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adapt in the name of Christianity

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convert to Christianity


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70) George Bryce, founder of Manitoba College, after an inspection tour of Okanase in 1877, said that Flett was an interpreter, a farm instructor, a foreman in building operations, a Christianizer, a civilizer, and a missionary who had saved the government enormous amounts of money.
Neihardt, being "essentially a Christianizer and civilizer," saw the future of Native Americans to lie in assimilation and the rejection of the "old ways" (1985, 129).
Le Guin is not by any means one of Vergil's Christianizers, (10) but the presence of the present in the novel serves as another reminder that Lavinia dwells somewhere else.
Vladimir, which occupies the first 72 chapters of Step 1, cast them in the roles of Byzantine Emperor Constantine I and his mother Helen as Christianizers of their people.
In the papal bull Inter caetera, Pope Alexander VI not only apportioned the so-called New World to various European Christianizers, but he affirmed the Christianization of the homeland as well.