Christians aren’t supposed to lie, but that doesn’t mean they can’t pull your leg a little. Have you ever heard a Christian refer to Acts chapter 29? Try looking that chapter up in a Bible!
The Bible. Christians are known for reading it, preaching out of it, and sometimes thumping people with it. But did you ever think about actually *being* a Bible?
You might have heard of the Proverbs 31 woman. But did you know there is a Titus 2 woman too?
To “Matthew 18” someone isn’t exactly like beating them over the head with a Bible, but it’s kinda close. This term is about disciplinary action within a church.
It’s a common icebreaker question in Christian circles… “What’s your life verse?” But what exactly is that?
Has anyone ever recommended that you “read the red”? This is a Christianese way of saying you should read the things Jesus said in the New Testament, which are often printed in red ink. If you really get into reading the red, then who knows—you might be called a “red-letter Christian”!
You ever quote a Bible verse out of Second Hesitations, or First Opinions? How about from First Assumptions or Second Fleshalonians? Pro tip: none of these are actually books in the Bible!
It’s the buckle of the Bible belt, y’all. And the holes of the Bible belt too! Read on…
“No Bible, no breakfast!” That’s grade-A spiritual discipline right there. But is it truly possible to pray to God before that first cup of coffee? Read on…