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- adj. evangelical
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Belonging to, or contained in, the gospel; evangelical.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as evangelical.
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Instead there's an evangelic quality in those piercing blue-grey eyes and a vivacity in that wide-mouth smile that lends a passionate zeal to her pessimism.
Itâs a little like watching the large number of evangelic conservatives who donât understand (or simply reject) science trying to drown out the DNA similarity between man and other primates, because theyâre afraid of the obvious conclusion.
Mormonism would seem to me to be an example of the effects of undiluted JHVHism and stripped down evangelic Christianity on the early settlers.
The trio of Obama, Axelrod, and Plouffe knew how to organize people in a way that makes Karl Rove's mobilization of ten million new voters (largely fundamentalist and evangelic Christians) that delivered Bush the presidency in 2004 look like a trial run.
Itâs a little like watching the large number of evangelic conservatives who donât understand or simply reject science trying to drown out the DNA similarity between man and other primates, because theyâre afraid of the obvious conclusion.
The task required an evangelic commitment by a generation of aviators, and some of those evangelists left their blood on narrow wooden decks in proving their beliefs.
It's all fine and well to wise up -- and one can wax evangelic till the cows come home.
McCain has picked up the support of both the state's Senators, while Romney has a few members of Congress and Huckabee is relying on the evangelic vote.
I think McCain will pick Huckabee as his running mate because he needs to energize the evangelic base.
The turnout of white evangelic Protestants, 24% of the electorate was as heavy as 2004.