Where Did All These Christians Come From?

The Dixie Flatline

This is completely anecdotal, but when I were but knee-high to a nibbet, back in the nineteen-seventies, here in the UK we very seldom heard anything of "Christians." When the word was used, it was almost exclusively used to refer to the early church—those people who the Romans persecuted and all that. People of the various Christian faiths referred to themselves first and foremost, and were referred to, as Anglicans, Catholics, Presbyterians, Baptists and so forth.

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