1. To evangelize or otherwise market Christianity so poorly that the audience (the "devangelized") become hostile or indifferent toward the Church.

2. To present an anti-evangelical message to an evangelical audience.

3. To become less and less interested in evangelical Christianity.
1. The door-to-door evangelism team did a great job devangelizing the neighborhood.

2. The postmodern hipster tried to devangelize his legalistic parents.

3. Paul began to devangelize as he discovered deep-rooted problems in his church.
by Philip Cain May 03, 2008

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