- n. Plural form of evangelical.
“I have never liked the label evangelicals because it can encompass so many religious groups, but not necessarily born again Christians.”
“Christians have adopted the title evangelicals because they believe in this Good News and believe in sharing the good news or evangelizing.”
“This article on the evangelicals is a perfect example of how so much of the rest of America feels the same way.”
“A mormon will get killed once their wacky religion is described and Palin evangelicals won't vote for one and everyone already knows what a wack job Plain is.”
“The release of this statement from conservative evangelicals is really a sign of desperation on the part of Republicans concerned that their political reign in Congress may end come November.”
“Government funding of evangelicals is not tolerant and open.”
“They came away with a number of resolutions as well as the launch of a leadership training institute to train evangelicals in countries for service.”
“Voters who hear McCain's dog whistle and then listen to it (certain evangelicals, dyed in the wool bigots) wouldn't vote for Obama anyway.”
“It's interesting that you say Judaism seems like the most feminist-friendly religion, when one of the things that bothers me about right-wing evangelicals is that they more often quote strictures from the Old Testament than the words of Jesus, and the point of the New Testament is that it's new, Jesus challenged the old rules and power structures. ... that reads like I'm bashing Judaism.”
“With the rise of the evangelicals, is it any wonder that the Green Lantern theory of will power is so prevalent as well?”
Looking for tweets for evangelicals.