Or the Deity's only son.
This is it. Took me a while to figure out what she was talking about, because she was talking about "swearing" in a way I assumed was more "profanity" than "taking the Lord's name in vain."
Off-topic for a moment: I knew someone who bought mainstream DVDs to stock a "family" rental store. He would send them to a company that would edit out the non-family-friendly portions (swearing, nudity, violence) and send back the revised copy. I overheard him saying once that when he pre-screened Jersey Girl after its Bowdlerization (not that he used the term), it was choppy and incoherent, and still not family-friendly.
I said,"You tried cleaning up a Kevin Smith movie? When he's not being profane, he's being obscene or scatological!"
The guy blinked at me. "Aren't profane and obscene the same thing?"
So I explained that, in broad terms, profane referred to the disrespect of the sacred, obscene referred to indecency, and scatological referred to excrement.
So he said "I learned two things today. Profane and obscene aren't the same thing, and I should stay away from Kevin Smith movies."