Christendom definition

  • noun:
    • Christians thought to be a group.
    • The Christian world.
    • title received at baptism; any name or appellation.
    • The occupation of belief in Christ by baptism; ergo, the Christian religion, or the adoption from it.
    • The name received at baptism; or, more generally, any name or appelation.
    • That part of the planet in which Christianity prevails, or which can be governed under Christian establishments, in difference from heathen or Mohammedan lands.
    • your whole human anatomy of Christians.
    • The career of trust in Christ by baptism; ergo, adoption of trust in Christ; private Christianity; baptism.
    • The the main world where the Christian religion predominates; the Christian world.
    • the entire body of Christians.
    • [lowercase] title obtained at baptism; hence, any name or epithet.
    • the collective human body of Christians across the world and record (found predominantly in Europe and Americas and Australia)

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