evangelicalism definition

  • noun:
    • Evangelical values or doctrines.
    • Adherence to a church or celebration professing evangelical values or doctrines.
    • (historical) Lutheranism.
    • Protestant movement basing its theology almost entirely on Scripture, which can be held becoming inerrant.
    • Christian fundamentalism.
    • Adherence to evangelical doctrines; evangelism.
    • Adherence to and insistence upon evangelical doctrines, especially in the Church of England: sometimes utilized as a term of opprobrium.
    • stresses the necessity of individual transformation and belief given that way of salvation
    • Evangelical beliefs or doctrines.
    • Adherence to a church or party professing evangelical values or doctrines.
    • (historical) Lutheranism.
    • Protestant action basing its theology very nearly entirely on Scripture, which can be held to-be inerrant.
    • Christian fundamentalism.
    • Adherence to evangelical doctrines; evangelism.
    • Adherence to and insistence upon evangelical doctrines, especially in the Church of The united kingdomt: occasionally utilized as a term of opprobrium.
    • stresses the necessity of individual transformation and faith given that ways salvation

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