Day 1 questions
They traveled in tribes, or groups of
people. Tribe membership provided protection from
danger and reduced competition for grazing lands.
Africa, Europe, Asia
Day 3 Questions
Muslims took islamic beliefs and practices to other religions to new lands
boys from conquered towns who were
enslaved and converted to Islam.
The Sunni and the Shia.
Islam day 2 question
a collection of Muhammad’s
words and actions.
a yearly donation to charity.
internal struggle of a Muslim trying to follow Islamic beliefs and defend the Muslim community or convert people to Islam
No the qur'an is a law as well
began a lifetime of religious revelations
regarded himself as the last prophet
he had a vision in the cave
Muhammad’s monotheistic religion came to be called Islam
Muhammad spent nights in a cave
Christianity-Locations Europe, North and South America, Africa
Islam- Middle East, North Africa, Southeast Asia
Judaism- Israel, Eastern Europe, USA
Christianity-Languages Aramaic and Greek
Founders and Early Leaders
Chrisanity- Jesus, Peter, Paul, Bible.
Islam- Muhammad Qur'an, Hadith.
Judsism- Abraham, Moses, Hebrew Bible.
Adherents in USA
Islam- 3.3 million
Judaism- 5.6 million
Christianity- 159 million
Major Holidays, Clergy, Days of Worship
Christianity-priest, bishop, archbishop, patriarch, pope, pastor, minister, preacher, deacon
Days of Worship
Islam-Friday, Judaism-Saturday, Christianity- Sunday
Islam-Eid-al-Fitr, Eid-al-Adha, month of Ramadan
Judaism-Yom Kippur, Days of Awe, Passover
Christianity- Lent, Holy Week, Easter
Judaism-Reform-Orthodox Christianity-Catholic-Orthodox, Catholic-Protestant
Islam-Sunni, Shi'a, Sufism Christianity-Roman Catholic; Eastern Orthodox; Protestant Judaims-Orthodox, Reform, Conservative
Islam- 622 CE
Judaism- c. 1800 BCE
Christianity-c. 30 CE
Ottoman empire- Religion of the Sunni, millet system and about 25 million people.
Mughal Empire-Religion of the Sunni Minority, Divine Faith and Hindusim, and about 100-200 million people
Safavid Empire- Religion of the Twelever Shiism, and Sufi, and about 6 million people.
Difference between Sunnai and Shite
Sunni Believe-that Abr Bakr should be the leader of Muslims caliph
Shite Believe- that the leader should be the son on Muhammad
Difference between Islam and Muslim
Islam: is generally used in conversation to denote the religion or community of believers as a whole.
Muslim: is generally used in conversation to qualify or distinguish a person.
"Why was the discovery and control of gunpowder so important?"
Gunpowder alone brought such big
changes in the way wars were fought that people had to change what they produced and how they built their cities.