- adjective having Christ as its centre.
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Christocentric — is a doctrinal term within Christianity, describing theological positions that focus more heavily on Jesus Christ, the second person of the Christian Trinity, as opposed to the Godhead / God the Father (theocentric) or the Holy Spirit… … Wikipedia
Christocentric — Chris to*cen tric, a. [Christ + centric.] Making Christ the center, about whom all things are grouped, as in religion or history; tending toward Christ, as the central object of thought or emotion. J. W. Chadwick. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Christocentric — adjective Etymology: Greek Christos Christ + English centric Date: 1873 centering theologically on Christ … New Collegiate Dictionary
Christocentric — Christocentrism, n. /kris teuh sen trik/, adj. having as the theological focal point the teachings and practices of Jesus Christ. [1870 75; CHRISTO + CENTRIC] * * * … Universalium
Christocentric — adjective of a form of Christianity that concentrates on the teaching of Jesus Christ … Wiktionary
Christocentric — Christocentrism, n. /kris teuh sen trik/, adj. having as the theological focal point the teachings and practices of Jesus Christ. [1870 75; CHRISTO + CENTRIC] … Useful english dictionary
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