Violence and co-operation . Since the 16 th century. By Rory, Maryam, Beau, Kyle, Caitlin. Religion . Abuse, Extremism, and Massacres. -Reformation & Uprisings -Johann Tetzel -Martin Luther -St Bartholomew\'s Day Massacre -Cardinal Richelieu -Louis XIV. -Holy Inquisition
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Since the 16th century
By Rory, Maryam, Beau, Kyle, Caitlin
Abuse, Extremism, and Massacres
-Reformation & Uprisings
-St Bartholomew\'s Day Massacre
-“Bloody” Mary I of England
Unification, Jesuits, and tolerance
-The French Revolution
-Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité
-Congress of Vienna
-Balance of Power
-Tennis Court Oath
-Revolutions of 1848
-Purchase of Indulgences
-confession, prayer, etc.
Religious institutions have been the cause of mass executions, violence, and terror, but also unifications, safety and tolerance. Was religion an overall help or hindrance to global stability and peace?