Evangelical meaning

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A member of an evangelical church or party.
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Of, relating to, or in accordance with the Christian gospel, especially one of the four gospel books of the New Testament.
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Of, relating to, or being a Christian church believing in the Bible as the sole source of religious authority, in salvation only through conversion and spiritual regeneration, and in the necessity of public witness to faith.
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Of or relating to the group in the Church of England that stresses personal conversion and salvation by faith.
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Characterized by ardent or crusading enthusiasm; zealous.

An evangelical liberal.

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In, of, or according to the Gospels or the teaching of the New Testament.
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Of the Low Church party in the Church of England.
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Of or promoting evangelism; evangelistic.
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A member of an evangelical church.
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Pertaining to the gospel(s) of the Christian New Testament.
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Pertaining to Islamic groups that are dedicated to dawah and preaching the Quran and sunnah.
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Pertaining to the doctrines or teachings of the Christian gospel or Christianity in general.
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Protestant; specifically, designating European churches which were originally Lutheran rather than Calvinist.
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Pertaining to a movement in Protestant Christianity that stresses personal conversion and the authority of the Bible (evangelicalism).
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A member of an evangelical church.
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An advocate of evangelicalism.
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Of, or relating to any of several Christian Churches that believe in the sole authority of the gospels.
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Of, or relating to Protestant (especially Lutheran) Churches in Germany.
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Origin of evangelical

  • evangelic +‎ -al, from Old French evangelique, from Latin evangelium, from Ancient Greek εὐαγγέλιον (euangelion, “good news”)

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