Christianisation


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conversion to Christianity

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But the arrival of chamber graves on the southern Baltic coast some decades later may perhaps be explained in a similar way: the Danish magnificent burials of the tenth century--just like other such burials interpreted in different contexts (Kossack 1974: 28-33; Carver 1998: 266-7)--are often interpreted as a reaction by the indigenous nobility to a crisis; in this case Christianisation might have been perceived as a threat from the outside.
These two components were very closely linked: Christianity was central to the British culture that the civilisers encouraged Indigenous people to adopt, and the Christianity that the missionaries preached was so strongly imbued with European values and ways of understanding the world that Europeanisation was an essential element in the christianisation process.
90) Thelamon, Paiens et chretiens, 106; also, 122, where she concludes that "Pour Rufin, comme pour ses contemporains, la christianisation impliquait la romanisation.
Sultan Mohammad Dipatuan Kudarat repelled Spanish rule and hindred the spread of Christianisation in Maguindanao province in the south 80 years after the Spanish rule began in 1521.
Son ouvrage se subdivise en quatre parties, traitant respectivement de la formation des missionnaires jesuites, de leurs missions en Nouvelle-France, de leur apostolat en Chine, et des reactions des Amerindiens et des Chinois a la christianisation.
D'apres Marc Venard, elle commenqa a l'epoque meme de la christianisation du XVIe siecle, justifiant ainsi le titre, << Christianisation, dechristianisation >> dont il coiffe son article.
The Heavens Are Changing: Nineteenth-Century Protestant Missions and Tsimshian Christianity is a significant contribution to the study of the Tsimshian people in British Columbia in relation to evangelical Protestant Christianisation.
He is concerned with the survival of physical structure - baths, government buildings, roads - and the new forms of civic government, the decline and end of public spectacles, the Christianisation of education, the changes in social and economic life, movement out of the cities and the development of the new kingdoms which succeeded the Empire in the West and with them, new forms of allegiance.