Onus-ipedia dictionary of religious terms
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Angel, [eyn-juhl] noun- 1) A heavenly being whose naked silhouette is often seen on the backs of low rider vehicles in opposition to naked devil women.
apocalypse, [uh-pok-uh-lips] Noun- 1) an event which is commonly depicted as a catastrophic global infestation of the undead.
Baptism, [bap-tiz-uhm] noun- 1) The only time that the priest gets to hold a member of his congregation under water for ten seconds, which is the real act of faith.
Conservative, [kuhn-sur-vuh-tiv] adjective- 1) Emphasise on the need for the retention of moral values in socioty. 2) An ideology which is congruent with God's. noun- 3) A saint, comprable to biblical apostles.
Cross, Noun- 1) A symbol commonly worn by the Christian community which expresses their beliefs in the crucifixion of Jesus. 2) a form of protection against sin. Big, plastic, fake boobies, slutty, slutty sin......
Now stop staring.
Easter [ee-ster] noun-A tradition commonly held by the Christian community commemorating the day that an egg laying bunny rabbit was crucified by the ancient Romans. 2) A cover up for some pagan holiday. 3) Look, I don't give a crap what you think, Jesus rose from the dead so kiss my butt.
God noun- 1) The good guy.
Grace. [greys] verb- 1) The fact that you don't deserve to get into heaven but God's going to let you in anyway.
Heaven, [hev-uhn] noun- 1) the final resting place of the departed spirits of devout Christians, other people who are basically good but don't believe in Jesus get to be their bathroom attendants
Hell, noun- 1) The final resting place of all liberals
Hypocrite, [hip-uh-krit] noun- 1) one who's life is in opposition to his or her beliefs. 3) crazed maniacs who go around yelling at you and telling you what to do all the time, but never can do themselves. 3) Military drill instructors. 4) My boss.
Judgment, [juhj-muh nt] Noun, 1) An event which takes place when God has randomly picked several people of conflicting religious denominations to gather together to point out why the other is going to Hell. 2) The thought that one is the ultimate authority on the bible, thus assuming that no one else knows how to read.
Personal revelation, Noun- 1) The belief that all truths are revealed to the individual, thus making everyone else wrong about every form of thought wether it be religious, philosophical, scientific, or social. 2) Based on scientific fact only one person can receive personal revelations at a time, that person being me.
Satan noun- 1) The bad guy.
Saved, verb- 1) The preconceived notion that one has already received a free ticket to heaven.
So-called Christian, Noun- 1) One who's beliefs in a Messiah are inconsistent with the mainstream ideology of traditional Christian orthodoxy. 2) Someone who's religious practices are viewed by mainstream Christianity as being unworthy of being a real Christian. 3) Me
Sodomy, Adjective- 1) Ewwwwwwww.....
Tribulation, [trib-yuh-ley-shuhn] noun- 1) Hardship-There are commonly three sets of beliefs concerning the tribulation and the rapture, that being; Pre-, Mid-, and Post- tribulation raptures however none of these methods of thought have anything to do with the eternal salvation of Mankind.
Witnessing, Adjective- 1) The act of lovingly declaring to others their fate of eternal hellfire. note- This particular practice is commonly expressed by fanatics to people who according to biblical standards are not in any such danger.
Adam, [ad-uhm] 1) The one formed from out of the ground. 2) The first man ever, and don't give me any junk about cavemen.
David, [dey-vid] 1) The prophet who killed Goliath. 2) For some reason a lot of people like to mold naked sculptures of him. Come on, It couldn't have been that small!!
Elijah [ih-lahy-juh] 1) Elijah may have been overly sensitive about his male pattern baldness as he sent some she bears to kill 42 children who were making cracks about it. 2) On another topic he was much like the the peanuts character "Linus", Elijah had a really cool blanket, (mantel) that could part water. 3) Unlike Linus, Elijah gave his blanket to his successor Elisha, and we all know Linus would never be capable of parting with his beloved blanket. Hence Elijah was a great prophet, while Linus was merely a loveable character in a Jim Schultz cartoon.
Ezekiel [ih-zee-kee-uhl] 1) Had several visions which if we didn't know any better one might assume that he came into contact with some powerful psychadellic drugs 2) The biblical prophet who ran around naked for several years.
John [jon] "the revelator" 1) John wrote four books in the new testament, the last one being the book of revelations where God shows him hands down the craziest stuff ever conceived in the history of crazy visions. I wonder if he cried himself to sleep every night for the rest of his life after seeing that stuff.
Moses [moh-zis] 1) The great law giver 2) Star of the film, "the ten commandments." 3) If you get to heaven and he doesn't look like Charelton Heston it is most likely an imposter.
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