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(Willis) FR2

(Willis) Final Review Part 2

The ____________ believe that if people accept Jesus and his teachings they will be saved and enter heaven. Christians
The _________ is the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. Pope
The __________ were holy wars launched by Catholic Christians against the Muslims. Crusades
The ________ religion continued to spread, even after the fall of Rome. Christian
During the _______, Christians tried to take control of Jerusalem. Crusades
According to the teachings of the Catholic Church, worshipping many gods is an example of _______. Heresy
The __________ must fulfill the Five Pillars of Islam. Muslims
______________ is the belief that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have in common. Monotheism
The Islamic Faith was founded by _______. Muhammad
Arabia was the homeland of the religion of _____________. Islam
The _____________ African religions believed in a single supreme god. traditional
_________ was the first African Empire grew wealthy from the salt and gold trade. Ghana
Ghana forced merchants to pay ___________ on trade, especially for gold & salt. taxes
Ghana, Mali, & Songhai were all located on major __________, allowing them to prosper. trade routes
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