Calvinists and Arminians have been playing tug-of-war for centuries. Well, I have found some folks who are trying to walk the tightrope between the two sides. Do you know about calvarminians and armalvinists? They believe in calminianism and arminocalvinism.
Ever wonder where the term “televangelism” actually originated? Wonder no longer! It was coined in the fall of 1958 by the Southern Baptist Convention as the name of a TV show.
When you share your testimony and you end up talking about yourself more than about God, it’s called a “bragimony.”
I’ve spoken before about theologeeks and Methodorks. Now meet their lunch-buddy the liturginerd.
Like any other community, the Christian church has its fair share of geeks and dorks. Learn about two such beloved personalities: Methodorks and theologeeks.
More “blended denominations”! In the last 50 years, Christians have felt more and more free to move between denominations. Sometimes these folks make up new denomination names to describe their colorful church background!
Do you remember when you first heard the word “narthex” and wondered what on earth it was? If you think that’s a strange word for part of a church building, how about the even more unusual words “sanctinasium” and “gymuary”?
Sometimes the coolest blessings are the ones you don’t even pray for. Do you keep track of the Godincidences (or God-instances) and God winks that happen to you?
The church that the Simpsons attend is “The Western Branch of American Reform Presbylutheranism.” Presbylutherans are a product of Matt Groenig’s imagination, as far as I know. But fundagelicals, evangecostals, and presbycostals are totally not make-believe.
What do you call a missionary who thinks he’s on vacation? A vacationary!