It turns out that BAMF, or anything you like, is OK to say.
A reader alerted me to Cooper’s new teaching on what defines profanity.
Profanity is no longer a list of words to not say… RATHER, there is a way to use your words that makes much of God in all you are saying or doing. Any other talk, BY DEFINITION, is PROFANITY.
on a secondary note- there is another definition of ‘profane’… that is, ‘common or base’…. so one uses profanity when you use a word so much it loses it’s meaning… you have literally profaned the word. So again, by definition, profanity has much more to do with the speaker of the words rather than the words themselves…
It’s not about what you say; it’s about your intentions. So long as you’re talking about God, go ahead and peel the paint.