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proselytism. 1. the act of becoming or the condition of being a convert to an opinion, political party, or religious group. 2. an active policy of inviting or persuading converts, especially to a religious position. — proselyte, n. — proselyter, proselytist, n. — proselytize, v. — proselytistic, adj. See also: Convert.What does proselyting mean?
pros·e·ly·tize. (prŏs′ə-lĭ-tīz′) v. pros·e·ly·tized, pros·e·ly·tiz·ing, pros·e·ly·tiz·es. v.intr. 1. To attempt to convert someone to one's own religious faith. 2. To attempt to persuade someone to join one's own political party or to espouse one's doctrine. v.tr.What does proselyte mean?
Proselyte. Proselyte. A convert. In the Scriptures, this refers to one who embraced Judaism, which in the case of a male involved getting circumcised. — Mt 23:15; Ac 13:43. Previous.