Noun(1) a new convert; especially a gentile converted to Judaism
(1) It visited the sin of the fathers not only upon their biological children but also upon every single Jew, homeborn or proselyte .(2) The artist of the printed Amsterdam Haggadah, a proselyte by the name of Abraham bar Jacob, based his image on an unrelated image from the well-known Icones Biblicae of the Swiss artist Matthaeus Merian, first published in 1630.(3) At the extreme, the new economy proselyte promotes the Internet as the solution for everything from education and health care to pollution, inequality and world peace.(4) ├ö├ç├┐We don't want taxpayer dollars being spent in order to proselyte children into praying to Zeus and Apollo,├ö├ç├û she remarked.(5) Related to social disorganization, a second factor acting in favor of Protestant proselytism has been the failure of the economy in Latin America to empower most of its population to leave the ranks of poverty and underemployment.(6) I think the churches are filled with people who have been proselyted to a religion.(7) The research presented in this book finds its anxiety about proselytism disproportionate and misplaced.(8) The Mormons had come as part of a great upsurge in proselyting to American Indians, known under doctrines of the faith as the ├ö├ç├┐Lamanites.├ö├ç├û(9) From either side of the Atlantic, two of the more influential proselytes of that degenerate old collectivist have chosen to re-iterate all the old myths once again.(10) Although Article 13 of the Constitution protects freedom of religious conscience and worship for known religions, proselytism is prohibited.(11) More likely, they were Jews or Gentile proselytes who knew about the God of the Old Testament but not about Jesus, his death, his resurrection, and salvation through him.(12) While Buddhism is not a religion that proselytes , it certainly has a sense of its own mission in spreading its message.(13) For these same proselytes , it meanwhile fulfilled the scriptural injunction of a temple service garment of utmost simplicity.(14) On the other hand, it may very well be that proselyting the world has become so ingrained a habit that no change is possible.(15) In Singapore there is full freedom of religious practice, but not of religious proselytism .(16) For in politics, as in religion, it is equally absurd to aim at making proselytes by fire and sword.
1. convert ::
2. new believer ::
3. catechumen ::
Different Formsproselyte, proselyted, proselytes, proselyting
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