evangelicalism

[ UK /ˌiːvɐnd‍ʒˈɛlɪkəlˌɪzəm/ ]
NOUN
  1. stresses the importance of personal conversion and faith as the means of salvation
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How To Use evangelicalism In A Sentence

  • Here we have medieval Augustinian evangelicalism at its most pure and sublime.
  • Unlike Beattie, who was socialized into evangelicalism and unionism, Ivan Foster was recruited after a more dramatic conversion.
  • This has had a permanent and detrimental effect upon British and American Evangelicalism, and has undergirded a whole range of unbiblical holiness and perfectionist teachings ever since Wesley's day.
  • Even those who have moved away from or expanded the definition of ‘conservative evangelicalism’ have not lost the impulse to evangelize, he says.
  • The new face of American evangelicalism is not confined to the mega-churches.
  • Evangelicalism is the fastest growing mental illness in this nation. Think Progress » American Family Association: Government is more dangerous than al Qaeda, Tim McVeigh’s terrorism.
  • Reimer supports Rawlyk's idea that Canadian evangelicalism is more irenic than its U.S. counterpart, but calls for real data to support the thesis.
  • Secondly, evangelicalism is not a denomination in itself, but is a major trend or theological movement within the mainstream denominations.
  • Reformed theology has historically been the branch of evangelicalism most strongly committed to the sovereignty of God.
  • Here, a very profound departure from Christian orthodoxy was made by key figures in Evangelicalism, among them Dobson, Colson, and Falwell. Hastert goes (back) to work for Turkey « Antiwar.com Blog
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