Just as the commercial market is full of lofty promises and glossed over particulars, so it is with the marketplace of ideas. Too often the church itself resorts to catchphrases and slogans, to elementary truths over spiritually mature ones, to rhetoric over reason, and concise responses instead of complete answers. The danger of this is that the church may become nothing more than a peddler of platitudes and its followers may become disillusioned. This book aims to help uncover the real deal behind common Christian bywords, and the real truth underlining prevalent Christian truisms, in the hope that we might know God better, and discover the richness and fullness that is in Christianity. The son of full-time missionaries to Japan, Nathan Shane Miller is the beneficiary of sixteen years of private Christian education culminating with a degree from Biola University in Film, Television, and Radio with a Minor in Bible. He currently serves as the Director of Media for Tulare Community Church and teaches Christian apologetics.