Which -ism describes Christianity more?

Posted on September 4th, 2011 by admin1 in Political Advertising Agencies

A. COMMUNISM ~> a system of social organization in which all economic and social activity is controlled by a totalitarian state dominated by a single and self-perpetuating political party.

B. NEPOTISM ~> patronage bestowed or favoritism shown on the basis of family relationship, as in business and politics:

C. ELITISM ~> consciousness of or pride in belonging to a select or favored group.

D. FASCISM ~> a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.

E. NIHILISM ~> an extreme form of skepticism: the denial of all real existence or the possibility of an objective basis for truth.

F. MARXISM ~> the system of economic and political thought developed by Karl Marx, along with Friedrich Engels, especially the doctrine that the state throughout history has been a device for the exploitation of the masses by a dominant class, that class struggle has been the main agency of historical change, and that the capitalist system, containing from the first the seeds of its own decay, will inevitably, after the period of the dictatorship of the proletariat, be superseded by a socialist order and a classless society.

G. CAPITALISM ~> an economic system in which investment in and ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange of wealth is made and maintained chiefly by private individuals or corporations, especially as contrasted to cooperatively or state-owned means of wealth.

H. JUDAISM ~> the religion of the Jews, based on the Old Testament and the Talmud and having as its central point a belief in the one God as transcendent creator of all things and the source of all righteousness

I. COLLECTIVISM ~> the political principle of centralized social and economic control, especially of all means of production.

J. AUTISM ~> a tendency to view life in terms of one’s own needs and desires.

K. AUTOMATISM ~> the doctrine that all activities of animals, or of humans and animals, are entirely controlled by physical or physiological causes in which consciousness takes no part.

L. CONSUMERISM ~> a modern movement for the protection of the consumer against useless, inferior, or dangerous products, misleading advertising, unfair pricing, etc.

M. MASOCHISM ~> gratification gained from pain, deprivation, degradation, etc., inflicted or imposed on oneself, either as a result of one’s own actions or the actions of others, especially the tendency to seek this form of gratification.

N. ABSOLUTISM ~> the principle or the exercise of complete and unrestricted power in government.

O. CONSERVATISM ~> the disposition to preserve or restore what is established and traditional and to limit change.

P. DUALISM ~> the doctrine that there are two independent divine beings or eternal principles, one good and the other evil.

Q. FATALISM ~> the doctrine that all events are subject to fate or inevitable predetermination.

R. FIDEISM ~> exclusive reliance in religious matters upon faith, with consequent rejection of appeals to science or philosophy.

S. HEDONISM ~> the doctrine that pleasure or happiness is the highest good.

T. IGNORANTISM ~> the spirit of those who extol the advantage to ignorance; obscuriantism.

U. OPTIMISM ~> a disposition or tendency to look on the more favorable side of events or conditions and to expect the most favorable outcome.

V. PRIMITIVISM ~> a recurrent theory or belief, as in philosophy or art, that the qualities of primitive or chronologically early cultures are superior to those of contemporary civilization.

W. PROBABILIORISM ~> the belief that when in doubt one must choose most likely answer.

X. RACISM ~> a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule others.

Y. VOLUNTARISM ~> the theory that the will rather than the intellect is the ultimate principle of reality.

Z. MATERIALISM ~> preoccupation with or emphasis on material objects, comforts, and considerations, with a disinterest in or rejection of spiritual, intellectual, or cultural values.

Jesus sounds like a peace-loving commie to me.

11 Comments on “Which -ism describes Christianity more?”

  1. ツ Sяuhh ツ

    D. -Fascism
    T.- Ignorantism
    Z. Materialism.References :

  2. Dr. Claw

    I must say this is CleverismReferences :

  3. Jack

    Jesus sounds like a peace-loving commie to me.References :

  4. Atheist Barbie

    Fool -ism.References :

  5. « Chippy »

    Fideism.References :

  6. Adrian☭

    FascismReferences :

  7. Kathleen

    Salvationism. Their is no other way to God besides Jesus. Their is no other way to have eternal life than believe in Jesus as their Savior.References :

  8. Watchman on the Wall

    This world is not our home we are just passing through. We are here to share the gospel of Jesus Christ and bring many to the Kingdom of God. We are awaiting His return and in the meantime, we just watch and pray for His coming. In Him we live, and move, and have our being.References :

  9. Angry Troll for Jesus

    today it would be the misguided Zionism. However there is a residue of true Christians that I belong to and we choose Militantism.References : http://www.thechurchatkaweah.org/conference.html

  10. Kyle

    Aa) realism

    26 of your claims were based in nothing. I counted them all.References :

  11. Bob T

    None apply to Christianity at all. The prefix -ism infers that something is put in a primary position of belief. To do so would be to put God in a secondary position, which contradicts Biblical teaching.
    You could have fun writing a silly poem with all the rhyming -ism words, but none apply to your question.References :

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