Origin of evangelistic
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More importantly, the evangelistic ethos is supposed to infuse everyday life.Did the Southern Baptist ‘Conservative Resurgence’ Fail?
June 1, 2014
In films like this, an evangelistic and ministerial mission do much more than a good script to assure commercial success.The Red Hot Christian Blockbuster
October 21, 2008
It proved to be an evangelistic meeting of the then famous Moody and Sankey.A Labrador Doctor</p>
Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
I must not go further into these details of evangelistic work.Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877
She cannot go out for weeks or months with a women's evangelistic band.Have We No Rights?
Educational work is generally more attractive than evangelistic.
The argument applies only to the missionary engaged in evangelistic work.
- denoting, resembling, or relating to evangelists or their methods and attitudesevangelistic zeal
- zealously advocating a cause
- (often capital) of or relating to all or any of the four Evangelists
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Word Origin and History for evangelistic
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