Rules

As a general policy, I will always approve a comment, no matter how much we might disagree; as long as you are putting forth an idea and not just flamebaiting.  If you actually wish to have a discussion about something, please refer to the following flowchart to see if that is possible. If you don’t follow the criteria on the flowchart then a reasonable discussion is not possible. (And though this flowchart is titled “Debating a Christian” it does not pertain exclusively to that. This is how all reasonable people have discussions about ideas, regardless of their faith or the ideas they are discussing. It’s argumentation 101 people)

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3 Responses to “Rules”

  1. Steven D Campagna November 24, 2011 at 4:10 pm #

    Strange rules. Christianity has been debated for 2.000 years without a single thing being settled. Some ideas are so ridiculous all that is left is to make fun of them.

    • anonymous May 14, 2018 at 2:39 am #

      Then how about I make fun of you for bein’ a jerk to Christians?

      • Steven D Campagna May 14, 2018 at 12:22 pm #

        I’m not a ‘jerk’ to Christians. I post ‘what they do’…from their pedophile priests and prelates to their using Force of Law to get everyone involved in their religion….such as ‘Sincerely Held Religious Belief Laws…so they can be just s nasty and bigoted as they want to be towards gays – lesbians – black people – Mexicans…any that is Asian – non-believers – left-handed people – red heads – dogs – bacon – alcohol – your culture – your civilization – your traditions – your country and even you.

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