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Encyclopedia > The Religion War

The Religion War (by Scott Adams) is announced as a sequel to God's Debris in Dilbert newsletter issue 57 [1] (http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/dilbert/dnrc/html/newsletter57.html). This entire book takes place right before the last Chapter of God's Debris. It explains how the mailman became the Avatar, and what he did to end conflict over religion.


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House of Bourbon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4667 words)
Thus began the War of the Three Henries, as Henry of Navarre, Henry III, and the ultra-Catholic leader, Henry of Guise fought a confusing three-cornered struggle for dominance.
The war was a disaster for France, losing most of her overseas possessions to the British in the Treaty of Paris in 1763.
When the War of the Polish Succession began in 1733 they saw it as another opportunity to advance the claims of their sons.
Wars of Religion - France.com (3831 words)
This third war was more protracted, and brought the war to the rural areas in central and southern France, spreading the suffering to the population and raising the cultural tensions between Catholics and Protestants.
The fourth war was set off when the city of La Rochelle, the de facto capital of the Protestants, refused to pay taxes to the king because of the massacre and refused admittance to the royal governor.
The cost of the wars was driving up the national debt beyond the level of endurance, and it made staunch absolutists like Jean Bodin (whose Six Books of the Commonwealth was published in 1576) question the value of enforcing the royal prerogatives at such costs.
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