[nee-oh-awr-thuh-dok-see] /ˌni oʊˈɔr θəˌdɒk si/
a movement in Protestant theology, beginning after World War I, stressing the absolute sovereignty of God and chiefly characterized by a reaction against liberal theology and a reaffirmation of certain doctrines of the Reformation.
a movement in 20th-century Protestantism, reasserting certain older traditional Christian doctrines
[nee-oh-pal-ee-uh m] /ˌni oʊˈpæl i əm/ noun, plural neopallia [nee-oh-pal-ee-uh] /ˌni oʊˈpæl i ə/ (Show IPA), neopalliums. 1. . neopallium ne·o·pal·li·um (nē’ō-pāl’ē-əm) n. pl ne·o·pal·li·ums or ne·o·pal·li·a (-pāl’ē-ə) See isocortex.
[nee-oh-pen-ti-kaws-tl, -kos-] /ˌni oʊˌpɛn tɪˈkɔs tl, -ˈkɒs-/ adjective 1. (def 2). noun 2. a member of a or neo-Pentecostal movement.
/ˌniːəʊˈfɪlɪə/ noun 1. a tendency to like anything new; love of novelty /nee”oh-fil”-ee-*/ The trait of being excited and pleased by novelty. Common among most hackers, SF fans, and members of several other connected leading-edge subcultures, including the pro-technology “Whole Earth” wing of the ecology movement, space activists, many members of Mensa, and the Discordian/neo-pagan […]
noun one who loves new things, novelty