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*  Christianity
"Christianity". Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Religion & Ethics-Christianity A number of introductory articles on Christianity ... Christianity has played a prominent role in the shaping of Western civilization. Christianity grew out of Judaism and began as ... "Christianity 2010: a view from the new Atlas of Global Christianity". Goliath.ecnext.com. 1 January 2010. Retrieved 17 August ... Christianity, like other religions, has adherents whose beliefs and biblical interpretations vary. Christianity regards the ...
*  Premier Christianity
"Buzz to Premier Christianity - 50 years and counting…". Premier Christianity. Retrieved 29 January 2017. "About > Publishing". ... It was formerly known as Christianity Magazine (or merely Christianity). The magazine is part of Premier company. Among those ... Premier Christianity is a monthly Christian magazine published in the United Kingdom. The magazine was started in 1965 as a ... Saunders, Martin (16 March 2013). "Is the future broken?". Christianity. Retrieved 16 March 2013. Official website. ...
*  Chalcedonian Christianity
... is the Christian denominations adhering to christological definitions and ecclesiological resolutions ... subscribing to Chalcedonian Christianity, broadly divided into the Roman Catholic Church in the predominantly Latin-speaking ...
*  Johannine Christianity
"Johannine Christianity". In Mitchell, Margaret M.; Young, Frances M.; Bowie, K. Scott. Cambridge History of Christianity. 1: ... Johannine Christianity refers to an ancient Christian community of uncertain existence, which placed great emphasis on the ... Other representatives of Johannine Christianity, nurturing alternative strands of tradition, influenced various second-century ...
*  Logos (Christianity)
Like Philo, Justin also identified the Logos with the Angel of the LORD, and used this as a way of arguing for Christianity to ... Backgrounds in Early Christianity. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing. 1993. Freund, Richard A. Secrets of the Cave of Letters. ... Early Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism. Edinburgh: T & T Clark Publishing. 1996. Brown, Raymond. An Introduction to the New ... John 6:60, 7:36, 8:37,43, 12:48, 19:8 Wright, N. T (February 27, 2010). "What Is This Word?". Christianity Today. Harris, ...
*  Muscular Christianity
A commentator said, "All this comes, we fear, of Muscular Christianity." By 1901, muscular Christianity was influential enough ... Biblical patriarchy Christian vegetarianism Christianity and association football - followers of Muscular Christianity ... "If asked what our muscular Christianity has done, we point to the British Empire." Muscular Christianity spread to other ... The term "Muscular Christianity" became well known in a review by the barrister T. C. Sandars of Kingsley's novel Two Years Ago ...
*  Celtic Christianity
... or Insular Christianity refers broadly to certain features of Christianity that were common, or held to be ... Anglo-Saxon Christianity History of Ireland (400-800) History of Christianity in Ireland Ancient British Church (part of the " ... Initially, Christianity was but one of a number of religions: in addition to the native and syncretic local forms of paganism, ... The history of Christianity in Cornwall is more obscure, but the native church seems to have been greatly strengthened by Welsh ...
*  Early Christianity
Catholicism Church Fathers Christianity in the 1st century Christianity in the 2nd century Christianity in the 3rd century ... Early Christianity is the period of Christianity preceding the First Council of Nicaea in 325. It is typically divided into the ... In The Rise of Christianity, Rodney Stark argues that Christianity triumphed over paganism chiefly because it improved the ... art and architecture Great Church History of early Christianity History of late ancient Christianity Orthodox Christianity ...
*  Christianity.com
... is a site owned and operated by Salem Web Network and headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. The stated focus of ... Christianity.com's sister site Biblestudytools.com offers bible browsing functionality and a number of search functions as well ... "Christianity.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2014-04-01. "Salem Web Network". "Is God.com Dead?". "Renewal ... Christianity.com is to provide Christian content and interactive tools to help people understand Christianity. The site has a ...
*  Redeemer (Christianity)
Christology Jesus as the Logos Jesus in Christianity Names and titles of Jesus in the New Testament Messiah: Christianity ... Early Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism. Edinburgh: T & T Clark Publishing. 1996. Brown, Raymond. An Introduction to the New ... Backgrounds in Early Christianity. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing. 1993. Greene, Colin J. D. Christology in Cultural ...
*  Lapsi (Christianity)
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971 W.H.C Frend: The Rise of Christianity. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984. Page 318-323. Frend, W ... C. (1984). The Rise of Christianity. Philadelphia: Fortress. pp. 318-323. ISBN 9780800619312. Catholic Encyclopedia, Lapsi ...
*  Eastern Christianity
Eastern Orthodox Christianity identifies itself as the original Christian church (see early centers of Christianity) founded by ... 2006). The Cambridge History of Christianity. Volume 5, Eastern Christianity. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-81113- ... The term is used in contrast with Western Christianity (namely the Latin Church and Protestantism). Eastern Christianity ... Eastern Party History of Eastern Christianity Intermediate Region History of the Orthodox Church List of Eastern Christianity- ...
*  Charismatic Christianity
... (also known as Spirit-filled Christianity) is a form of Christianity that emphasizes the work of the ... These differences have led to Charismatic Christianity being categorized into three main groups: Pentecostalism, the ... Although there is considerable overlap, Charismatic Christianity is often categorized into three separate groups: ... Encyclopedia of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity (Routledge, 2006); publisher's page Supportive: Deere, Jack. Surprised ...
