gospelize


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gospelize

(ˈɡɒspəˌlaɪz) ,

gospelise

,

gospellize

or

gospellise

vb (tr)
(Ecclesiastical Terms) to evangelize
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Translations
gospeliser
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This incremental but inevitable ontological de-centering--and demonumentalizing (de-structive)--process is inaugurated at the outset of Pierre's exile by his (premature) decision to write "a comprehensive compact work" that, he thinks, would "gospelize the world anew" (273).
Furthermore, he held the opinion that the Church of England had come to America "to episcopize rather than gospelize," and the forcefulness of his conviction soon came to exercise an influence in public affairs.
Koyama, a "son" of Coe, quotes Coe as saying, "The gospel must be culturally contextualized, yet it must 'gospelize' the cultural context itself.