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I want to give some love to the Moderator on this site,first of all. You are needed and wanted here.
To the new blogger: Always respect others opinions,no matter what. Always show love and respect toward others.Variety is truly the spice of life. We can all learn from each other. We are never to old to learn something new. You do not have to comment on eveything. I simply read and learn,sometimes. Blessings to you and welcome!
---Robyn on 6/13/09

Poorly written blog questions may have to be modified at times or they get deleted. Requesting a new blog question when the same question already exists would also fall into the same category IE adjust or delete.
---Moderator on 6/8/09

I think if a person would quote the Bible or someone else and you add the reference or who quoted it, it should be exact, not changed. Do you agree Moderator?
---MIchael on 6/8/09

If I may state my opinion, it is this: many are over-reacting about some things. Though somebody offered me poison and snakes the other day, I was only mildly miffed, for I knew he probably didn't mean it literally. And if he did, he couldn't make me drink poison or pick up snakes. As soon as I replied, I felt a lot better. I find it intruiging to look up Scriptures to prove my points, whether they see what I see or not. I believe we all help each other on this blog by causing us to search the Scriptures.
---Betty on 6/8/09

Mod, thanks for that. It helps.

So Jesus' 'synagogue of satan' statement would be a definite no no!
---Warwick on 6/7/09

MarkV ... now you have arrived at this blog, may I refer you to the first point of mine of 6 5.
---alan_8566_of_uk on 6/7/09

Write about the subjects that you both have an interest in, and some knowledge about (consider the gifting, or strengths, that the Lord has given you). If you make a blog entry, check a few times later on to see if someone has made a reply. You may need to respond to something written. He who has Bible verses wins, and he who has the correct Bible verse wins all. Otherwise, it's one persons opinion against another. Note: some people have their own agenda, and will not engage in a dialogue. You will soon see who is serious about following the Lord, and who is not. Prayer is always useful, especially that directed towards God for wisdom.
Proverbs 27:17, Hebrews 2:11-12, 1Peter 1:22, 1John 2:9-11, 4:20-21.
---Glenn on 6/7/09

Effective things for us to practice are, Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Then if we would throw in a little bit of what would Jesus do,in each situation. There's also the habit of remembering a kind word turneth away wrath. Phillipians 2:3 says it well,Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory,but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves. 1 Thessalonians 5:13-15 --And be at peace among yourselves. Now we exhort you,breathern,warn them that are unruly,comfort the feeble minded,support the weak,be patient toward all men. See that none render evil for evil to any man,but ever follow that which is good,both among yourselves,and to all men. Pray for God's answer,before we answer. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 6/7/09

Moderator, even when you kindly answer someone they accuse you of been like the Devil sneaking up on Eve. It seems they are not happy unles they include Satan or some satanistic word to hurt you. And many of these people are the one's arguing for everyone to be holy and not sin. Many times you cannot please them just by answering the question. I am sure when they are at church they conduct themselves very religious but here they show their true selfs.
---MarkV. on 6/7/09

Warwick you can't understand anything as you are so blinded by the devil God is obviously not in you. You are going to Hell you viper! Can't you understand the obvious. Can't you read the blogs below or do I have to continue to repeat myself just for you.


Warwick please respect other people in love and yet still speak Biblical truths.

I could have worded a response either way as a blogger. Which would be more respectful?
---Moderator on 6/7/09

Mod, we are obliged to obey Christianet's rules, however I still do not specifically know what it is you object to.

I don't aim to offend anyone however truth, the gospel and the cross are offensive to many people. In some countries preaching the gospel is so offensive that those who do so face gaol or death!

I have been have called rude names and had my name purposefully mispelled but why should that offended me?

I have called people evasive, deceitful and dishonest because they were. This may be confronting but less than 'a synogogue of satan' as Jesus described the religious leaders of His day-would this be acceptable here?

I just want to know what the specific rules are.
---Warwick on 6/7/09

Jerry of course I agree, however I was answering your question which required a response accordingly.
---Moderator on 6/6/09

Moderator: Thank you for your candor. I also disagree with many of the tenets of the Mormons and the Jehovah's Witnesses. But then again, I disagree with some doctrines of Catholics, Baptists, Methodists, Pentecostals, etc. But I would posit that my opinion (and perhaps yours as well) is of no importance in comparison to that of our Redeemer and Judge. The questions that we should ask ourselves are:

Does Jesus love Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses?

Does He want them to be saved?

Does He expect us to reach them with the truth of the Bible?

Can we reach them by calling them names?

Do you agree or disagree?
---jerry6593 on 6/6/09

Jerry I would consider Mormons and Jehovah witnesses as groups that would fit into the cult category as definied by most mainline Christians. Others groups may not be defined as cults, but may have some views that are considered unorthodox. Those specific ideologies would and should be discussed by Christians at large as non-Biblical.

