evangelism

[ ih-van-juh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF evangelism

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

But their method of evangelism had been of the Methodist type.

As a nation we do not believe in war or militarism or evangelism.

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.

In every perfect religious system three great departments must always be represented—criticism, dogmatism, and evangelism.

I shall shortly quote from those legal proceedings, shall draw upon a store of drama, unequalled in the history of Evangelism.

Doctrines floating under the banner of evangelism which do not get believers into the kingdom must be listed with the enemy.

He left the church of his fathers and devoted his distinguished gifts to the work of evangelism.

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

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