’all really need to meet people.
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    • That's how Catholicism spread. Not Christianity
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    • The Christian crusades were to fight back against the noon crusades, which were much more sadistic and brutal than the Christian one, now Christians are being persecuted across the world and noons are being praised, even though their religion is the most brutal ideology
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    • Might I diverge your attention to the religion of Islam
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    • Christianity was already spread peacefully throughout the Roman empire before the crusades ever began. Christians marched on the holy land because noons had been slaightering christians in Africa and the Middle East.
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