December 4, 2022

Category: Biblical word definitions

apologetics, Bible, Biblical word definitions, Christian, conversation, discipleship, evangelism, faith, kingdom of God, KJV, understanding, wisdom

An Urologist’s Principle You Can Use in Communicating Christ

While I was assisting in an urology procedure, the type where the patient wants to be knocked out and hopes he is unknown by staff, the doctor explained his patient communication method. His “technique” was his vocabulary, the type that would make great grandma Elsa blush in embarrassment. Very easy to understand terms – crude. […]

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apologetics, Bible, Biblical word definitions, faith, reason

Gangster Grandma

Grandma Someone’s grandma is shuffling down the street about to cross that busy road. Being the generous self that you are, you slowly walk next to her, making sure she arrives safe on the other side. She thanks you and starts into a sob story of her life and her poverty. You are moved with […]

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Bible, Biblical word definitions, casual, Christian, discipleship

Casual or Carnal?

What does casual mean? Yes, this word does have an objective definition. However, it seems that this word also has a subjective application per diverse peoples and cultures. In other words, how people perceive it is relative to ones opinions and culture, much like the words “moderation”, “warm”, “appropriate” or “a lot”. It’s relative to […]

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Thou Shalt Be Strange
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Thou Shalt Be Strange

Are Christians supposed to be “peculiar people?” At first blush this might seem true, and it is in some ways (1). However, it is false if one means that we have to be “strange”,  “weird”, or “peculiar.” Biblical exegesis seems to be the issue here, the Bible passages are being confused on who is doing […]

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