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'''Evangelist''' properly refers to a writer of [[Christian]] [[Gospel]] and is applied to the [[Apostle]]s [[Matthew]], [[Mark]], [[Luke]], and [[John]]. The term is now also commonly applied to Christians who actively [[witness]] to others with the aim of [[Conversion|converting]] them to the Christian faith.
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'''Evangelist''' properly refers to a writer of [[Christian]] [[Gospel]] and is applied to the [[Apostle]]s [[Matthew]], [[Mark]], [[Luke]], and [[John]]. The term is now also commonly applied to Christians who actively [[witness]] to others with the aim of [[Conversion|converting]] them to the Christian faith, commonly called "evangelizing".
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 03:20, 9 October 2018

Evangelist properly refers to a writer of Christian Gospel and is applied to the Apostles Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The term is now also commonly applied to Christians who actively witness to others with the aim of converting them to the Christian faith, commonly called "evangelizing".

See also