Advertisement

Advertisement

Christendom

[ kris-uhn-duhm ]

noun

  1. Christians Christian collectively.
  2. the Christian world.


Christendom

/ ˈkrɪsəndəm /

noun

  1. the collective body of Christians throughout the world or throughout history
  2. an obsolete word for Christianity


Discover More

Word History and Origins

Origin of Christendom1

before 900; Middle English; Old English cristendōm. See Christian, -dom
Discover More

Example Sentences

Remember the days of post-9/11 civilizational war, of weltkampf between Islam and Christendom?

Indeed, all the popes in history – even the African popes of early Christendom – have come from north of the line.

And that is what the perception is by the American left, who hates Christendom.

Among them are the 96 members of the United States Senate, perhaps the windiest and most tedious group of men in Christendom.

Within a week all Missouri will be ablaze, and the hottest place for Yankees in all Christendom.

While half of Christendom sing “On earth peace, good will toward men,” the other half sing, “On earth peace to men of good will.”

The proudest man in Christendom has found no friend in his extremest necessity, but you his bitterest enemy!

Christendom looked astounded upon the spectacle of a barbarian invasion bursting forth from the cellars and garrets of Paris.

Rather may it be said, they hate counterfeits and are indignant at the assumptions of apostate Christendom.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement


christenchristening