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adapt in the name of Christianity

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convert to Christianity


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Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Varna Bishop Kiril have exchange warm niceties and praises, with the bishop going as far as comparing Borisov with the ruler who christianized the First Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century.
These were written in Nahuatl, using Latin script, by natives who were Christianized.
He destroyed all archeological localities, he filled Skopje with monuments, he completely Christianized Macedonia with churches and crosses.
Then, the entire country was arabised and islamized, now, South Sudan is just dinkatalised, but still christianized.
Of the five top major producers and distributors of small arms and heavy weapons, four (France, Great Britain, Russia and the United States) are from the Christianized West, while the fifth, China, is a nation with a long, ethnically rich history.
8:6), may be a Christianized form of the Shema, the ancient biblical formula still confessed by devout Jews: "Hear, O Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord alone
The masses were Christianized, not principally by evangelization, but by the habitus of conformity dictated by submission to episcopal authority.
A very small portion of the book (an eight-page chapter) explores how a Christianized China might change the global balance of power.
We have been massacred, jailed, raped, Christianized.
The Goths Christianized by Ulfilas did not seek to overturn imperial authority, nor did the Goths under Alaric seek the end of the empire.
Due to the unique culture these slaves developed in the Beaufort area, much of their African culture became part of their American experience as they became Christianized to an extent even deeper than their slave masters intended.
By changing the root metaphor, it appears, [the friars] Christianized a continent," Dr.
Halfway through the book, Ziolkowski inserts a separate chapter on Ovid as "The Ur-Exile," looking back at the Christianized Ovid of the Middle Ages.
It is also a gift we received from Constantine, who Christianized Europe, thereby bestowing upon its citizens a canon of scripture so confusing and impractical that it was rejected of necessity once the laity began, twelve centuries later, to print and read vernacular translations.
The Romance of the Rose is interpreted as the confluence of two major trends: Christianized Platonism (which is supposed to come to an end) and the beginning of "contingent subjectivism" which is even more noticeable in the works of "realist" poets such as Rutebeuf and Francois Villon.