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Bible Thumper (Radio Version)

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  1. JoJonris
    Sep 28,  · Bible thumper (plural Bible thumpers) (derogatory) a Christian fundamentalist, or an over- zealous evangelical Christian. , J. Ashworth, “Old Ab'.”, in Strange Tales from Humble Life ‎ [1], Manchester: Tubbs and Brook, page
  2. Goltill
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  3. Goramar
    Bible Thumper to Athiest The book describes the author’s journey from being a ‘born again’ Christian street preacher to an atheist. It also includes over of the most thought provoking, mind-boggling questions to ask your vicar or gepicarlodigjucomlucofifasi.xyzinfo is unique in that it.
  4. Kagat
    Bible-thumper definition: an enthusiastic or aggressive exponent of the Bible | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  5. Kigajind
    Me! Me! Me! Me! Me! 1. A good christian/catholic person who lives by the rules of the bible and does not pick the parts of the bible that suit him/her the most. Is often ridiculed for the above. 2. What gay and non christian people call everyone who believes in what the bible says.
  6. Dotaxe
    A bible thumper knows those sections of the Bible which his (rarely her) sect take seriously. Some bible thumpers are dogmatic to hide secret insecurity while other bible thumpers are unable to see why their version of reality doesn't make sense and confident in their Delusions.
  7. Vudorn
    The following is a list of religious slurs or religious insults in the English language that are, or have been, used as insinuations or allegations about adherents of a given religion or to refer to them in a derogatory (critical or disrespectful), pejorative (disapproving or contemptuous), or insulting manner.
  8. Mikabar
    * If the thumper gives me permission, or if the topic is a big deal, and there are lots of people by the thumpage, I’ll attempt to correct their abuse, either by addressing the topic with more than verses and stale doctrine, or by talking about what actual conversation is like.

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