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revivalism

a movement, esp an evangelical Christian one, that seeks to reawaken faith
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Javellana said the correct description for the Janiuay cemetery gates is 'neo-Baroque,' since these were constructed in the Baroque revivalist style.
Jeff Jansen is a present day revivalist, internationally recognized for his apostolic message which demonstrates the glory and supernatural power of God let loose.
The fifth and sixth sections consider the revivalist and anti-revivalist approaches to the Africa problems, and the last section presents our recommendations, and in conjunction with the preceding sections help in providing a plausible conclusion.
Included among the items displayed are a 1904 sodality banner of a medieval Irish saint, designed by modernist artist Jack Yeats and embroidered by the new women's collective, the Dun Emer Guild; a Celtic Revivalist casket commissioned as a gift to the first senate of the Irish Free State to hold the vellum roll containing each senator's signature; examples of jewelry inspired by nineteenth-century archaeological discoveries of early Christian metalwork; exquisite lace work produced by rural women and organized by elite patrons.
Along with Henry Steel Olcott and Helena Blavatsky, the creators of the Theosophical Society, he was a major reformer and revivalist of Ceylonese Buddhism and an important figure in its western transmission.
The seminary, founded by Maulana Abdul Haq, post Pakistan's independence propagates Deobandi, a revivalist and anti-imperialist movement of Sunni Islam formed in reaction to the Britain's colonization of India.
The fact that it is also considering expanding the visa-on-arrival facility to more airports across India is a revivalist tactic with value.
The book traces the Muslim Brotherhood from its early origins as a marginalized, countercultural revivalist organization through its emergence as major political player during Egypt's Arab Spring.
As a revivalist of the golden age of striptease, Charlotte Treuse is a crown jewel in the flourishing Pacific Northwest scene," a news release says.
This concise volume on eighteenth-century colonial intellectual history explores the friendship between Benjamin Franklin and revivalist preacher the Reverend Whitefield and, through their story, discusses major themes of the period including the influence of the Enlightenment on scientific thought, and the religious power of the Great Awakening.
7) A Taino revivalist version and application of the racist "one drop" rule utilized in the United States against African Americans has also been articulated on the internet.
He shows how these revivalist musicians studied, copied, and appropriated source recordings of 1930s and 1940s western swing music as well as included on their revivalist recordings such pioneers of the style as former Playboy fiddler and mandolinist Johnny Gimble, thus reinforcing notions of Texan authenticity.