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noun as in preaching

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Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism did not respond to a request for comment.

From Time

Churches began to offer physical activities such as exercise and athletics, and urged men to engage in the then male domains of military affairs, politics, business, imperial adventures, and international evangelism.

From Time

This sense of brand evangelism appears to be tied to the emotional connection a loyalty member has with a brand.

From Digiday

Moreover, said Cizik, “there are serious spiritual consequences of denialism—it discredits the whole enterprise” of evangelism.

Effective evangelism has always required careful negotiation with the surrounding culture.

The chief justice seemed to be arguing that anything short of hostility or blatant evangelism was kosher.

And the evangelism so important to the Christian enterprise will be hindered.

And there is an online training site guiding churches in producing “Internet Evangelism Days.”

Sane, honorable evangelism never excludes Christian nurture any more than the sunlight obviates the necessity of soil cultivation.

It was arranged that our colleague should take charge of the outside evangelism, while we opened work at the main station.

Every door seemed wide open before us, and the time ripe for a specially aggressive campaign of evangelism for the heathen.

This orientation could be the source of a new evangelism that would make its witness heard in the depth and detail of human life.

They had zeal for evangelism, but they still had much to learn about its method.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to evangelism, such as: ministration, teaching, sermonizing, and spreading the word.

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