Recent Examples of evangelism from the Web
That surprises me, that surprises me since the essence of evangelism is to seek converts.
Oregon’s Democrats are, apparently, only interested in one type of evangelism.
Instead, the seat is almost certain to be claimed back by the Conservatives, whose candidate reflects the party’s drift toward pro-Brexit evangelism under May.
His grandfather, fighting that huckster stereotype, asked three male colleagues to help him make a list of things that could hurt evangelism.
Later, at DeWitt Clinton High School, in the Bronx, where some white boys mocked his teen-age evangelism, there were others, such as Avedon and the writer Emile Capouya, who defended him.
DeLillo, the most perceptive (almost occult) chronicler of contemporary life, has not invented the Convergence out of whole cloth: Its DNA comes from an old evangelism dressed in a new rhetoric and streaming out of Silicon Valley.
An active participant in the technology community, the company has a long history of advocacy, meme-making, and evangelism.
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