Origin of evangelism
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Moreover, said Cizik, “there are serious spiritual consequences of denialism—it discredits the whole enterprise” of evangelism.Extreme Weather? Blame the End Times
November 28, 2014
And the evangelism so important to the Christian enterprise will be hindered.Love Trumped Rules for Fired Methodist Rev. Frank Schaefer
December 20, 2013
Or, to put it in language that might resonate even more with the base: the essence of evangelism is winning converts.Memo to the GOP: It’s Time to Listen to Your Elders
May 29, 2013
But their method of evangelism had been of the Methodist type.
They had zeal for evangelism, but they still had much to learn about its method.
As a nation we do not believe in war or militarism or evangelism.The Political Future of India
He has a contempt for all strong feeling, all sentiment, all evangelism.
The neighboring towns and communities felt the force of his spirit of evangelism.Charles Lewis Cocke
William Robert Lee Smith
- (in Protestant churches) the practice of spreading the Christian gospelRC Church term: evangelization, evangelisation
- ardent or missionary zeal for a cause
- the work, methods, or characteristic outlook of a revivalist or evangelist preacher
- a less common word for evangelicalismSee evangelicalism
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Word Origin and History for evangelism
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