Other comments that you have made in the past about blogs being deleted had nothing to do with anything other than site maintenance. However, read point # 9 when posting a blog question and we have now come up with a solution.
---Moderator on 6/6/09

Mod: I assume that in giving my post as an "example of how not to blog," you were not referring to my assertion that we should offer biblical explanations of our beliefs, or that we should not call others unsaved.

I think it was the subject of religious bigotry that offended you. I certainly did not intend to "slam" you Moderators. Heaven knows, yours is a tough enough job already. That's why I said that you may APPEAR to incite denominational bias by implying (albeit innocently) that a specific denomination is a cult or their members cultists. As I'm sure you know, cult is a four-letter word to Christians, and to "slam" an entire group of Jesus-loving people by using it shows a lack of love and grace.
---jerry6593 on 6/6/09

NurseRobert: "Honestly, I get fed up with the "blame the democrats" mentality that is so prevalent on this site."

Respectfully sir, what did you expect. The Democrat platform is highly anti-Christian. From the restriction of religion in government buildings, to the wholesale murder of 1.2 million unborn innocents per year, to the embracing of sexual perversion and even the perversion of marriage, to be a Democrat appears to be against the fundamental values of Christians. I'm sure you would be agreed with more on a secular humanist site.

And as for "Obama bashing," our side had to endure 8 years of "Bush bashing." It's your turn now.
---jerry6593 on 6/6/09

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Jerry, I let your post go through as an example of how not to blog. Slamming the Mods shows a lack of love and grace. If your comment was a concern, it could have more properly been worded as a question: IE Moderators what denominations do you consider a cult?
---Moderator on 6/6/09

Moderator: I agree that it would be nice if we all maintained a high level of Christian decorum, but alas, human nature is what it is. I have found that one needs rather thick skin to blog here. I don't really mind that, since such is life in the real world. I believe that, as Christians, we have not only a right, but also an obligation to give answer to every man that asks, why (from the Bible) we believe what we believe.

I think that we all should allow that individuals from every denomination may indeed be ultimately "saved," and that it is God alone who makes the determination. Sometimes, even you Mods appear to incite religious bigotry by posting blogs like "Is [fill in your least liked denomination] a cult?"
---jerry6593 on 6/6/09

Nurse I thank you for your note. We are more alike than we both shall ever know. Opposing views are not bad when they create thought. If folks notice, our problems come from the political blogs. But believe me, that will never separate our relationship in Christ.
I have thanked the Moderator more than one time for not posting some of my thoughts. (There was one recently that didn't make it, whew....)
Maybe some of your responses would not have been as they were if I wasn't such a "Nerve Agent."
If I disturb you again please write me at elder2291. Thank you for forgiving me for my part in the foolishness.
---Elder on 6/6/09

Warwick~ That seems perfectly sensible.
---Anne on 6/6/09

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Alan thanks for your comments.

As I see it part of the problem is that the written word is often easy to misunderstand. When face to face we have the advantage of body language and the ability to ask questions. I have had problems understanding what some have written. One or two people write in a 'hinting' style rather than 'plain-speak.' Also we sometimes write ambiguously without meaning to do so.

As to 'saved' there are people who blog here who seem to reject much of Scripture while claiming to be Christian. I do believe it proper to challenge them. We should not be rude but should we not confront error? Surely we can challenge anyone to demonstrate the truth of their belief via Scripture?
---Warwick on 6/5/09

Mod, thanks for your reply. We must treat others with respect, as we would have them treat us.

But how do we confront 'wolves in the fold' if we cannot be direct, as were the apostles and Jesus?

Some people are of the sweetness and light persuasion who will ignore error for the sake of peace. However I believe Scripture tells us truth is more important than peace-Matt-10:34.

Christian brothers disagree on points however I am sure you know there are 'wolves' here seeking to destroy Biblical truth and faith by any means. Some have called me names, are evasive, deceitful, have misrepresented what I have written, purposely missspelled my name, but that is to be expected of such people. Let them continue so, it exposes them!
---Warwick on 6/5/09

Things which don't make for a good atmosphere here include:
Misrepresentation of what one's opponent in discussion has said.
Telling someone who disagrees with you that they therefore can't be "saved"
Just being rude or offensive to another blogger.
Misrepresentation of the detail beliefs of another strand of Christianity.
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/5/09

How one can write some of the things, I do read and they do write. And say, I know him! Number one to me is you are not saved! No one on this earth has the authority, to say such a thing. To anyone, not even himself! All shall be taught of God, only! Youll see!

Mat 7:4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye, and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?

