13 Facts About Christianization


Christianization is to make Christian; to imbue with Christian principles; to become Christian.

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Christianization occurs when an individual, a practice, a place, or a society becomes identified as Christian in some capacity or other, such as a change in values, goals or use.

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Christianization took many generations and was not a uniform process.

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Christianization never engaged in a purge, there were no pagan martyrs during his reign.

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Christianization of the Irish landscape was a complex process that varied considerably depending on local conditions.

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Christianization wrote the Rule of Saint Benedict based on "pray and work".

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Christianization was slower in Greece than in most other parts of the Roman empire.

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Christianization administered the church with strict reform, and was a 'father' of many of the structures of the later Catholic Church.

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Christianization persecuted Christians, but war with Byzantium, and other wars to acquire territory, brought many Christian prisoners of war into the state.

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Christianization was deposed in 893 amidst accusations he was planning to abandon the Christian faith.

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Christianization intensified the translation of Greek literature and theology into Bulgarian, and enabled the establishment of an intellectual circle called the school of Preslav.

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Christianization's baptism was followed by the building of churches and the establishment of an ecclesiastical hierarchy.

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Christianization'storicity of several saints has often been treated skeptically by most academics, either because there is a paucity of historical evidence for them, or due to striking resemblances that they have to pre-Christian deities.

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