So one of my homiletical idiosyncrasies is apparently the making up of words. One of our ladies even keeps a log of the words I use in sermons that she deems "Jared originals." She plans to make a little booklet someday. (I hope it will just be a little booklet!) Last week she took issue with three words, two of which I argued were actual words, all three of which turns out are. They were radicality, salvific, and doxological. That last one I was especially peeved that she would challenge :-), and I was willing to trade radicality's made-up-ness for doxological's legitimacy until it turned out radicality is an actual word too.
Others have not carried such veracity. From past sermons, they include:
And the one people seem to remember the most, for which I've taken the most ribbing:
A favorite from last Sunday's sermon: