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LAUSANNE COVENANT
LAUSANNE COMMITTEE
LAUSANNE MOVEMENT
EVANGELICALS
WORLD
JESUS CHRIST
FRAMER
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Definitions

  1. The Lausanne Covenant is a creedal statement drafted in 1974 by an international gathering of 2,750 Christian leaders from 150 countries.
  2. The Lausanne Covenant is a 3,000-word document that was written and signed by 2,300 of the attendees of the 1974 Lausanne Congress.
  3. The Lausanne Covenant is a 1974 Christian religious manifesto promoting active world-wide Christian evangelism. (Web site)

Lausanne Covenant

  1. We affirm our continuing commitment to the Lausanne Covenant as the basis of our cooperation in the Lausanne movement. (Web site)
  2. Generous Giving does not regard the Lausanne Covenant or any other man-written creed as necessary or sufficient for salvation.
  3. The Maclellan Foundation does not regard the Lausanne Covenant or any other man-written creed as necessary or sufficient for salvation.
  4. Stott acted as chair of the drafting committee for the Lausanne Covenant, a significant milestone in the evangelical movement. (Web site)
  5. John Stott acted as chair of the drafting committee for the Lausanne Covenant, a significant milestone in the evangelical movement.

Lausanne Committee

  1. The text of the Lausanne Covenant is taken from official editions printed by the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. (Web site)

Lausanne Movement

  1. We affirm our continuing commitment to the Lausanne Covenant as the basis of our cooperation in the Lausanne movement. (Web site)

Evangelicals

  1. The Lausanne Covenant continues to be the doctrinal position to which most Evangelicals adhere.

World

  1. The contents of the Lausanne Covenant were agreed upon by approximately 2,300 people, representing 150 nations from all over the world. (Web site)

Jesus Christ

  1. Since 1974, the Lausanne Covenant has challenged Christians to work together to make Jesus Christ known throughout the world.

Framer

  1. He was the framer of the Lausanne Covenant, a crucial organizing document for modern evangelicalism.

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  1. Evangelical Movement
  2. Significant Milestone
  3. Stott
  4. Framer
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