Today I was reading from The Moody Handbook of Theology (2008), When I came across the following comment on Romans 10:9: "Confessing of Christ as Lord identifies Christ as deity; the issue is not concerning His lordship" (p. 343). For the life of me, I cannot find myself accepting this definition of the Greek kyrios, which is behind “Lord.” What then does Jesus mean in Luke 6:46? “Why do you call me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say? (TNIV) Should we read this verse instead as: “Why do you call me, ‘Deity, Deity, and do not what I say?” This simply will not work. Notice the issue is about a person’s life not lining up with their profession of kyrios, kyrios, “Lord, Lord.” Jesus says that to confess him as “Lord” means recognizing his lordship and doing what he says. But once again bad theology wishes to trump common sense reading—for lack of a better expression.