Christine MacMillan, a Salvation Army leader, as the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) senior adviser for social justice.
What does EA stand for?
EA stands for Evangelical Alliance
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- Escrowed Authenticator (cryptography)
- Eskilstuna, City, Sweden
- Estate Analysis
- Estimated Average (projection)
- Eternal Arcadia (Japanese videogame)
- Ethan Allen
- Euclidian Algorithm
- Euro Area (various organizations)
- European Co-operation for Accreditation (European community bodies)
- Evaluation Authority
Samples in periodicals archive:
SIR - We have been somewhat surprised at Evangelical Alliance Wales's recent attempt to generate for itself some good press around collective worship, off the back of a British Humanist Association (BHA) petition launched over six months ago ("Bid to ban prayers at school assemblies gets furious response", March 27).
Coverage includes the evangelists' ideas about immigration during the American antebellum period; the impact of the non-Protestant immigration on American cities, politics, and education; the role of the Evangelical Alliance organization in recognizing and combating immigrant-related problems; and temperance and the evangelists' role in passage of a law against alcohol.
The World Council of Churches, the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, and the World Evangelical Alliance together "represent over 90 percent of the world's total Christian population," according to a statement from the evangelical alliance, which hailed the accord as the "first document of its kind in the history of the church.
Deborah Fikes, executive adviser to the World Evangelical Alliance, is one such leader.
ENI -- Christian Internet bloggers have received 10 commandments from Britain's Evangelical Alliance to help them avoid the danger of writing in haste what they might later regret at leisure.