*  Disciple (Christianity)
In Christianity, the term disciple primarily refers to students of Jesus and is found in the New Testament only in the Gospels ... Ubiquitous throughout Christianity is the practice of proselytization, making new disciples. In Matthew, at the beginning of ... Radical Christians, such as Ched Myers and Lee Camp, believe mainstream Christianity has moved away from its origins, namely ... Camp, Lee C. (2003). Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebellious World. Brazos Press. "About Us". Plough. Retrieved ...
*  Libertarian Christianity
Christianity portal Libertarianism portal Austrian School Christianity and politics Christian nationalism Christian ... In libertarian Christianity, the existence of Bible-based natural law is a prerequisite to the discovery of Bible-based natural ... Libertarian Christianity is a variant of Reformed Christian theology. This type of libertarianism derives from a specific ... Libertarian Christianity has its foundation in biblical theology, and sees its libertarian political / legal philosophy as an ...
*  Crypto-Christianity
From the beginning, Christianity was seen as a threat to the power of the Shogun. In 1643, Christianity was banned, all ... Crypto-Christianity is the secret practice of Christianity, usually while attempting to camouflage it as another faith or ... In places and time periods where Christians were persecuted or Christianity was outlawed, instances of crypto-Christianity have ... The term crypto-Christianity can be applied to that segment of the church population which concealed its Christian beliefs as a ...
*  Spiritual Christianity
"Evangelical Christianity". Christianity portal Russia portal Quakers, adopting a similar doctrine of divine revelation via ... Separate from Spiritual Christianity were other strands of Russian sektanstvo ("sectarianism" in the sense "splitting into ... Spiritual Christianity (Russian: духовное христианство) refers to "folk Protestants" (narody protestanty) indigenous to the ... Spiritual Christians have taken an inclusive approach to Christianity; they embrace all relevant aspects of the collective ...
*  Christianity Today
About Christianity Today, ChristianityToday.org Why 'Christianity Today'?, ChristianityToday.org Envisioning 'Christianity ... Christianity Today'?, stated "Christianity Today has its origin in a deep-felt desire to express historical Christianity to the ... Christianity Today purchased the magazine in 1992. The name was changed to Today's Christian in 2004. In 2008, Christianity ... Christianity Today Ministry Christianity Today magazine Books & Culture CT Pastors Today's Christian Woman Preaching Today The ...
*  Liberal Christianity
... did not originate as a belief structure, and as such was not dependent upon any Church dogma or creedal ... Liberal Christianity was still hard to separate from political liberalism in the last third of the 19th century. Thus, an Irish ... Linda Woodhead, "Christianity," in Religions in the Modern World (Routledge, 2002), pp. 186 online and 193. The Making of ... Liberal Christianity, broadly speaking, is a method of biblical hermeneutics, an undogmatic method of understanding God through ...
*  Cafeteria Christianity
Robert Hébert and Robert Tollison equate Cafeteria Christianity with self-generated Christianity, i.e. the religion of many ... You get cafeteria Christianity, a kind of shopping for ideas you approve of. They turned out to be right for the wrong reasons ... Equated with "Christianity Lite", it is sometimes used to deride the mass-appeal subculture of megachurches. The related term " ... "Cafeteria Christianity" is a derogatory term used by some Christians, and others, to accuse other Christian individuals or ...
*  Postmodern Christianity
... , also known as postmodern theology, refers to a style of Christian theology influenced by postmodern ... Christianity portal Feminist theology Post-structuralism Religious pluralism Theopoetics Marion, Jean-Luc (1995). God Without ... Riggs, John W. Postmodern Christianity: Doing Theology in the Contemporary World. Trinity Press International, 2003. ISBN 978-1 ... Although a relatively recent development within Christianity, mainly inspired by post-Heideggerian continental philosophy ...
*  Syriac Christianity
"Syriac Christianity" is traditionally applied. Syriac Christianity portal Assyrian Church of the East Syriac Orthodox Church ... Christianity began in the Middle East in Jerusalem among Jewish Aramaic-speaking Semitic peoples of the Kingdom of Judah ( ... Syriac Christianity is divided into two major liturgical rite traditions: the East Syrian Rite, historically centered in the ... Tracing back their historical heritage to the 1st century, Syriac Christianity is today represented in the Middle East by the ...
*  Slavic Christianity
... refers to the history of Christianity among the Slavic peoples. The Slavic nations (or ethnic groups) are ... Christianity and the Eastern Slavs: Slavic cultures in the Middle Ages. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-07945-8 ... minority Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Eastern Orthodoxy in Europe Catholic Europe Germanic Christianity B. Gasparov; Olga ...
*  Cantor (Christianity)
In Christianity, the cantor, sometimes called the precentor or the protopsaltes (Greek: πρωτοψάλτης, lit. 'first singer'; from ... Christianity portal Anglican church music Contemporary Catholic liturgical music Gregorian chant Mass (music) The older titles ...
*  Gothic Christianity
... refers to the Christian religion of the Goths and sometimes the Gepids, Vandals, and Burgundians, who may ... Gothic Christianity is the earliest instance of the Christianization of a Germanic people, completed more than a century before ... The Gothic tribes converted to Christianity sometime between 376 and 390 AD, around the time of the fall of the Western Roman ... The conversion of the Goths to Christianity was a relatively swift process, facilitated on the one hand by the assimilation of ...