Commenting Policies

1. In the beginning was the Logos (i.e. logic), therefore, we adhere to the basics of logic and reasonable dialogue. Make your case and defend your points. Personal attacks (ad hominem), straw man arguments, irrelevant comments, and all other logical fallacies will be, identified and dismissed. If you are unfamiliar with logical thinking and dialogue, we would suggest Come, Let Us Reason: An Introduction to Logical Thinking, by Norman Geisler and Ronald Brooks, and for our non-Christian friends we recommend Logic for Dummies.

2. We anticipate and encourage comments from non-Christian, but we ask that you respect that this is a blog written by Christian believers. We welcome you to critique our position from either a logical or Biblical view Christianity, but please refrain from using language that pointlessly degrades our religion.

3. This blog is “family friendly” and as such, any comments which include offensive or inappropriate language, or considered by the administrators to be rude and offensive, will be edited or removed. Play nice.

4. Racist, sexist, or any other prejudicial comments are also not tolerated and will be removed.

5. In an effort to keep brevity a priority, please avoid providing long quotations of Scripture or other quotations and use a simple reference or source link (if available). If you feel that the full context of a passage is essential to your point, that is acceptable, but use your best discernment in such cases.

7. Any comments found to be plagiaristic in nature will be identified as such and you will be called out and made to look like a fool. Give credit to whom credit is due.

6. This is a spam-free zone. Comments that contain spam or splog-like URLs, or suspicious information in the comment form will be removed.

7. We maintain the right to remove any comments for any reason whatsoever.

8. We maintain the right to block you from commenting on this blog if you violate these policies.

9. Email addresses are required for commenting, and they are not published on the blog, nor shared. They may be used by the blog owner to privately contact the commenter.

10. If you leave a comment on this blog and it does not appear in a reasonable time period, and you know that it does not violate these Comment Policies, contact the administrators.

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