[ US /ˈkɹɪsəndəm/ ]
  1. the collective body of Christians throughout the world and history (found predominantly in Europe and the Americas and Australia)
    for a thousand years the Roman Catholic Church was the principal church of Christendom
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How To Use Christendom In A Sentence

  • The camp and all Christendom shall see that I know how to right myself, and whether I yield ground one inch to the English bandog. — The Talisman
  • Its initial presentation indirectly reflected the growing polarities within Christendom.
  • Its initial presentation indirectly reflected the growing polarities within Christendom.
  • The Gnostics of early Christendom believed in seeking personal spiritual experience.
  • While a branch of evangelical Christendom unchurches all sister denominations, such action is abhorrent to Presbyterian feeling and unknown to Presbyterian practice. The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination
  • To have entered into that atmosphere would have defeated my purpose, which was to show a great and genuine progress in Christendom in these few later generations toward mercifulness — a wide and general relaxing of the grip of the law. Mark Twain: A Biography
  • True to the type, as the year 1844 drew near, when the great antitypical day of atonement was to open and the closing work of Christ to begin in the most holy place of the heavenly temple, the trumpet call of the approaching judgment hour was set pealing through all Christendom. Our Day In the Light of Prophecy
  • I thinke there is not a fairer prison in all Christendome: it is built with very faire white ashler stone, having a little walke without the roomes of the prison which is forty paces long and seven broad .... A Wanderer in Venice
  • That they were so, we have the consentient testimony of all portions of Catholic Christendom.
  • Lateran, which is the representative cathedral of the Papacy and the mother church of Christendom, and to the Lateran Palace, for a thousand years the residence of the Popes of Rome. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
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