A term created by George Bernard Shaw to describe the religious movement originated by Paul. In Shaw's parlance, Christianity consisted of the teachings of Jesus during his lifetime, while Crosstianity consisted of Paul's interpretation of the meaning of Jesus' death.

Unfortunately, Shaw, a Fabian socialist, tended to obscure the usefulness of the distinction he made between the two, by claiming that what Jesus taught was Fabian socialism.

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