Nuggets from Occult Invasion—Vital Distinctions: The Meaning of Terms |

Dave Hunt

Psychology has taught the world and the church to use language that is positive and inoffensive. In the desire for unity, be it political or religious, words are chosen (such as Colson and Bright used in their Templeton Prize acceptance speeches) which are acceptable to anyone because each person can attach his own meaning to them. Obviously, to arrive at an “agreement” when the parties hold diverse meanings for key words is to be deluded.