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Blog posts and comments should focus on Bible translation issues, not theology, or personalities.
1. Support claims with evidence.
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3. Do not tell someone what they believe. Instead, ask them.
4. Avoid sarcasm.
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Now note our openness here:
Should is a shaming word. We’d like you to feel free to make any intelligent remarks you like. Or say something silly if you want. Feel like hijacking the post? Go right ahead. Have something remotely related to share? Then by all means share it. We have no separate “Share” page where we judge whether your ideas might be post worthy.
- Don’t worry about the pretenses of evidence or proofs for all your claims.
- Question anything, everything, or anyone.
- Why not ask questions, especially what others commenting here believe?
- Humo(u)r of all sorts is appreciated. Can you be sarcastic? Well, if you’re able to then you can.
- Didn’t we already say should is a shaming word? Only WordPress will limit the length of your comment; if that’s the case, then post two or three. Forget what the original post topic of BBB was about? Don’t worry; they’ll write another soon.
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