Category Archives: Christianity

What Do You Do With Young Folks?

Ignore them . . . and they will likely go away. Some return in later years to love the Lord, but most drift through life toward perdition.

Entertain them . . . and we will produce a group that stays long enough to empty the punch bowl and clean up the sandwich tray. Continue reading

Genericided Christianity

By becoming too well-known a product can lose its distinctiveness. The Trademark Association calls this problem “genericide.” Marlin Connelly gives some examples:

*All facial tissue is called “Kleenex;”

*Any gelatin dessert is “jello,”

*Any clear, sticky tape is “scotch tape,”

*Any carbonated drink is a “coke,”

*Any adhesive bandage is a “band-aid.”

This has happened to the words “Christian” and “Christianity.” Continue reading