Definition of salvationism in US English:

salvationism

noun

  • See salvationist

    • ‘Methodism and Salvationism were born in revival, a revival concerned with saving sinners and making saints out of converts.’
    • ‘The pragmatic religious mind comes into its own in Protestantism, manipulating the divine to conform to its individualistic desires and its concern for utilitarian salvationism.’
    • ‘Universalism (or more precisely, universal salvationism) is supported by a certain body of scriptures such as "If I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all men to me."’

Pronunciation

salvationism

/-ˌnizəm/