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Are the Crusades really responsible for modern Muslim resentment of the west? What was the real motive behind the Crusades? The story of the Christian Crusades to the Holy Land is one of the most fascinating of medieval history - and raises many serious questions today. Were the Crusades justified? How can Holy War be reconciled with the teachings of Christ? And are the Crusades really responsible for modern Muslim Brotherhood resentment of the West? In this presentation Matthew Arnold reveals the causes and the consequences of this remarkable medieval movement as he dispels modern myths and misconceptions, unveiling the truth about the Crusades. Dr. Edmund Mazza and Jesse Romero join Matthew in the presentation of the truth about these widely maligned conflicts. This DVD dispels Myths and Misconceptions. Fire and Sword begins with an introduction to many virtually unknown facts about the Middle Ages, and exposes the common misconceptions about the period. Through the works of many leading medieval scholars Matt demonstrates that, "If we judge the past by its fruits, we'll soon discover that the Middle Ages weren't so dark (and Catholics not so barbaric!) as so-called history suggests." You'll have your eyes opened to new perspectives and, perhaps most importantly, you'll more readily understand why certain forces (even within the Catholic Church herself) are so fervently dedicated to keeping the old myths alive. Fire and Sword: The Crusades explodes the many myths surrounding these crucial episodes in Salvation History and will positively empower you to better defend the Church that Christ established.

Runtime: 63min

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