Definition of Revivalist. Meaning of Revivalist. Synonyms of Revivalist

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Definition of Revivalist

Revivalist
Revivalist Re*viv"al*ist, n. A clergyman or layman who promotes revivals of religion; an advocate for religious revivals; sometimes, specifically, a clergyman, without a particular charge, who goes about to promote revivals. Also used adjectively.

Meaning of Revivalist from wikipedia

- Revivalist may refer to: a person involved in language revitalization a person involved in a movement of Christian revival Revivalist artist - a performer...
- The Revivalists are an American rock band formed in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 2007. The eight-piece band consists of Ed Williams (pedal steel guitar...
- Postmillennialists also diverge on the means of the gospel's conquest. Revivalist postmillennialism is a form of the doctrine held by the Puritans and some...
- separate Muslim ****stan considered Gandhi to be Hindu nationalist or revivalist. For example, in his letters to Mohammad Iqbal, Jinnah accused Gandhi...
- (September 1, 1785 – September 25, 1872) was an American Methodist, revivalist, preacher, in the Midwest, as well as twice an elected legislator in Illinois...
- A revivalist artist or revivalist band is a musical group, singer, or musician dedicated to reviving interest in a musical genre from an earlier era....
- Revivalist preacher Sam Jones coined the slogan "Quit Your Meanness" which was put to music by E. O. Excell....
- that would draw strength from its religious pluralism." The evangelical revivalists who were active mid-century, such as Franklin's friend and preacher,...
- between Africa, Australia, India and Madagascar. A section of Tamil revivalists adapted this theory, connecting it to the Pandyan legends of lands lost...
- Relatively small Native American po****tions were eclipsed. The Christian revivalist movement of the 1730s and 1740s known as the Great Awakening fueled interest...
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