Chrislam

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Chrislam is a portmanteau of Christianity and Islam, and may refer to:

  • Chrislam (Yoruba), a blend of Christianity and Islam among the Yoruba of Nigeria
  • Chrislam, a derogatory term used by American evangelist Jack Van Impe to refer to an anticipated one-world religion
  • Chrislam, a fictional religion in Arthur C. Clarke's 1993 novel The Hammer of God (Clarke novel)
  • Chrislam, a blend of Christianity and Shia Islam, founded by Chaplain Michael Smith, practiced worldwide under the name Alawite Christian Federation. Currently over 2,000 members worldwide. Reference: Facebook.com/chezallah