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  2. Christian VIII of Denmark - Wikipedia

    Christian VIII (18 September 1786 – 20 January 1848) was King of Denmark from 1839 to 1848 and, as Christian Frederick, King of Norway in 1814. [1] Christian Frederick was the eldest son of Hereditary Prince Frederick , a younger son of King Frederick V of Denmark and Norway.

  3. Contemporary Christian music - Wikipedia

    Contemporary Christian music, also known as CCM, Christian pop, and occasionally inspirational music is a genre of modern popular music, and an aspect of Christian media, which is lyrically focused on matters related to the Christian faith and stylistically rooted in Christian music.

  4. Christian burial - Wikipedia

    A Christian burial is the burial of a deceased person with specifically Christian rites; typically, in consecrated ground. Until recent times Christians generally objected to cremation because it interfered with the concept of the resurrection of a corpse , and practiced inhumation almost exclusively.

  5. List of Christian rock bands - Wikipedia

    The birth of contemporary Christian music dates back to the late 1960s, ... Dime Store Prophets, ... Three Crosses – (Christian rock, rock)

  6. San Damiano cross - Wikipedia

    The San Damiano Cross was one of a number of crosses painted with similar figures during the 12th century in Umbria. The name of the painter is unknown, but it was made around the year 1100. The purpose of an icon cross was to teach the meaning of the event depicted and thereby strengthen the faith of the people.

  7. Frederick VI of Denmark - Wikipedia

    Christian (Copenhagen, 22 September 1791 – Copenhagen, 23 September 1791) Marie Louise (Copenhagen, 19 November 1792 – Frederiksborg, 12 October 1793) Caroline (Copenhagen, 28 October 1793 – Copenhagen, 31 March 1881), married to her father's first cousin Frederick Ferdinand of Denmark, (d. 1863). Childless.

  8. Bernard Mizeki - Wikipedia

    Bernard Mizeki (sometimes spelt Bernard Mzeki; c. 1861 – 18 June 1896) was an African Christian missionary and martyr.Born in Mozambique, he moved to Cape Town, attended an Anglican school, and became a Christian.

  9. Christmas controversies - Wikipedia

    The Soviet Union, and certain other Communist regimes, banned Christmas observances in accordance with the Marxist–Leninist doctrine of state atheism. In the 1920s USSR, the League of Militant Atheists encouraged school pupils to campaign against Christmas traditions such as the Christmas tree and the country rehashed the Christmas tree as the New Year tree, devoid of its Christian associations.