in the dictionary
noun \ˈziŋ-ər\
: a quick and clever comment that
criticizes or insults someone
Zingers of the world and from the world {some Christian in name only can be "of the
world" in the sense of the little epistle of I John} are quick and clever with both the
creativity of human wisdom and the devices of Satan.  They are comments that criticize
the faith of most Christians in the real body of Christ now on earth, those members on
earth of "the church of the firstborn written in heaven"  (Hebrews 12:23).  They insult the
Bible and "the faith once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3); however as individuals
made in the image of God they deserve answers from Holy Zingers of the Holy Bible--that
is the province of Christian Apologetics and the Philosophy of Religion with a little
common horse sense, that is stable thinking!