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Too often, we use words without realizing their power to shape how we understand the world around us, an especially dangerous practice when we conflate the world’s definitions and God’s. 

In American culture, where not even churchgoers open their Bibles daily, the world easily hijacks the worldview of someone who subscribes to its transitory conjectures. In The Christian’s Dictionary, I contrast the world's one-dimensional use of eight terms: fear, love, judgment, acceptance, affirmation, tolerance, toxic, and -phobic with the full picture God created when he invented the first three words and his correct opinion on the world’s usage of the last five words. I make the argument that anyone who has allowed God to be their Lord and Savior must scrap the world’s conjectures and put on God’s created worldview in order to love others biblically.

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