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Here are some of coinages with words that have too many religious connotations or have been cliche words of secularism. There are idioms, epithets and metonyms.
Electric chair as a metonymy
Electric chair is a metonymy for death.
He sat on the electric chair.
A figurative use:
You have no regard for my feelings; you treat me like an electric chair.
Religion as an apothegm of Structuralism
Religion is a curious conundrum for a piling up signifieds with empty signifiers.
Jihad as in Idiom
Jihad is an idiom for intolerance, violence, hatred, brutality, terror and murder and there is nothing holy about it.
The terrorists who spread Jihad are ignorant and moronic.
The Jihadists want to create a Jihadocaust (Jihad and Holocaust) in the World.
The crashing the twin towers of America by planes was a Jihadocaust.
Last supper is an idiom meaning an event before Death
After taking his last supper, he collapsed on the floor with a hemorrhage.
I don’t relish the idea of having my last supper.
Allah as an Idiom
Allah is an idiom meaning sovereign or supreme or the All in All.
Warren Buffet is the Allah of the stock market.
The Ambani’s are the industrial Allah’s of India.
Even though he is a nobody, he thinks himself to be an Allah.
Bill Gates was the Allah of Micro Soft.
Tony Fernandez is the Allah of Air Asia.
Baptized in the Holy Spirit as an idiom.
Baptized in the Holy Spirit can be secularized into an idiom meaning a remarkable improvement of a person’s economic or monetary condition after period of slump or depression.
When the industry started, he became baptized in the Holy Spirit.
Privatization and Globalization can be a Baptism of The Holy Spirit for Some but definitely not for the Greeks who are facing serious financial crises.
Gun Shot and Shoot as idioms
Gun Shot and Shoot are two idioms commonly in used in slang Malayalam (Malayalam is spoken by the people from Kerala.)
Gun Shot means a prostitute and shoot means to have sexual intercourse.
During his sojourn abroad he shoots within the privacy of four walls.
When I was in Jakarta and while strolling through city at night, I found a lot of gun shots on the road waiting to be picked up by eager clients.
Demochiatry as a neologism
Demochiatry has been coined from Psychiatry and Democracy. Psychiatry has to shift from a fascist male gaze to a democracy of the human mind.
Dialogic as an apothegm
The World of Democracy not the Word has to become dialogic.
Most psychiatrists are Mother Fucking Sons of Bitches. They are cruel, authoritative, confiscatory and brutal.
Psychiatry as a discourse in apothegms
The discourse of the Psychiatric clinic is authoritarian, fascist, destructive, coercive—destructing the democracy of the patient.
The Gaze of the Clinic annihilates the democracy of the patient.
I hate you bastard when all you can do is gaze at me clinically and make my submissive to your discourse.
The Twin Towers
Twin Towers can become an idiom meaning something that’s destined to doom or destruction.
It will become a twin towers for money launderers with Government of India tightening its reigns on Money Laundering,