Translation of evangelical in Spanish:
- 1.1 [Religion/Religión] evangélico the Evangelical Church la Iglesia EvangélicaExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (zealous) evangélico
- A number of attempts have been made to explain the hostility to religious and especially to evangelical Christian beliefs.
- However, in Eastern Europe since the end of the communist regimes Catholic, Orthodox, and evangelical religion, as well as new religious sects, have witnessed a remarkable revival.
- Religion Watch is a useful newsletter that patrols the latest things in American, mainly evangelical, religion.
- In recent decades, evangelical Protestant missionaries have converted many in Ecuador, especially in the countryside and urban slums.
- It is common in evangelical Protestant circles for converts to witness to their faith by recounting their experience of conversion.
- An increasingly common structural problem for community management in the Lower Amazon is related to the spread of Protestant evangelical faiths.
- I started off implacably opposed to this and now I am almost evangelical in my support.
- I get coffee and they get evangelical support from me and everyone I can convince to drink their coffee.
- Whilst the advocates of quality and empowerment are almost evangelical in their quest to change the way we work those on the receiving end are considerably more sceptical.
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