Top Definition
Defacing property, usually the walls and pillars of underpasses, with an evangelistic message, such as "Jesus Saves" or "WWJD", usually done in graffiti form using spray paint.
"That bridge has been completely evandalized."
"Evandalism is much more common in inner city areas."
Por Christopher R. 26 de abril de 2008
Vandalizing public property, from a bridge to something as petty as a road sign. Extremists will scrawl an evangelistic message, for example "Jesus Saves" or "I love Christ", usually done in graffiti form using spray paint.
Meant to look charming and obedient to 'god, it's really only a childish shout, an attempt to shame people who do not believe in their god.
There are people out there that spring out of bed early in the morning, not to work or improve their life... but with an agenda to indoctrinate as many other people they can to their nutty club house.
"Some tweaker has evandalized the road signs."

"Evandalism is much more common in cities where people just enjoy being human."
Por BluntHonesty 26 de diciembre de 2015
Vandalism for the sake of the spread of the gospel of Jesus Christ
"Got any paint? Gonna go do some evandalism"
Por fanatik 25 de agosto de 2014

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