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From that point, Crimea was Christianized, not just in terms of the landscape and in the Russian imagination, but literally in terms of population.
851-889 AD), the ruler who in 864 AD christianized the First Bulgarian Empire making Eastern Orthodox Christianity the official religion of Bulgaria.
On Maundy Thursday I led the congregation in a Passover Seder meal (very little changed from a Jewish model, as I have problems with "Christianized" Seders--but that's another story).
We have been massacred, jailed, raped, Christianized. Our territories stolen, our future our children institutionalized and robbed of their languages, spirituality, culture and traditions.
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.
Chapters delve into minute detail, critically examining transformations of the Jewish Kabbalah into "Christianized forms", from its rosicrucian mysticisms to long-forgotten alchemical roots hidden deep within the Kabbalah.
He says that friars often "recycled" Aztec religious symbols, which were then "Christianized" by a simple change in root metaphors.
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.
The remainder of the book contains intriguing documents, such as two Christianized sutras and a Nestorian hymn.
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.
But despite being highly Christianized, the American sublime was curiously less religious than spiritual.