That is an interesting response. Ideas are the subjective evocation of objective facts and can only be expressed in words and terms. Terms form the basis of statements which in turn form arguments. They are essential to ensure that arguments do not become quarrels.
The use of precise terms accomplishes exactly the opposite of muddying the issues. It illuminates the discussion by ensuring that ideas are clearly articulated and than innuendo and the unintended do not make communication impossible. Since Protestantism places so much emphasis on the written word, it seems that an intentional lack of precision is actually irreligious.
Can you elaborate on paradosis?
I am a litte familiar with the concept in the sense of traditions which, of course, Paul would have have known and lived.