"Bless your heart" --- All-purpose phrase that can mean many things, most of them bad. Especially handy when speaking to or about a nonbeliever. When the nonbeliever identifies him- or herself as a nonbeliever, you say, "Bless your heart." Which means, "Bless your heart, because you are going to hell." "I'll pray for you" --- "You are going to Hell." "Hate the sin, not the sinner" --- This is what you say about a non-Christian person you disapprove of. ... It's nice, because it lets you get out your hate but still sound Christian. What it means is: "I hate the sin, and the sinner." Family values --- As in, "I believe in family values." This can mean a variety of things. For example: "I don't like to pay taxes for government services." "I'm afraid of homosexuals." "I'm afraid of black people." "I'm afraid of foreigners." "I believe Rush just had a bad-back problem." "I think the fifties was the best time in U.S. history." "I'm white." Evolution --- Absurd theory that holds that the earth is over six thousand years old. "God bless America" --- "My political speech is over."