"The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our Lord stands forever. Isaiah 40:8

27 August 2006


I need to come up with a commenting policy but I am not in the mood for it right now. So let me just say this quickly.

I do not like to delete comments (unless there is foul language). If someone wants to disagree with me, that is fine, but I have lost my tolerance for personal attacks. This is what I need to define in a set of rules because it appears that some people don't understand what is an unfair personal comment.

That said, if you consider yourself a Christian, then act like one if you want to comment. Don't say things that may insult, hurt, or misrepresent a person because you are angry or frustrated with them.

If you are not a Christian, then please just try to be nice.

Going forward, I will delete any comments that I find overly insulting to me or to another commenter. No warnings. If you would like to make a point, keep out the personal stuff.

I am opening up comments on the most recent posts.


eph2810 said...

Sometimes we just have to set the rules. If we can't do that on our own blogs, then where can we?
My hat goes off to you :).

michele said...

It's amazing that people who call themselves Christian would slander someone in their comments. I guess we can look at it as proof of total depravity :-).

I leave insulting comments because I think it undermines their argument and shows how weak it is. Why else resort to name calling unless you have no other argument?

Tony said...

Heh, I think my comment was deleted :)

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