In this insightful and helpful piece Gary Gilley writes:

You might recall that, when Alice was conversing with Humpty Dumpty, she rebuked him for misusing words. Humpty replied, “When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” Alice protested, asking if he could really make words mean different things, to which Humpty answered, “The question is, which is to be the master—that is all.”

This approach to words and their meanings has been common among theological liberals and cultists for years. Visit the worship service of any liberal church and most likely you will hear much that seems to define and frame orthodox biblical truth. Listen more carefully and you will soon realize that the words and phrases have been infused with new meaning. They have, if I could make up my own word, been humptified.

There is nothing novel or unusual about this in liberal or cultic circles, but we expect more of those who claim to be evangelicals such as Robert Schuller…

You can read the rest of Gilley’s article here.