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The Edict Of Milan decrees a religious toleration throughout the Roman Empire.
A military expedition by Roman Catholic Europe to regain the Holy Lands. Part of a Christian response to Muslim conquests and ended up leading to a total of Nine Crusades.
The Roman Catholic CHurch is split during the Western Schism.
The Massacre of Vassy sparks the first long series of French Wars of Religion.
The beginnings to anti-slavery is caused by the rules throughout sacred texts of religions.
These revolutions overthrew many Soviet styled states. allowing open religious practices in many of the Eastern European countries.
The life of Gautama Buddha's life span. Buddha created the Four Noble Truths (the universality of suffering, the cause of suffering through selfish desire, the solution to suffering and the way to overcome suffering) which guided his followers to Nirvana.
AKA Zoroaster. The founder of the religion of Zoroastrianism's life span. He is the author of the Gathas, the Zoroastrianism religious text which tell about his life.
The life span of the Jesus, who was God's son and prophet who established the religion of Christianity.
Christianity is established as the official religion of the Roman Empire.
The life span of the religious leader and founder of Islam.
The Quran, the central religious text of Islam which Muslims believe to be the word of God, is compiled.
Sufism, an inner, mystical demension from the religion of Islam, begins to emerge.
The life span of the teacher and philosopher Confucius. The philosophy of Confucius emphasized personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice, and sincerity.
The spread of the religion of Buddhism begins from India throughout Asia.
During the Tang Dynasty and the Golden Age of China, Buddhism begins to supress and Confuciansm begins to once again take over.
Italian Jesuit Priest and Missionary Matteo Ricci goes to China to spread Christianity.
European missionaries are expelled from Japan.
The introduction of Christianity is spread throughout Axum.
Religious conflict between Christians and Muslims rise in Ethiopia.
The Chavin religious cult is created and begins to spread throughout Peru and the Andes in South America.
African religious systems are introduced to the Americas with the start of the trans-Atlantic forced migration.
Ninety-Five Theses centers on practices within the Catholic church about indulgences and absolution.
The "Freedom of Religion" right is put into the Bill of Rights and amended into the Constitution of the United States.
Osama bin Laden's declaration of his "Holy War" through the attack of al-Qaeda's on September 11, 2001.