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Christocentrism

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  • proper noun A form of Christianity that concentrates on the teaching of Jesus Christ.

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Examples

  • Let me take some examples of his Christocentrism, itself a sine qua non of genuinely Christian thought.

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  • This Pauline Christocentrism does not attenuate the Trinitarian horizon of the faith but exalts it, because for Paul the whole movement comes from the Father and returns to the Father, through Christ in the Holy Spirit.

    Zenit: Father Cantalamessa's 2nd Advent Sermon

  • You would be equally unable to tolerate Murray's Christocentrism, Channing's view of absolute theistic sovereignty, or the syncretic blend of Christianity, naturalistic pantheism and Hinduism that Emerson and his associates dubbed Transcendentalism.

    Humanist Parents Recreating Religious Community

  • You would be equally unable to tolerate Murray's Christocentrism, Channing's view of absolute theistic sovereignty, or the syncretic blend of Christianity, naturalistic pantheism and Hinduism that Emerson and his associates dubbed Transcendentalism.

    Humanist Parents Recreating Religious Community

  • This Pauline Christocentrism does not attenuate the Trinitarian horizon of the faith but exalts it, because for Paul the whole movement comes from the Father and returns to the Father, through Christ in the Holy Spirit.

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