- 1The worldwide body or society of Christians.More example sentences
- He asserts that abortion was universally condemned by Christendom, a crime at common law, and a felony in the vast majority of states in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
- Baptism made one a member of the body of Christendom.
- Pope Urban II called upon the knights of Christendom to push back the conquests of Islam at the Council of Clermont in 1095.
- 1.1The Christian world: the greatest church in ChristendomMore example sentences
- On the surface Spanish society appears very secular, but in the twentieth century Spain gave birth to one of the most successful reform movements in contemporary Christendom, Opus Dei.
- The new monastic orders amassed considerable power in Christendom, particularly the Cluniacs, the first order to centralize monastic authority.
- Pentecostals and charismatics have larger membership than all the Protestant denominations combined: they represent the second largest body in Christendom.
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