Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Word for the Day

My reading this week has brought an interesting and unforgettable word across my path. I share it with you:

per‧spi‧ca‧cious [pur-spi-kay-shuhs] – adjective
1. having keen mental perception and understanding; discerning: to exhibit perspicacious judgment.
2. Archaic. having keen vision.

In a sentence: "The world should know Christians to be both perspicacious and principled people."

2 comments:

Michael Mewborn said...

Great word Anthony! As we make contact with unbelievers and believers, they should see our distinct lives and actions and our discerning and caring hearts. Semper Reformanda!

John said...

I was hoping you would do this again. Your last one has been very useful. It seems like the word cavil is found on every 2 or 3 pages of Calvin's commentary!