Gabbledrop – a technique used in preaching where the person speaks quickly, drops the error or heresy fast but continues speaking fast so that people do not register what they just received.
Word origin: Merging of “gabble” and “drop”.

Gaslight – mental abuse. manipulating someone by psychological means into doubting their own sanity. In sermon this is done through gabbledropping, wabbing or farfunfinkling.
Word origin: See Urban Doctionary or Wikipedia.

Generacketeer – a person who reads, thinks and speaks obsessively about generations. They may often refer to the church being a Joel Generation, Elijah Generation, Benjamin Generation, Joseph Generation, etc.
Word origin: Merging of “generation” and “racketeer”.

Gol-Blabber – someone, often a pastor or someone suffering from DQC, who can’t keep silent about his/her own imaginary Goliaths or other people’s imaginary Goliaths.

Gol-Stones – an imaginary stone that supposedly materializes in a particular form to slay someone’s personal Goliath.

Gol-Wind – a delusion that false pastors and teachers believe if they have the DQC. They will often see windmills, storms, football teams, enemies, mums and dads, relationship issues, debt or the next door neighbor’s ferret as Goliaths who need to be slayed.

Goonbag – the recognised head leader or pastor of alcawolics.
Word origin: From “goonbag” – Australian slang for the silver wine bag found in cheap cask wine. 

Gospel Nugget – the rare occasion when a false pastor/teacher will quickly, and without warning, preach part or all of the gospel message.  This is always done without explanation or expansion.

Grimhilde Syndrome – someone who is constantly speaking vain things about themselves into a mirror.
Word origin: Grimhilde is the name of the which that spoke vanities to her mirror from the Disney movie Snow White.

Gromple – a term describing any change request made by the leader/pastor that is niggling, insignificant, unnoticeable or completely unrealistic to completer, given the time allotted.
Word origin: See Urban Dictionary.

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