Definition of "charismatics" [charismatics]

  • Plural form of charismatic. (noun)

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Use "charismatics" in a sentence
  • "What chiefly seems to distinguish Jesus from other Jewish charismatics is the intensity of what has been called his Abba experience, an experience that perhaps lies at the heart of his sense of authority."
  • "One of my favourite authors is Tom Smail, who is a charismatic and big on calling charismatics back to focus on the cross/gospel."
  • "Pentecostals or "charismatics" believe that the Holy Spirit can touch believers directly through spiritual gifts, such as speaking in tongues, divine healings, casting out demons and the ability to prophesy."