(v) to preach sardonically to strangers about their Christian responsibilities and misdeeds, often loudly, from a high foot traffic location that isn't particularly relevant for the expression of religion
As you're walking across the street from campus to the bookstore, you turn to your friend and say "See crazy old Preacher Bill on that street corner? He's there almost every day, trying to embiblify the world. Don't get too close, or he'll try to engage you for not following God's word."
作者 texasking 2010年9月12日

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