George is a contributor to WORLD Radio. He is the pastor of Parish Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Franklin, Tenn., founder of Franklin Classical School, the Chalmers Fund, the King’s Meadow Study Center, and the author of more than 70 books.
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Exploring the realm of words with contradictory meanings
An ancient symbol of glory continues to remind Christians of God’s grace
A Christmas interjection draws our attention to the one worthy of awe
Mnemonic devices are repeated phrases that help us remember truth
Some of comedian Rich Hall’s “sniglets” may sound silly, but then, that’s the point
Authorisms by Milton, Shakespeare, Tyndale, and others still enrich the English language today
“Obsologisms” like “tickety-boo” and “gigglemug” are worth reviving
Commentator George Grant says some words and their opposites can be "discombobulating"