As the geo-political climate adapts and religions react to an increasingly media-centric world, it is interesting to see an infographic video that describes the timeline development of the 5 major religions. Religion has historically caused a great number of conflicts and wars, and for a while it seemed like social media and the digital realm were easing religious tensions. However, with the emergence of ISIS and other extremist groups fueled by the internet, we are facing new challenges of how to maintain peace among a digital and developing world. In one instance, religious groups such as Christian media outlets and webcasts are exposing their message to more and more people, causing a shift towards carefully spoken words, with a few directed and concise points. In another, ISIS is using social media to radicalize their movement and cause a shift towards Muslim pride. While it might be easy to point out the radical sect of ISIS, Christians have had similar movements of (almost) militant groups of faith, exempli gratia – the anti-abortion movement. While I don’t have an answer to resolve the digital realms evolving problems, I think that discussion and forgiveness will be a part of the resolution. Whatever the outcome of the latest world problems, I think it is nice to see this timeline of religion.