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- v. Alternative spelling of evangelize.
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- v. Same as evangelize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. preach the gospel (to)
- v. convert to Christianity
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Rome, to "evangelise" Britain and ease tensions between the two leading Christian denominations over female clergy.
But yesterday Keith Porteous Wood, executive director of the NSS, which represents the interests of atheists, agnostics and other non-religious groups, said it was inappropriate for health workers to "evangelise" and use their workplace as an opportunity to "spread the word".
African clergy told to re-evangelise 'ailing' Anglican church
My small brother was the Baptist preacher as well as each Sunday sunrise before he went to evangelise he used to play Elvis How Great Thou Art album My dad loved him too.
J.C. set up the Ministry of Propaganda and mobilised his fans to evangelise the podcasts, which they did because the stories are so fantastic!
The final aspect is that of reciprocity in the duty to evangelise.
"Get other people to evangelise your app for you by letting them share stuff about themselves."
This may be useful advice for other social media enthusiasts to apply when they are trying to evangelise about Web 2.0 and its applicability to the AEC sector.
But not, it would appear, a desire to evangelise by speaking of the salvation that only Jesus offers.
Me: how can we as museums advocate or evangelise about the need for an API?