Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: Christianity

das Christentum [relig.]
die Christenheit [relig.]
der christliche Glaube [relig.]
christliches Denken {n}Neutrum (das) [relig.]
christliches Handeln {n}Neutrum (das) [relig.]


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Excommunication, that is to say, in those places where Christianity was forbidden by the Civill Laws, a putting of themselves out of the company of the Excommunicate, and where Christianity was by the Civill Law commanded, a putting the Excommunicate out of the Congregations of Christians; who elected the Pastors and Ministers of the Church, (that it was, the Congregation); who consecrated and blessed them, (that it was the Pastor); what was their due revenue, (that it was none but their own possessions, and their own labour, and the voluntary contributions of devout and gratefull Christians).
But every Soveraign, before Christianity, had the power of Teaching, and Ordaining Teachers; and therefore Christianity gave them no new Right, but only directed them in the way of teaching truth; and consequently they needed no Imposition of Hands (besides that which is done in Baptisme) to authorize them to exercise any part of the Pastorall Function, as namely, to Baptize, and Consecrate.
Bloom assented covertly to Stephen’s rectification of the anachronism involved in assigning the date of the conversion of the Irish nation to christianity from druidism by Patrick son of Calpornus, son of Potitus, son of Odyssus, sent by pope Celestine I in the year 432 in the reign of Leary to the year 260 or thereabouts in the reign of Cormac MacArt († 266 A.D.), suffocated by imperfect deglutition of aliment at Sletty and interred at Rossnaree.
To Master Percy Apjohn at High School in 1880 he had divulged his disbelief in the tenets of the Irish (protestant) church (to which his father Rudolf Virag (later Rudolph Bloom) had been converted from the Israelitic faith and communion in 1865 by the Society for promoting Christianity among the jews) subsequently abjured by him in favour of Roman catholicism at the epoch of and with a view to his matrimony in 1888.
He said that Freemasonry is the teaching of Christianity freed from the bonds of State and Church, a teaching of equality, brotherhood, and love.
This aim was that of Christianity itself.
"A slaveholder's profession of Christianity is a palpable imposture.
What I have said respecting and against religion, I mean strictly to apply to the slaveholding religion of this land, and with no possible reference to Christianity proper; for, between the Christianity of this land, and the Christianity of Christ, I recognize the widest possible difference—so wide, that to receive the one as good, pure, and holy, is of necessity to reject the other as bad, corrupt, and wicked.
I love the pure, peaceable, and impartial Christianity of Christ: I therefore hate the corrupt, slaveholding, women-whipping, cradle-plundering, partial and hypocritical Christianity of this land.
The Christianity of America is a Christianity, of whose votaries it may be as truly said, as it was of the ancient scribes and Pharisees, "They bind heavy burdens, and grievous to be borne, and lay them on men's shoulders, but they themselves will not move them with one of their fingers.


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Deutsch Englisch
christliches Denken {n} [relig.] Christianity
Was der Laie blökt. Christliche Diagnosen [lit.] Fern-seed and Elephants and Other Essays on Christianity [lit.] (C. S. Lewis, Walter Hooper)
christliches Handeln {n} [relig.] Christianity
Urchristentum {n} [relig., hist.] Early Christianity
Frühe Stätten der Christenheit [lit.] (Peter Bamm) Early Sites of Christianity [lit.]
Urchristentum {n} [relig., hist.] primitive Christianity
das Christentum [relig.] Christianity
Atheismus im Christentum [philos., lit.] (Ernst Bloch) Atheism in Christianity [philos., lit.]
frühes Christentum {n} [relig., hist.] Early Christianity
christianisieren to convert to Christianity