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born-again

having experienced conversion, esp to evangelical Christianity
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This rises to 93 percent of born-again Christians, 82 percent of Catholics and 84 percent of Protestants.
Crucial to this born-again agenda was support for school prayer, opposition to abortion, and staunch anticommunism.
What is most surprising and disappointing about Feuerherd's reflections on "Getting along with your born-again neighbor" is the obvious discounting of those uncounted millions of us who are faithful and engaged Catholics and who are also, in fact, "born-again evangelicals.
Jacque Swanson, who, like me, is a born-again Christian.
Born-again Christian Hoddle hid the break-up pain as he returned after the team's match in Italy.
Looking back, might I not faithfully say that in Irian Jaya I became a born-again humanist?
The Age of Evangelicalism: America's Born-Again Years.
In fact, she even had some disagreement with her son when he became a born-again Christian which she blamed for his loss to Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Marquez on their third rematch.
True faith, according to Pope, comes by learning the loving paternal nature of God's character toward each and every person, which he says reveals that all people can and should become born-again Christians.
ANYONE with a passing interest in theology will not be surprised to hear that the Bible-bashing, Jesus-loving, born-again Christian Evander Holyfield has likened homosexuality to a handicap (Mail, January 7).
Stoughton Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Claremont McKenna College and Co-Editor, The Columbia University Press Series in Religion in Politics, said, "The Latino Religions and Politics Survey of 1,000 likely voters found that Romney gained a bounce after the first debate and that 43% of Latino undecided likely voters nationwide and 56% in Florida are Born-Again Christians and socially conservative and that if enough of these undecided voters swing over and vote for Romney they could help him eke out a victory in Florida, Colorado, and/or possibly the nation.
The results of this study have highlighted several points of discussion that illustrate a complex process of self-definition as a born-again Christian.