Blog Posts - Crusades



King Saint Louis IX's Observation on the Importance of One's Soul

King Saint Louis IX never forgot his upbringing in the Faith. His friend and biographer, the Sieur de Joinville, who joined him on his first crusade to the Holy Land, relates that the King once asked him, "What is God?" Joinville replied, "Sire, it i...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Aug 25, 2016

10 Things You Should Know about the Crusader Bible

Imagine a book that tells the stories of the Old Testament in pictures and ends up being one of the ... The post 10 Things You Should Know about the Crusader Bible appeared first on BOOK RIOT.
by Book Riot on Mar 23, 2016

Two bloody hero of the Crusades By Mohson Farani

by Sovereign Pakistan on Feb 17, 2015

(Video) Obama primer: Crusades were a response to jihadist attacks!

Barack Obama needs to watch this short video on the beginnings of the jihadi attacks on Christians so that he can get his facts straight!But then again getting facts straight has never been very important to Obama or anyone else in his administration...
by The Political Commentator on Feb 8, 2015

Charles Krauthammer on Obama's Prayer Breakfast Lecture to Christians

At the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, February 5, the President Obama's remarks included criticism of “ISIL,” but also the following:Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during...
by Something You Might Like on Feb 6, 2015

RUINS OF KHAIBAR

Students and professors of the Madinah Islamic University got a close look at the ruins of an ancient village in Khaibar governorate of Madinah province. The excursionists, numbering 80, listened to a lecture on the history of Khaibar and interacted...
by Beauty of Saudi Arabia on Nov 27, 2014

Calls for a new holy war are growing louder

Ready for a new Crusade?There is a rising chorus of voices among evangelical Christians calling for a war against Islam. Not a war against Islamic terrorists or even radical Muslims, but a holy crusade against the second largest religion on the plane...
by That's Going Too Far! on Oct 7, 2014

The GM's Binder Table of Contents

This past weekend, I finally finished (for the moment) compiling and organizing my GM's binder. I had printouts dating back a decade in some cases, but more often I had pdf printouts or maps that were in folders that I wanted to finally bring togethe...
by RPG Blog II on Jul 28, 2014

The GM's Binder Table of Contents

This past weekend, I finally finished (for the moment) compiling and organizing my GM's binder. I had printouts dating back a decade in some cases, but more often I had pdf printouts or maps that were in folders that I wanted to finally bring togethe...
by RPG Blog II on Jul 28, 2014

Competing Campaigns

Our Middle Isles RuneQuest 6 campaign has been a lot of fun, even with several regrettably large gaps in between sessions. The skill system is easy, and combat is probably the most wild fun since Rolemaster. The game will wind down with a fittin...
by RPG Blog II on Jul 8, 2014

Competing Campaigns

Our Middle Isles RuneQuest 6 campaign has been a lot of fun, even with several regrettably large gaps in between sessions. The skill system is easy, and combat is probably the most wild fun since Rolemaster. The game will wind down with a fittin...
by RPG Blog II on Jul 8, 2014

Additional Random Starting Items

For my next campaign, I wanted to go back to giving the players a random starting item for their character. To that end, I polished up my random starting items list, and put it in pdf form for anyone interested. (I was discussing this over on the OSR...
by RPG Blog II on Jul 6, 2014

Additional Random Starting Items

For my next campaign, I wanted to go back to giving the players a random starting item for their character. To that end, I polished up my random starting items list, and put it in pdf form for anyone interested. (I was discussing this over on the OSR...
by RPG Blog II on Jul 6, 2014

Is a "Companion" Boxed Set in the Works at TLG?

Pretty interesting goings-on at Troll Lord Games on this Saturday morning. On their homepage this AM:Gencon. This August. 15 Years. So in the midst of all the echoes that are the battles of Codex Nordica and Three Sisters Kickstarters and the coming...
by RPG Blog II on Jun 28, 2014

A Quick Look at Assault On Blacktooth Ridge

If I've been writing about Troll Lord Games quite a bit in my last few posts here and elsewhere, it's because they keep having some pretty sweet deals. This evening's is the pdf of their module Assault on Blacktooth Ridge for only $2.99. They're only...
by RPG Blog II on Jun 25, 2014

Castles & Crusades Kickstarter: Just A Few Hours Left!

I wrote last month about the Castles & Crusades Kickstarter, which is geared towards getting their “Big 3”, or “Three Sisters”, the core books, reprinted in color. With a just few hours left on this one, the Troll Lord Games crew has to b...
by RPG Blog II on Jun 2, 2014

Considering the Castles & Crusades Kickstarter

I continue to look at the Castles & Crusades Kickstarter, that newest project from Troll Lord Games that would see a new printing for their three core books—hopefully in color. I have been on the fence for a while, not because I don’t love Ca...
by RPG Blog II on May 13, 2014

A Tiny Spark

The power of simple words is immense, as James 3:5 indicates: “Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark.” Never was this truer than on November 26, 1095, the date of the most effective sermon ever preached by pope, preacher, o...
by Laboring In The Lord on Nov 26, 2013

CSFF Blog Tour “Martyr’s Fire” – A Book Review

Time for another CSFF Tour (Christian Science-Fiction & Fantasy) review. This month I’m reviewing,”Martyr’s Fire” by Sigmund Brouwer. Please also visit my fellow reviewers on the tour, listed below. In conjunction with the...
by Dads Can Cook Too on Oct 21, 2013

CSFF Blog Tour “Martyr’s Fire” – A Book Review

Time for another CSFF Tour (Christian Science-Fiction & Fantasy) review. This month I’m reviewing,”Martyr’s Fire” by Sigmund Brouwer. Please also visit my fellow reviewers on the tour, listed below. In conjunction with the...
by Dads Can Cook Too on Oct 21, 2013


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