Read Robert the Monk's account of Pope Urban II's speech.
This royal city [Jerusalem] . . . desires to be liberated and begs you to come to her aid. . . . God has granted you above all other nations great glory in arms. Accordingly, undertake this journey eagerly for the remission of your sins, with the assurance of the reward of imperishable glory in the kingdom of heaven.
Which best summarizes what the pope is saying?
Traveling to Jerusalem is the will of God.
Warfare in the name of God is a sin.
God has given Jerusalem to the Muslims.
God will reward those who liberate Jerusalem.