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  • Submitted: Aug 21 2017 12:56 PM
  • Last Updated: Aug 21 2017 01:01 PM
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  • Author: Dr. Fred R. Lybrand
  • theWord Version: 3.x - 4.x
  • Tab Name: Lordship Sanctification
  • Suggest New Tag:: "Lordship Sancitification", Lordship, Salvation
  • Module Identifier: Lordship Sanctification - Dr. Fred R. Lybrand.gbk.twm

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Soteriology (Salvation) Systematic Theology

Author:
Dr. Fred R. Lybrand

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Lordship Sanctification

Suggest New Tag::
"Lordship Sancitification", Lordship, Salvation

Module Identifier:
Lordship Sanctification - Dr. Fred R. Lybrand.gbk.twm

Have you ever noticed how busy everyone is with getting words just right? It turns out to be more than political correctness, it is really an issue of communication. You may not have thought about it this way, but language is actually the most 'democratic' thing on the planet. The use of words actually determines their meanings; and, of course, the use of words in a particular context determines THAT meaning. If I tell you I love my wife, my dog, and my Kindle, then surely you can make out the different nuances.

More to our common faith, it has become a recent trend to refer to oneself as a “Christ-

Follower” rather than a Christian. The reason for this shift is that the word 'Christian' has fallen on hard time and doesn't communicate the right meaning internationally or practically. 'Fundamentalist' (in the faith) has fallen under the same spell of disrepute because it has been associated with certain militaristic 'Christian' sub-strata, as well as 'Islamic Fundamentalism'. So do we change words or keep working on the proper use of the terms? Democrats and Republicans have been two groups whose names have fallen on hard times in the back-and-forth nature of popularity. They just keep working at redefining their name.



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