1. hit-and-run evangelism, drive-by evangelism, tract-bombing -
drive-by evangelism n. A derogatory term for evangelistic encounters that are brief and abrupt and are considered to be ineffective for convincing people to convert to Christianity.
2. Jerusalem Slim
Jerusalem Slim n. [a nickname for Jesus patterned after the nicknaming conventions of hobos; Jerusalem ‘a city frequented by Jesus’ + Slim ‘an allusion to Jesus’s supposed slight frame due to his itinerant lifestyle’] ‹U.S. streets› Jesus Christ; a nickname for Jesus used by hobos, particularly those who were members or supporters of the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.), a large labor union.
3. life verse
4. Two-Thirds World
Two-Thirds World n. [by partial analogy with Third World ‘the developing nations of the world’] The geographical area comprising Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Oceania; this area as a locus of missionary work; this area as home to the majority of the world’s Christians and to the majority of the world’s population; the developing nations of the world (historically known as the Third World).
5. popcorn prayer
6. rice Christian
Rice Christian is a literal translation of the Portuguese expression Christianos de arroz, which was an insult coined by local non-Christians in Portuguese-influenced areas of East Asia, specifically India and Macao who saw that the poorest and lowest members of society (such as the caste-less people called pariahs) were making professions of faith for the sake of the rice handed out by the missionaries. The Portuguese Roman Catholic missionaries operated in India and Southeast Asia from the early-16th century to the mid-17th century, so the term was likely coined during that period.
7. sinner’s prayer
9. unclaimed blessing
Whiskeypalian n. Also: Whiskypalian; e-whiskey-palian. [whisk(e)y + Episcopalian] or [Episcopalian + whisk(e)y + Episcopalian] A playful but potentially offensive nickname for an Episcopalian. The pun references the supposed permissive attitude toward alcohol among Episcopalians. The term is used by Episcopalians as well as by other Christians.
11. bachelor till the rapture
bachelor till the rapture n. Also bachelor ’til the rapture. [bachelor half-rhymes with rapture] Sometimes abbreviated BTR. A Christian man who thinks he is unlikely to ever marry or who plans to remain celibate. The term is often used ironically or humorously.
12. denominational mutt
denominational mutt n. Also multi-denominational mutt. A Christian who has attended churches from multiple denominations; a Christian who attends churches of multiple denominations.
13. doubled eggs
doubled eggs n. [deliberate mispronunciation of deviled in deviled eggs as doubled]Euphemism for the food widely known as deviled eggs; the euphemism omits the perceived reference to the devil. See additional information at *angel eggs.
14. Facebook fast
Facebook fast n. A fast, usually for a set period of time such as Lent, from the use of Facebook and possibly other social websites.
15. arrow prayer