Definition of hot gospel in English:

hot gospel

Line breaks: hot gos¦pel


[mass noun] informal
The fervent propounding of religious beliefs; zealous evangelism: [as modifier]: hot-gospel preachers still claim a popular following
More example sentences
  • The station's programming is nonconfrontational, and hot gospel shows are all the rage.
  • Lyman speaks like an old-time, American hot gospel preacher, and yet at the same time is so sincere and convinced of the correctness of his beliefs that he has influenced even hardened meat-eaters.


hot gospeller

More example sentences
  • This is the style of hot gospellers preaching to the convinced but can convince none other.
  • He also killed as an evangelical hot gospeller, praying to the Lord to ‘share the booty.’
  • The pioneer of American religious broadcasting was not a Protestant hot gospeller, but a devout Catholic Archbishop.

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