Newly coined religious expressions / neologisms!
Circumscribe: Circumcision applied to the Jewish order of scribes.
Protestantism: An ecological movement founded by the Greek God, Proteus.
The “Rappture”: Musical gathering featuring recent songs mostly by black artists.
Excommunicate: When a spouse calls up his former wife (husband).
Purgatory: School for people with eating disorders.
Ninevites: A biblical baseball team of nine players.
Hyssop: What you say to children to make them quiet down.
Transcendentalism: Beyond the need for work on one’s teeth.
Supererogation: Excessive irrigation of the ears in order to improve hearing.
OOOOOHHHHMMMMM: The chant of devotes when eating a fudge sunday.
Order for the Blessing of a Cemetery: A ceremony for grave matters.
Conversion: The opposite of the pro version of an issue.
Hosea: How a revivalist sings, i.e., “Hosea can you seea by the dawn’s…”
Fast: The way some people want to get to heaven.
Monotheism: A theology with bad blood.
Orthodox: Physicians who deal with skeletal problems.
Fundamentalism: Money for research on brain activity
Vestments: One way to tie up y’alls money.
Horeb: Friendly greeting extended to a Confederate soldier.
Myth: How a person with a lisp addresses a woman, e.g., “Myth Davith, would…”
Monism: Groaning brought on by reading too many neologisms.