Synonyms for evangelical

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Antonyms for evangelical

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The name which she chose for herself is Evangelical (true to the Gospel).

But such is not the condition of the membership of at least the evangelical Churches.

In this accomplishment Evangelical hymnody played a prominent part.

The evangelical to my mind had a monopoly of infallible truth.

At Herrnhut their religion was legal; at Herrnhaag it was supposed to be evangelical.

This was an attempt to form a union of all evangelical Christians throughout the world.

He is a consistent member of the Evangelical Church, and is very charitable.

His friends said that he was evangelical, and his enemies said that he was Low Church.

Evangelical religion in England has never been very favourable to learning.

Thirdly, as to the Evangelical; I know you have one of the Nos.

WORD ORIGIN

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).

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