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Christ +‎ -centric


Christcentric (comparative more Christcentric, superlative most Christcentric)

  1. Alternative spelling of Christocentric
    • 2009, C. Scott Dixon, Dagmar Freist, Mark Greengrass, Living With Religious Diversity in Early-Modern Europe, page 101:
      An examination of the iconography of seventeenth-century altarpieces highlights a Christcentric focus, concern for the story of the Passion and the key episodes of the Christian epic, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion and the Resurrection.
  2. Focused on Christianity; having a Christian point of view.
    • 1996, Mattias Gardell, In the name of Elijah Muhammad: Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, page 114:
      "Church" is too much a Christcentric concept to be projected onto other religions without distortion.
    • 2002, Stephen O. Murray, Homosexualities, page 21:
      Changing abbreviations does not make the dating any less Christcentric!


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