Origin of evangelical
Examples from the Web for evangelic
Mr. Row rejects the first alternative, and accepts the accuracy of the Evangelic records.The Freethinker's Text Book, Part II.|Annie Besant
Yet that exorable Russian is less an elevated realist than an evangelic socialist.L-bas|J. K. Huysmans
The evangelic labours of many of his Irish disciples, are matter of history in the Gallic Church.An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800|Mary Frances Cusack
As a whole, the Evangelic history certainly appears to have been completed at the beginning of the second century.History of Dogma, Volume 1 (of 7)|Adolph Harnack
Whether there is more fidelity among wives of the evangelic faith, I shall not attempt to discuss.The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine|Heinrich Heine
1530s (adj. and noun), from evangelic (early 15c., from Old French evangelique, from Late Latin evangelicus; see evangelist) + -al (1). In reference to a tendency or school in Protestantism, from mid-18c. Related: Evangelicalism (1831).
A member of any of various Christian churches that believes in the sole authority of the literal Bible (see also Bible), a salvation (see also salvation) only through regeneration, or rebirth, and a spiritually transformed personal life.