Category:Open-air preaching

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English: Open air preaching is the act of preaching to people in public places, primarily on the street corner where there is a crowd of people. It is also done on college campuses by students, and in parks and other public areas where there is a crowd. It is the most traditional way of preaching a religious or social message, and has been used by many cultures and religious traditions but is usually associated with Christian fundamentalism or evangelicalism.
Open-air preaching 
Public proselytization of a religious message to crowds of people in open places
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野外佈道 (zh-hant); 野外説教 (ja); 野外佈道 (zh-hk); Kotbah terbuka (id); 野外布道 (zh-hans); 野外布道 (zh); Open-air preaching (en) Public proselytization of a religious message to crowds of people in open places (en) public preaching, street preaching (en); 路傍伝道 (ja)

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