Christendom

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Synonyms for Christendom

the collective body of Christians throughout the world and history (found predominantly in Europe and the Americas and Australia)

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Tomaz adds: "At a point in History when Muslims presented no threat in any real terms to Christiandom, Muslims became the enemy of Christianity and Christiandom their normative, fundamental, quintessential, universal enemy".
Due to the Hungarian circumstances, in the 18th century, a new type of hero appeared on the Hungarian stage: the Christian hero who fights against the Turks for Christiandom.
Just as the fastest bow is worthless if you don't hit anything with it, so is the nicest-shooting bow in Christiandom lousy if its arrow flies at snail-pace speed.
The Church literally played a tranformational role in the whole of Christiandom in the 20th century, far beyond the borders of the United States of America, and the key figure in this transformation was Dr.
The idea of Christiandom, the Christian domain, still lingers in all universalistic notions of the west.