As of late, I have made note of a plethora of instances in which the “Libtard Media” refer to “hate spewing hell bent on murder muslim clerics" as “preachers.” Indeed “Words in sheeps clothing” appear to be the order of the day. While the American public is slowly awakening from its “slumber” the “Libtard Media” is utilizing every subversive tactic to show “similarities “between Christianity and Islam. This is totally reprehensible and appalling. As a result, I would like to share with the American public the correct definition of the word “Preacher” as many in the “Libtard Media” apparently slept through their English classes during their tenure in journalism. On a personal note, my father was an English teacher who taught Americans English and I have a Masters as well.
Preacher 1. A person who has the calling and function of preaching the Christian Gospel, esp a Protestant clergyman 2. A person who preaches.
Source: © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins
Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012. Word Origin: 1200, from Old French preecheor "preacher" (Modern French prêcheur), from Latin praedicatorem (nominative praedicator) "public praiser, eulogist," literally "proclaimer" (see preach ).
Slang short form preach (n.) is recorded by 1968, American English.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Preach: 1. To make a speech about religion in a church or other public place. To deliver a sermon. To clarify things, I will even go so far as to define the word “Sermon” Sermon. 1. A religious discourse delivered in public usually by a clergyman as a part of a worship service 2. A speech on conduct or duty.
The most famous sermon on the planet and the history of mankind and Christianity as well as Messianic Judaism was “The Sermon on the Mount” by none other than Yeshua/aka Jesus Christ whom Christianity is named after as a faith as well as a religion. The “Gospel of Jesus Christ” was preached by his apostles and followers, who of course are now being beheaded by the Muslims. .
It is pathetic when misled and uneducated media take it upon themselves attempts to be “politically correct” and try to “gel” terms that deceive the masses into believing that all religions are the same. No, all religions are not the same, nor the terms referring to their respective offices be referred to as such. The verbiage such as “Preach” “Preacher” and “Sermon” are intrinsically “Christian” terms and as such must be reserved for utilization when referencing those of the Christian faith, not the Muslim faith.