Christianism


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Christianism

the religious tenets held by all Christians.
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Brubaker (2017) argues that American populist movements, like Trumpism, tend to join "identitarian Christianism" with conservative rhetoric around various cultural debates including those about gender.
However, from the hybrid character and the multitude of sculptural motives--unusual until that time and afterwards in Moldavian architecture--, we can easily deduce the influence of the Polish vision, of baroque and Islamic art, filtered and assimilated by the Christianism of ancient Byzantine territories, if we were to refer only to the two of the most close cultural neighbours of Moldavia in those times.
Interaction among cultures took the form of large-scale trading operations, diplomatic agreements and military alliances, but also of cultural exchanges which included two important ground-breaking events: the spread of alphabetic writing and almost alongside it, the expansion the world monotheist religions which emerged from the biblical texts, Judaism, Christianism and Islam.
Likewise, when Hythloday admonishes Kings and Princes, and the entire ruling class, for being hell-bent on waging war, in most cases for the pure purpose of their own enrichment, it is once again More's own pacifist Christianism that comes to mind.
Christianism. This could accuse philosophy of being a pure theoretical
His polemic destroyed the empty academicism of the liberal dilution of the Greek traditions of the classics, just as it destroyed the narrow-minded admiration for the Middle Ages, the obscurantist Christianism [sic], of the romantics.
NNA - Countering ISIL's Islamism by identical Christianism is rather impossible, Druze leader Walid Jumblatt stated in his salute to Lebanese Greek Orthodox bishops George Khodr and Elias Awdeh in today's issue of al-Anba' Socialist Party mouthpiece.
But he aims his venom at the priestly architects of the Christian religion who replace Christ-like praxis with "faith" understood as rational assent to doctrinal claims: "To reduce being a Christian, Christianism, to a matter of considering something true, to a mere phenomenon of consciousness, is to negate Christianism." (47) Such views are consonant with the critique of orthodoxy by Latin American liberation theology through the lens of orthopraxis:
I would term such a devolution christianism. This may take many forms, such as certain strains of evangelical thought, dogmatic integralism, or arid forms of scholasticism.