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WHAT DOES HOLY ROLLER MEAN IN ENGLISH?
"Holy Roller" is a term for some Christian churchgoers of the Methodist, Holiness, and Pentecostal traditions. The term is sometimes used derisively by those outside these denominations, as if to describe people literally rolling on the floor in an uncontrolled manner. However, those within these Wesleyan traditions have reclaimed it as a badge of honor; for example William Branham wrote: "And what the world calls today holy-roller, that's the way I worship Jesus Christ." Gospel singer Andrae Crouch stated, "They call us holy rollers, and what they say is true. But if they knew what we were rollin' about, they'd be rollin' too."...
The translations of Holy Roller from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «Holy Roller» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «HOLY ROLLER» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «Holy Roller» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «Holy Roller» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Holy Roller
2 QUOTES WITH «HOLY ROLLER»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word Holy Roller.
I've got a sister who races motorcycles and another sister who's a Holy Roller preacher.
I was lucky enough as a kid to spend most of my weekends at the Fillmore East. On a great night, that was like a Holy Roller evangelical church.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOLY ROLLER»
Discover the use of Holy Roller in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Holy Roller and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
HolyRoller: Growing up in the Church of Knock down, Drag ...
It is the prequel to Wilson’s first book, telling the story of the Texas childhood of a fierce little girl who will grow up to become An Unreasonable Woman, take on Big Industry, and win.
Diane Wilson, 2008
HolyRoller: Finding Redemption and the Holy Ghost in a ...
Was there a church in the most violent part of the city that prayed for addicts and got results? At The Body of Christ Assembly, a rundown church on an out-of-the-way street, Lyons found the story she was looking for.
Julie Lyons, 2009
Robert Panton. Holy Rollfir Robert Panton Holy Roller All Rights Reserved Cover
photo by US Department Title.
Robert Panton, 2013
Holy Rollers: Murder and Madness in Oregon's Love Cult
When Edmund Creffield and his "Holy Roller" religious cult made headlines in 1903, it was page one news - not just in the Pacific Northwest, but around the nation.
T McCracken, Robert B. Blodgett, 2002
Articles on San Diego Chargers, Including: HolyRoller ...
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Hephaestus Books, 2011
Oral Roberts: An American Life
269 Fighting the "Holy Roller" stereotype, Oral became an ambassador for the
pentecostal churches, repeatedly explaining to reporters that pentecostals were a
recent offshoot of mainstream Protestant churches (and that his own grandfather
David Edwin Harrell, Jr., 1985
Football For Dummies
The controversial play became known as the “Holy Roller.” Said Oakland guard
Gene Upshaw about the episode, “The play is in our playbook. It's called 'Win at
Any Cost.'” Whatever you want to call the play, the NFL made it illegal to advance
Howie Long, John Czarnecki, 2011
Mencken : The American Iconoclast: The American Iconoclast
Mencken dispatched a long account of the Holy Roller performance to the
Evening Sun. “Such is human existence among the fundamentalists, where
children are brought up on Genesis and sin is unknown,” he concluded. “I have
done my ...
Marion Elizabeth Rodgers, 2005
Open the Book: A Teacher's Guide to Captivating the Most ...
Some might remark, “Boy, that teacher is a holy roller; he reads the Bible. He
must be a Jesus freak, a fanatic!” A teacher's aide once asked me if I was a holyroller. I, in turn, asked this woman, “What is a holy roller?” She wanted to know if I
Lucian T. Durso, 2008
Vigilante newspapers: a tale of sex, religion, and murder in ...
The Holy Roller leader slumped to the ground, killed instantaneously. There were
no witnesses, save Maud, who shouted at Mitchell, “He never did you any wrong.
” Several men nearby heard the shot and hurried to the scene, but Mitchell ...
Gerald J. Baldasty, 2010
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HOLY ROLLER»
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The Raiders of the 70s would have been nightmares now.
As an extremely accurate quarterback with a knack for miraculous finishes (The Holy Roller Game, The Sea of Hands Game, The Ghost to the ... «Sports On Earth, Jul 15»
Snapp Shots: Raiders' Stabler deserves place in NFL Hall of Fame …
Some of the most famous plays in football history are Stabler touchdowns, including the Ghost to the Post, the Sea of Hands and the Holy Roller ... «San Jose Mercury News, Jul 15»
Side by side: If Namath's in Canton, why not Stabler?
Stabler was part of three unforgettable NFL plays: the “Sea of Hands,” “Ghost to the Post” and “Holy Roller.” And if not for the “Immaculate ... «Sacramento Bee, Jul 15»
Ten Thoughts on the NFL: Chicago Bears and beyond - Windy City …
The Ghost To The Post, The Holy Roller and The Sea Of Hands are some of the greatest moments in the history of the NFL and all three have ... «Windy City Gridiron, Jul 15»
Memorable plays during Raiders days puts Ken Stabler on doorstep …
A quarterback involved in 1970s Oakland Raiders plays so famous that they had names: "Sea of Hands," "Ghost to the Post" and "Holy Roller," ... «Newsday, Jul 15»
Tribute: Stabler was rare breed
Some of his more memorable plays had catchy monikers such as “Sea of Hands,” “Ghost to the Post”and “Holy Roller.” Stabler, a Super Bowl XI ... «Examiner Enterprise, Jul 15»
Stabler a one-of-a-kind QB from a memorable era
One more – remember the 'Holy Roller' play against San Diego? Stabler, about to be sacked on the game's final play, 'fumbled' and the ball ... «Shelby Star, Jul 15»
Your daily 6: A ticker tape parade and our first look at 'Watchman'
... plays in Raiders history, ones so well known they merited their own monikers: “Ghost to the Post,” “Sea of Hands” and the “Holy Roller.”. «STLtoday.com, Jul 15»
Stabler's Hall of Fame case is a strong one
He had the signature moments that also included his "Ghost to the Post" heave to Dave Casper and the "Holy Roller" against the San Diego ... «Santa Cruz Sentinel, Jul 15»
Joe Medley: Stabler made plays that grew nicknames
He scrambled to the last and fumbled the “Holy Roller” forward to beat the San Diego Chargers in 1978, resulting in an NFL rule change. «Anniston Star, Jul 15»
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