Fadical – a person (usually a pastor or leader) who militantly insists that the church needs to keep up with the latest slacktivism, fads, gimmicks, social justice issues or areas of relevancy.
Word origin: Merging of “fad” and “radical”.
Fallyputty – an argument, bio, advert or a body of text that is filled with fallacies.
Word origin: Merging of “fallacy” and “putty”.
Faminist – a type of teacher, a pest, that spreads the famine of God’s Word in God’s church.
Farfunfinkle – comedy or light-hearted flattery used to deceive people in a sermon. Usually the deception process starts with a joke, the deception is dropped and another joke follows so that people do not think about what they received. Otherwise the error is served as a “truth in gest”.
Felder – an imaginary office for female elders.
Word origin: Merging of “female” and “elder”.
Felterskelter – A church, group or movement that believes and follows the teachings of a heartyfarty.
Word origin: Merging of “felt” and “helterskelter”.
Feminutter – someone who defends or aggressively defends a feminutzi.
Word origin: Merging of “feminist” and “nutter”.
Feminutzi – a type of pastrix that viciously and aggressively insists women take hold of the pastoral office.
Word origin: Merging of “feminist” and “nut”.
Financial rape – deceit,
Financial rapist – one who commits or practices financial rape.
Flatterpuff – the beginning of a sermon or session where the guest speaker flatters the leadership, the listeners and the guest speakers in an attempt to be invited to the next event that church puts on.
Word origin: Merging of “flattery” and “puff”.
Fleader – An ordinary pastor/teacher who is not only known for teaching things contrary to scripture, but is also guilty of extorting lots of money out of his congregation to support his extravagant lifestyle.
Word origin: Merging of “flea” (a blood sucking parasite) and “leader”.
Fleeble – a type of pastor who runs away and hides when forced to name and shame heretics.
Fleece – a term used when a “pastor” rips off people financially by dishonest means.
Fleece-a-thon – a “Christian” program or event that emphatically emphasises people to give the minister or ministry money to see miracles unlocked in their lives.
Flickbuster – a type of sermon that preaches a sermon on a newly released movie but gives away the ending.
Flicksposé – a type of sermon that preaches a sermon that does a better job handling the movie script then handling the scriptures. A flicksposé may also be a flickbuster.
Word origin: Merging of “flick” and “expose”.
Fluffdom – a territory or sphere of operation that a particular pastor, prophet or church believes he/she or it has dominion over.
Word origin: Merging of “fluff” and “kingdom”.
Fluffecy – a type of false prophecy that is spoken so vaguely, ambiguously and mystically to a certain individual that everyone else hearing it thinks that the prophecy is for them.
Word origin: Merging of “fluff” and “prophecy”.
Follywander – where someone mindlessly or aimlessly “goes with the flow” and believes or teaches something that is not Christian.
Word origin: Merging of “folly” and “wonder”.
Frothlepump – that moment in a sermon where the preacher is so charged up they don’t know what to say or do and burst at the seams. (See Zamekio Jackson.)
Word origin: Merging of “froth”, and “pump”.
Führergesis – leadership eisegesis.
Führerprinzipanzy – a type of pastor who employs the fuhrerprinzip on their church and then allows their members to do all the social fighting on their behalf.
Word origin: Merging of “fuhrerprinzip”, and “panzy”.