- n. The act or process of proselytizing.
- proselytize + -ation (Wiktionary)
“At the Foundation, we have coined the term "predatory proselytization" to describe the tactics of many of these groups, where vulnerable populations read poorest of the poor are targeted for conversion through coercive means such as access to jobs, health care or education -- access, of course, depending on accepting as Savior the "right God.”
“While it is true that some may be offended by the word "proselytization", the reality is no religion in this world is self-contained.”
“However, it does not work because religion requires proselytization, and the saving of the souls that need it.”
“Science centres that have tackled climate change have tended to fall into a proselytization mode, rather than teaching science as a process.”
“Using these tools for proselytization is well under way.”
“Otherwise, I trust the testimony of someone who grew up in Syria as an Orthodox Christian more than I trust a Swiss-based Christian proselytization organization that I've never heard of before.”
“I shot off an email to her in a nanosecond, hoping to pick up a six-figure proselytization gig.”
“Time Square bomber Faisal Shahzad entered the courtroom today with a mission of self-proselytization.”
“This concept of religious freedom has unfortunately failed to address, at the expense of adherents of pluralist and non-exclusivist religious traditions such as Hinduism and other Dharmic traditions, the right to retain one's tradition and to be free from intrusion, harassment, intimidation, and aggressive, exploitative, and predatory proselytization by non-pluralist and exclusivist religions.”
“But, conversion begot by aggressive or predatory proselytization is a form of violence.”
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