Comment Policy

I want this blog to be a place of conversation, but to keep the peace and maintain a sense of order, some things need to be said.

Because of the large amount of spam comments I have received in the past, I have made the decision to not allow anonymous comments any longer.  In order to comment, you must sign in with one of the following log ins   Google/Gmail, LiveJournal, Wordpress, TypePad, AIM, or OpenID.  If you do not have one of those, you can either email me your comment at (please note which post you are discussing) or sign up for an account at one of the above websites.  

You won’t have to complete a Captcha (I hate those!) to post a comment, and comments are not moderated, but I reserve the right to delete comments.  This is not so I can keep only the comments I like and agree with.  This is to avoid spam and offensive or other negative comments.  If I decide a comment does not further a discussion, whether it is spam or it is offensive and unproductive, I reserve the right to remove it.  I have no problem discussing with you why a comment was removed, but I hope that this will not be an issue on this blog.

I plan to cover a wide range of topics related to God, theology, the Bible, and Christian life in general.  I realize that sometimes these topics can become controversial, and I ask that any discussion be respectful and thoughtful.  Argumentative debating is discouraged, but respectful discussion of ideas and opinions is welcomed.  I want to be able to leave all comments that are posted, but I realize that sometimes things get out of hand.  The decision to keep or remove comments is based on maintaining an edifying environment for all readers and commenters.

I hope this makes clear what my thoughts are regarding comments, but if you have any questions, feel free to contact me via my profile.

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