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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Christianization, Christianize.
- n. conversion to Christianity
“To me, calling someone a Pict, is like a modern person calling someone a 'goth' or something of that sort. i.e. it does not denote a specific geographical kingdom, but rather a pagan culture dotted about in various places that was open to a degree of christianisation but on its own terms, retaining its rich symbolic and mythical culture.”
“The bitter anti-clericalism and hostility to Christianity that inspired the law derived from the French Enlightenment and the bloody de-christianisation programme undertaken during the heyday of the Revolution.”
“The present war is the result of the de-christianisation of Europe, and de-christianisation of Europe's Church.”
“VII (1878) 152-64; HAVET, Les origines de saint Denis in Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes (Paris, 1890), p. 25; DUFOURCQ, La christianisation des foules dans l'Empire romain in Revue d'histoire et de littérature religieuses, IV (Paris, 1899), 239; AMPÈRE,”
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