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city 31
civil 13
civilian 1
civilization 10
civilizations 2
civilized 3
civitas 1
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10 c
10 charge
10 chrismation
10 civilization
10 claimed
10 closer
10 concerning
Bishop Kallistos Ware
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civilization

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 3,1 | was a broad Greco-Roman civilization in ~which educated people 2 I, 3,1 | to create a new Christian civilization of their own. In fourth-century ~ 3 I, 3,1 | there had been one Christian civilization, in thirteenth-century Europe 4 I, 4,1 | fully developed Christian civilization. When the conversion of 5 I, 4,1 | whole Christian culture ~and civilization, and this too the Greek 6 I, 4,1 | communicated this faith and civilization not in an alien but in a 7 I, 4,3 | forward the boundaries of civilization and reducing the forest 8 I, 5,1 | tenacity ~to the Christian civilization which they had taken over 9 I, 5,1 | oppor-~tunity to develop this civilization creatively. Intelligibly 10 II, 7,10| Runciman, Byzantine Style and Civilization, London, 1975.~


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