- 1Relating to or denoting a person who has converted to a personal faith in Christ (with reference to John 3:3): a born-again ChristianMore example sentences
- Contrast him to his opponent Jimmy Carter, a born-again Southern Baptist, a Sunday school teacher, and brother to a prominent faith healer.
- In the pages leading up to the novel's climax, both Cameron Williams and Chloe Stole, the most skeptical and secular of the book's protagonists, embrace Christ and become born-again Christians.
- Protestant fundamentalists believe that shortly before the end, all the born-again Christians with true faith will be snatched up to heaven, and they call this Rapture.
- 1.1Newly converted to and very enthusiastic about an idea or cause: born-again environmentalistsMore example sentences
- Announce ourselves, like those born-again virgins in America, to be newly without sin?
- He has lost all faith in nihilism and is a born-again Linux enthusiast.
- Maybe my enthusiasm is just that of a born-again geek, but I'm inclined to agree.
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- A born-again Christian.More example sentences
- Any smugness on my part, though, must be tempered by the admission that if it were the Bible that you were talking about, then we'd be in there swinging to get hold of Ezekiel before the Methodists or the born-agains.
- Followers bring born-agains into the fold (including diva disciple Sylvester).
- They have an evangelical fervour that turns speakers into born-agains, again and again.
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