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Christianism

[ kris-chuh-niz-uhm ]

noun

  1. the beliefs and practices of Christians.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Christianism1

1570–80; < Late Latin Chrīstiānismus < Greek Chrīstiānismós Christianity, equivalent to chrīstiān ( ós ) Christian + -ismos -ism

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Example Sentences

Orthodox Christianism is essentially a class system by which the world is divided into two classes, saints and sinners.

Orthodox Christianism has this inscription on its corresponding banner: Obedience.

Contrary to the representations of orthodox Christianism it is impossible for any soul to exist without an embodiment.

Christianism offers nothing to either the owners or workers in the sky for its god and heaven, devil and hell are lies.

Finally every effort of anti-Christianism and Masonry was exerted to bring about their complete extinction in the whole world.

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