Saturday, July 17, 2004

What's in an ATI word?
I was never called a rebel until I started attending ATI events.  And I never understood why.  So for your benefit, we unveil What's in an ATI word?, a feature which will unpack and clarify those difficult terms we heard so often.
 
"rebel"
noun, reb-el (reb' el)
 
1. Anyone of whom we disapprove, we being the leadership.  Application of label is used to manipulate the labeled. 
2. You (see above).
3. A person in obvious sin.
4. A person in non-obvious sin.
5. A person who verbalizes disagreement with the rules.
6. Anyone for whom being sent home is a distinct possibility.

1 Comments:

Blogger kkjsmom said...

Interesting. You know at our old church we were considered the top of the line... really committed Christians, but then we started going to a predominently ATI-church and felt like bottom-feeders... worldly Christians who watched tv and saw movies, we even wore BLUE JEANS!! I wish we knew then what we know now.

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