What does ‘Timotheist’ mean?
‘Timotheist’ is a word derived from the Greek name ‘Timotheo,’ which means ‘God’s honour.’ The founder of this blog, whose given name is Timothy, was profoundly affected in his younger years when his father narrated his Dedication story as a baby.
The preacher presiding over the occasion spoke over him and said that in a godless society, he would grow up to honour God and to be honoured by God. The preacher named him Timothy, and it became his official name. Timothy has grown up to become a vocal Christian in this day and age, when God’s honour is severely besmirched with evil and apostasy. Bearing a deep sense of the conviction that he was born for such a time as this, his ‘alma mata’ has become the passionate and emphatic rediscovery of Ecclesiastes 12:13; the chief end of man is the glory of God.
A ‘Timotheist’ can be an umbrella term for anyone who continues to honour God in their private lives and who passionately defend God’s cause in their public lives.
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