A Guide to Christian Cliches and Phrases

Former evangelical Christian and Bible college attendee Daniel Florien has put together a list of common Christian clichés, along with translations of the real meaning behind them, along with “acceptable” and “unacceptable” responses to each.

(Via Pharyngula.)

"I don’t recall finding anything objectionable in yourarticle. (I actually even use the words “good” ..."

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