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Definition of "christianization" []

  • To make Christian or convert to Christianity (verb)
  • To imbue with Christian principles, spirit, or outlook (verb)

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Use "christianization" in a sentence
  • "Todd then uses these geographical patterns to explain something different: the pattern of de-christianization that took place over the century following the Revolution."
  • "Basically, de-christianization is associated with the regions involving a large number of landless workers, whereas this cultural process was least virulent in regions of peasant proprietorship."
  • "Quite different, though also supported by the Papacy, was what was referred to as Specialized Catholic Action, which argued that re-christianization could only succeed by approaching distinct groups in distinct ways, a favored slogan being that of "like evangelizing like"."
  • "Quite different, though also supported by the Papacy, was what was referred to as Specialized Catholic Action, which argued that re-christianization could only succeed by approaching distinct groups in distinct ways, a favored slogan being that of "like evangelizing like"."
  • "The Lay Apostolate, therefore, has an important role to play in social education—especially those associations and organizations which have as their specific objective the christianization of contemporary society."