an inter-Church movement formed in 1946 to promote Christian ideals in society at large
- Christian baptism
an ordinance immediately instituted by Christ (Matt. 28:19, 20), and designed to be observed in the church, like that of the Supper, “till he come.” The words “baptize” and “baptism” are simply Greek words transferred into English. This was necessarily done by the translators of the Scriptures, for no literal translation could properly express all […]
plural noun 1. . noun 1. .
- Christian democrat
noun 1. a member or supporter of a Christian Democratic party adjective 2. of or relating to a Christian Democratic party
- Christian democratic party
noun 1. any of various political parties in Europe and Latin America which combine moderate conservatism with historical links to the Christian Church