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born-again

having experienced conversion, esp to evangelical Christianity
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Q: Would you describe yourself as a born-again or evangelical Christian?
In The Age of Evangelicalism, historian Steven Miller bookends the role of born-again evangelical Christianity with the election of President Jimmy Carter in 1976 and the administration of President George W.
For his part, Manny got the approval of Top Rank Promotions for born-again Christian pastors to sing the Philippine national anthem, in the process ditching American Idol runner-up Jessica Sanchez.
8220;You too, born-again Christian believer, can and will do the works that Jesus did and greater works than His, if you so believe.
Anybody tempted to be taken in by the sanctimoniously homophobic Evander Holyfield should try and imagine what sort of country we would be living in if it was controlled by born-again Christians.
President Jimmy Carter is a born-again Christian-yet he believes in evolution.
In an African world believed to be filled with benevolent and malevolent spiritual powers, the Born-Again churches have attracted much support, including within the political arena, because of their offer of religious power of the Christian kind.
A BOY band heart-throb will visit a Coventry church on Saturday to talk about how he became a born-again Christian.
But this, according to these folks, is how to become a Christian, a born-again believer.
JAMES Bulger killer Jon Venables has become a born-again Christian.
These born-again riders had bikes in their youth, but now high-powered machines are capable of much greater speeds," said Sgt Brown.
In the first, a born-again ex-convict, having served 20 years for the confessed murder of his pregnant wife, is found dead in the Arizona desert with all his fingers cut off.