- v convert to another faith or religion
- Felix Dennis in guardian.co.uk
Felix Dennis, the owner and chairman of Dennis Publishing, said: "The Week is perhaps the best-read magazine on the planet. Readers adore it, become addicted to it and proselytise about it to their friends. Its unique blend of information, opinion...
- Hazel Blears in The Christian Institute
But this money will, Mrs Blears said, only be available to groups "promising not to use public money to proselytise".
- Shlomo Amar in Ecumenical News International
Most importantly, the Jewish tradition does not proselytise and we look only to strengthen and unite our own fold. It is in that spirit that I hope to speak to them,Amar added.