Origin of evangelize
OTHER WORDS FROM evangelizee·van·ge·li·za·tion, noune·van·ge·liz·er, nounun·e·van·ge·lized, adjective
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How to use evangelize in a sentence
Their core responsibility will be to evangelize new ways of working both internally and externally, he added — and storytelling is crucial, especially in the midst of the hotly tipped “Great Resignation”.
Entrepreneur guru Gary Vaynerchuk says he’s been waiting for this moment since 2010 and that the “next 36 months will be incredible,” as he uses his platforms to evangelize for NFTs.
His bid quickly floundered; memorable only for his promise to try to evangelize Chuck Schumer if elected to the Senate.
While most home birthers rave, even evangelize, about their choice, for a small percentage, the fantasy becomes a nightmare.
Bush will come on TV to talk about anything—even inane stuff like Cinco de Mayo parades—in order to evangelize for the GOP.
English missionaries proceed much more wisely in their efforts to evangelize a people.
To be a Pariah was easy, and attempts to evangelize that class continued to be made in Madura up to the time of the Suppression.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
They have an equal right to make the same thorough and searching investigation of the proposition to evangelize the world.
On the basis given above these 6,000 missionaries can evangelize one hundred and fifty millions in this generation.
It has been a favorite idea of many that the Negroes of America should evangelize Africa.