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- n. evangelical principles; evangelism
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Evangelical principles; evangelism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Evangelical principles.
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Yet, although the highest characters, in a religious view, are drawn from "evangelicism" and Methodism, we find that neither of these systems is set forth as enough to secure the perfection of everybody who may choose to profess it ....
It was important that Rick Warren was able to show the new face of evangelicism -- a faith as concerned with the Beatitudes as it is with the fire and brimstone imagery of Revelation.
He talks at great length about how the right-wing evangelical movement has completely subsumed the progressive/liberal wing of evangelicism.
It's an important question -- if you grock the answer, you can create a rapidly growing multi-million-dollar products company with free customer evangelicism (of which this blog is an unasked-for example) in the place of pricey PR, marketing, advertising.
Not sure how we got off into a debate about evangelicism andsuch.
That may not explain the rise of evangelicism, though my strong guess is that it is an important factor -- and that is not a put-down of religion.
This won't be Kinks Week — probably — but my newfound Kinks evangelicism insists that I give you the track listing and some YouTube links for the extremely excellent Not Necessarily the Best of the Kinks compilation I've generated.
This worldwide evangelicism will end only when all men everywhere are subject to the authority of the Christian Church, and when the Christian Bible is the only law code recognized for all humanity.
Mr. Wills is a serious and competent writer on religious issues; and he is favorably impressed by Mr. Carter's evangelicism, as a major factor explaining his approach and potential appeal to the American electorate.
This identification was in part explicable by reason of the supporting pillars of social reform: evangelicism, humanitarianism, the idea of progress, and a middle-class awareness of the need for the maintenance of social order.