evangelist


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a person doing religious or charitable work in a foreign country

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a preacher of the Christian gospel

(when capitalized) any of the spiritual leaders who are assumed to be authors of the Gospels in the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

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The balusters were decorated with emblems of the Four Evangelists.
If you mean to hinder everybody from having money but saints and evangelists, you must give up some profitable partnerships, that's all I can say," Mr.
His favourite subjects were church discipline, rites and ceremonies, apostolical succession, the duty of reverence and obedience to the clergy, the atrocious criminality of dissent, the absolute necessity of observing all the forms of godliness, the reprehensible presumption of individuals who attempted to think for themselves in matters connected with religion, or to be guided by their own interpretations of Scripture, and, occasionally (to please his wealthy parishioners) the necessity of deferential obedience from the poor to the rich--supporting his maxims and exhortations throughout with quotations from the Fathers: with whom he appeared to be far better acquainted than with the Apostles and Evangelists, and whose importance he seemed to consider at least equal to theirs.
Swiftly as he went, however, he could not escape the curse of the four blessed evangelists which the mendicant howled behind him.
The glory of His evangelists, and the proof of their divine mission, is not so much that they made laws for the world, but that they spread a new spirit abroad, and the new laws were filled with this new spirit.
Evangelists have the freedom to choose among campaigns being conducted by the agency since it would be against all the principles of word of mouth marketing, not to mention unethical, for an evangelist to promote something he or she didn't believe in.
Straton's endorsement helped catapult Utley to prominence as an evangelist.
Indeed, the evangelist Mark may have referred to Christ as "the son of Mary" instead of the son of Joseph precisely because the latter had died, leaving Mary as the (in those times unusual) matriarch of the clan (Mark 6:3).
John the Evangelist, Ottawa, I wish to respond to several comments made (Vulnerable, October letters; Troubling news, September letters) about our ministry with high-risk sex offenders called Circles of Support and Accountability (COSA).
Kasun calls himself an architecture evangelist because he "preaches" about good technology to business leaders, he said.
As an evangelist you bring glad tidings to your sphere of influence.
WHEN that great evangelist Billy Graham came to London on one of his recent visits he felt the urge, the call from God or whatever, top reach to the people of Soho.
provider of professional color standards for the design industries, announced the hiring of recognized PDF and digital workflow expert Michael Jahn as evangelist for Pantone Hexachrome, the company's patented high-quality six-color printing process.
According to Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, an evangelist is "a bringer of glad tidings of Church and doctrines.
ALAN BERRY completed a two-year-old double with Evangelist in the six-furlong nursery and Glenviews Polly in the fillies' seller.