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    Alon Bezalel DBQ 2002 AP Essay November, 10, 2013 There were many similarities and differences between the attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade from religions until 1500. Some people from the Christianity say that trade and commerce is always bad if a rich person...
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    A.P. WORLD HISTORY 2002 DBQ BASIC CORE Question #1: Using the documents, compare and contrast the attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade from the religions’ origins until about 1500. Are there indications of change over time in either case, or both? What kinds of...
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  • Ap World History Dbq Christianity
    Unit 6 DBQ When thinking about the history of the world, one must always consider that merchants as well as trade have played an immerse role in shaping the world as it is today. They are responsible for many of the cross-cultural interactions that we have had in the past. Christianity and Islam...
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  • Evolving Perspectives on Merchants
    Evolving Perspectives on Merchants The attitudes toward merchants from Islam and Christianity differed; some viewed merchants in a positive light but others thought of them in a negative way. Between 70 CE and 1500 BCE the attitudes changed over time. Islam first viewed merchants with a...
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    Prompt: Using the documents, compare and contrast the attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade from the religions origins’ origins until about 1500. Are there indications of change over time in either case, or both? What kinds of additional documents would you need to...
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  • Ap World Dbq Christian and Islam Attitude Towards Merchants
    Using the Documents, compare and contrast the differences of Christian and Islamic attitudes towards merchants until about 1500. From a review of the 7 documents presented, it is clear that Christianity and Islam condemned inequitable trade, which led to many Christians and Muslims to look down...
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  • Ap World Notes
    the new testament. 2. Buddhism- It is similar to Buddhism where they believe in improving yourself and living worthily to have a good afterlife, but it differs in that Islam believes in God, while Buddhism has no “God”. Essay Questions 1. Compare and contrast the historical processes...
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    DBQ Christianity VS Islam The attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade are similar yet different. Over time Christian and Islamic attitudes towards the merchants and trade have changed. The attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and traders are similar. A...
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    DBQ Essay The attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade from the religions’ origins were different until about 1500 when both religions shared identical views on the matter. The Christians and Muslims opinions varied in all three docs. A good additional document would be if...
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  • Ap World Dbq: Attitudes of Christianity and Islam Toward Merchants
    , Christians and Islam have the same view on merchants. At the start, Christianity and Islam opinions on merchants were very different, then as time passed, by the 1500’s their opinions were very alike. Though, to better assess the consequences of these attitudes towards merchant activities...
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  • Dbq Muslim and Christan Attitiudes Towards Mercahnts
    12.16.12 AP World History / Pr. 6 Mr. Rivers DBQ #1 Rough Draft When comparing and contrasting the attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade from the religions' origins until about 1500, we notice there is a change in attitude over time in Christianity, while the...
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  • Dbq Muslims V. Christian Merchants
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  • The Attitudes of Christianity and Islam Towards Trade
    Throughout history Christians and Muslims have interacted through trade and commerce. Both religions have unique attitudes towards trade and merchants based on their founders, peoples, and principles. Christianity started with a negative view towards merchants and trade but over time became more...
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    During the Post Classical Period, from their respective religious origins to the 1500s, the Christian anti - merchant attitude sharply contrasts with the Islamic pro - merchant attitude towards trade. Both Christianity and Islam's attitudes gradually became more neutral, more moderate towards the...
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    change in Africa from its introduction in 600 C.E. to 1900 C.E.? F. Compare and contrast the spread of Islam in Africa with the spread of Christianity in Europe. X. SPECIAL DISCUSSION TOPIC In 2001, a special United Nations conference on racism met in South Africa. Among its topics was...
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  • Changes and Continuities in Commerce in Indian Ocean Region
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  • Attitudes of Christianity and Islam Toward Merchants and Trade.
    more respectful view towards merchants and may reflect the fact that Muhammad, the founder of Islam was a merchant himself. Since this question is about attitudes about trade it would be more complete with documents portraying the views of more groups. For example, letters from Muslim merchants would...
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  • Commerce and Trade in Christianity and Islam
    Commerce and trade play major roles in every civilization and is appreciated and needed by all, however, trade and commerce contrast with the religions, mainly Christianity and Islam. While Christianity appalls and forbids trading, Islam embraces it with open arms because their founder, Muhammad...
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  • Christian Mission to Muslims
    allowed, and consumption of alcohol and pork are not allowed. In Islam the identity of priesthood is none existent, there is no sacrifices, saints or relics to invoke for protection or healing. If we were to compare Christianity with Islam, we would find out that on the surface both of them seem to...
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    features within and among societies and assessing change). • Cultural and intellectual developments and interactions among and within societies • Change in functions and structures of states and in attitudes toward states and political identities (political culture), including the emergence of nation...
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