Salvationist


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Sal·va·tion·ist

 (săl-vā′shə-nĭst)
n.
1. A member of the Salvation Army.
2. salvationist One who preaches salvation; an evangelist.

salvationist

(sælˈveɪʃənɪst)
n
1. (Protestantism) a member of an evangelical sect emphasizing the doctrine of salvation
2. (Protestantism) (often capital) a member of the Salvation Army
adj
3. (Protestantism) stressing the doctrine of salvation
4. (Protestantism) (often capital) of or relating to the Salvation Army
salˈvationism n

Sal•va•tion•ist

(sælˈveɪ ʃə nɪst)

n.
1. a member of the Salvation Army.
2. (l.c.) a person who preaches salvation.
Translations

salvationist

[sælˈveɪʃnɪst] Nmiembro mf del Ejército de Salvación

salvationist

nHeilsprediger(in) m(f); (also Salvationist: = of Salvation Army) → Angehörige(r) mfder Heilsarmee

salvationist

Salvationist [sælˈveɪʃnɪst] nsalutista m/f
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The magazine works the meaning of the definition in relation the "future of the planet", which brings a sense of redemption, a salvationist discourse that indicates a mistake first, since it is the people who are at risk of not having a future; the Earth will outlast us.
Lawrence uses Ursula "to criticize Birkin, to pin down the prig and preacher, the pretentious Sunday-school teacher and salvationist in him" (Kinkead-Weekes xxx).
A Salvationist farmer is visited five miles out, and a few miles farther on we camp for lunch.
The mum who inspired 110 years of caring THE Salvation Army has been accommodatibg women experiencing homelessness in Liverpool since 1906, when Ann Fowler House Lifehouse was gifted by Miss Mary Fowler, a Salvationist living in the city, in memory of her mother.
The Salvationist Handbook of Doctrine, the manual used to train Salvation Army "soldiers" and members, includes several chapters that refer to the sin of homosexuality, including a section that cites Romans 1:18-32, which includes an admonition that gay people should be put to death (verse 32).
She explores the narrative of underage prostitution and the roles played by various indigenous customs, including child fostering and proxy marriages, in intensifying local anxieties and Salvationist narratives about young girls and young hawkers in danger.
The failure of the white Salvationist leaders in Rhodesia and at international headquarters to discern the inevitable future of an African-led Zimbabwe Salvation Army left the Zimbabwe Salvation Army weakened because of ill-prepared African leadership, paralleling the same failure of the white-led national government.
The main action guidelines employed by the ABE--the Salvationist discourse, the provision of assistance and the commemorative practices--were used in the educational reform promoted at that time by the General Direction of Public Instruction.
A lifelong Salvationist, Colin was a keen bandsman and President of the City of Cardiff Melingriffith Brass Band.
George Scott Railton, a prominent early Salvationist, alluded to something of this methodology shortly after his leader's death: "Each extension of The Army into foreign lands might be reported as a fresh achievement of the General, for, although he never, of course, himself went as leader, he invariably chose the leaders, and so wisely directed the .
I have taken the example of heroin addiction as emblematic of what, with some trepidation, I may call the dialectical relationship between the world view of those at the bottom of society and the complementary world view of what one might call the Salvationist bureaucracy of the government.
More than half of those listed were Protestant groups or syncretic sects strongly influenced by Christianity, while the rest were a mixture of other salvationist and millennialist groups.