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Western Christianity

Western Christianity refers collectively to Catholicism and Protestantism, especially when speaking more about what they share in common than about the ways they differ. Historically, Western Christianity developed in Europe, whereas Eastern Christianity developed in the Near East. Today, however, the geographical distinction is not nearly as absolute.

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