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  • “There’s this weird thing that happens to Christian teenagers in American churchianity,” he told me.

    Rapture Ready!

  • Bob Carlton, a local Christian guy with a lot of ideas, has a provocative post on his blog today about how the institution of the church (he uses the clever term "churchianity") isn't meeting people's needs in these dark times.

    Statesman - AP Sports

  • You will not be surprised to learn that such superficial churchianity did not survive—either intellectually or morally—my transition from high school to an elite public university.

    What Do Boys and Girls Draw? » Sociological Images

  • Could this be the only logical outcome of compassionate conservatism and faith-based churchianity, eh?

    Think Progress » Will Safavian Knock Down The Right-Wing House of Cards?

  • Through churchianity many men interpret Christianity, and it is difficult to get them to come with a "fresh eye" to the contemplation of Christ.

    Things That Matter Most: Devotional Papers

  • Therefore Babylon includes both Romanism and Protestantism -- the whole realm of formal churchianity; and beast-worship is here condemned in one of the most terrible denunciations found in all the Word of God.

    The Last Reformation

  • She is still, even in the most degenerate churchianity, counted responsible as a soul, and accorded equal hope of redemption and of future equal standing in another stage of existence.

    The Arena Volume 4, No. 24, November, 1891

  • Many of them are abandoning an effete, backwater, emasculated churchianity that accommodates itself to every worldly fad that comes down the pike and grovels for "a place at the table" in the militant cacophony of pluralism that currently pervades the West (can you say, "Emergent Movement"?).

    P. Andrew?s Blog

  • Sometimes churches break away from other churches to create purer communities especially when the bureaucracy has come to promote churchianity rather than Christianity.

    A Church for Starving Artists

  • But the real damage was done during the sixties when the Church chose the route of social revolution, that in England was a reaction to the horrors of the world wars, associating right wing military heirarchies with churchianity.

    The Guardian World News

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