evangelism

英 [ɪ'væn(d)ʒ(ə)lɪz(ə)m] 美
  • n. 福音传道;福音传道者的工作;福音主义;传道狂般的热情
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evangelism (n.)
1620s, "the preaching of the gospel," from evangel + -ism, or else from Medieval Latin evangelismus "a spreading of the Gospel," from Late Latin evangelium "good news, gospel," from Greek euangelion (see evangelist). In reference to evangelical Protestantism, from 1812.
1. For some, family breakdown presents an opportunity for evangelism.
对一些人来说, 家庭的衰落给福音主义一个机会.

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2. How could we purge our evangelism of its excessive and damaging subjectivity?
那么,我们该怎样清理现时福音信息里过多及有害的主观成分?

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3. Did Jesus fail that day in his evangelism? Jesus doesn't fail.
耶稣那天传福音失败了 吗 ?耶稣不失败的.

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4. Did Jesus fail that day in his evangelism?
耶稣那天传福音失败了 吗 ?

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5. TV Evangelism: Send more shit.
电视上的宣教家: 再寄来一些.

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