Joh 14:9 Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known me, Philip? he that hath seen me hath seen the Father, and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father?
---TheSeg on 6/5/09

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Warwick - Bottomline it's bloggers slamming each other, assuming the worst of each other and demanding things from the Mods. I know it can be frustrating to blog at times, however as a whole the bloggers need to walk in alot more love and grace especially with those who hold different opinions.
---Moderator on 6/5/09

Moderator I would be very appreciative if you could give specific examples of what you consider to be improper comments. Comments you consider are not within the rules.

Maybe some quotes?
---Warwick on 6/5/09

Elder, I apologize for my responses. I tend to get very passionate about what I believe in and it comes out strong and wrong at times.

There are things that you and I will never agree on. We are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, but I do respect your right to those beliefs. That being the case, we are still brothers in Christ.

God Bless..
---NurseRobert on 6/4/09

Thanks everyone for agreeing to be more respectful of each other and especially those with opposing views. We can already see the difference in the blogs that come our way! If you see someone breaking these rules here in any blog, instead of telling the Mod feel free to refer people to this blog directly for the rules. Thanks!
---Moderator on 6/4/09

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I never want to create problems for others on C/N.
I tend to post in a way that is callus to some. That is not my intent. I learned a long time ago to "block and punch." That is my failure. I may just need to block more.
I have said many times I'd want Trish on my team to care for the hurting. It is not my intent for her or anyone to be hurt. I still have not got the complete truth on the bible burning. I thought that the bloggers would have information. I did not want to start a war.
Everyone has been blamed for this, even the staff at C/N. If they had anything to hide THIS blog would never been posted.
I must accept my part in this and ask forgiveness. I shall ask more "whys" and post less "whats."
---Elder on 6/4/09

In "prayer", we are constantly "informing" God of what we are unsatisfied with ("I am not pleased, God", like the queen would say "We are not amused").

Obviously, "We The Ungrateful" do not find His grace to be sufficient for us. Likewise, we ask the moderators for a "moderator email account".

God would be pleased if we would stop complaining to Him (we shouldn't be so accustomed to feeling unsatisfied and expect the moderators to "get MORE involved").

When the moderators create a title about Obama, etc., they have no choice but to summarize the question. We "the bloggers" should feel a responsibility to express "Godly spirituality".
---more_excellent_way on 6/4/09

the political & petty blogs & posts are merely thought-provoking, the vulgar posts are what I feel are more offensive. I don't hold any grudges against any of the bloggers, and I hope they can say the same about me.
---Betty on 6/3/09

Thought-provoking?? maybe. They do get contentious at times.

I have never seen what I would call a "vulgar" post (though some of these "spanking" blogs have left me shaking my head") How would you describe vulgar?
---NurseRobert on 6/3/09

Ooookay! Thank you? :)
---Leon on 6/3/09

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Leon the tranlation is "none of the bloggers work for ChristiaNet or have any say in the blogs" Only the Moderators do and the Moderators comments are labeled as such :)
---Moderator on 6/3/09

NurseRobert I agree about having the Moderators more involved as others have also sugguested over the years. Unfortuately the Moderators do all the other work at ChristiaNet in addition to the blogs. The blogs are a small portion of the daily tasks of running a major website. As a side note the typically website our size has up to 10 times the number of employees. The site is 100% free to our users which is extremely unusual for much of our content, however that is how the Holy Spirit has directed us for the past 13 years.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

"...none of the other bloggers work for or are related to ChristiaNet other than the Moderator title of which there are a few moderators." ?! :)

Sir/Ma'am: What?! :) I apologize -- I'm sorry -- apparently I'm going thru mentalpause today. Please break the above statement down so that I can, I hope, get it. Thx!
---Leon on 6/3/09

What several bloggers don't understand is that blogs get blocked on both sides of issues due to ungodly interaction.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

A moderators role is to "preside over an assembly, meeting, or discussion".

I think it would be helpful if the moderators were more involved in the discussions and more willing to explain why things occurred. I once tried to post a response and it took, literally 5 tries to get it posted. The reponse was on the opposite side of the discussion and was not snarky, or rude. I could get NO answer from anyone as to why.

Perhaps a "moderators email account" so private questions and discussions could be directed?

---NurseRobert on 6/3/09

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I wonder if anyone agrees with this: the political & petty blogs & posts are merely thought-provoking, the vulgar posts are what I feel are more offensive. I don't hold any grudges against any of the bloggers, and I hope they can say the same about me.
---Betty on 6/3/09

Leon I don't mind your question at all. No, none of the other bloggers work for or are related to ChristiaNet other than the Moderator title of which there are a few moderators.

What several bloggers don't understand is that blogs get blocked on both sides of issues due to ungodly interaction. Therefore, we get to hear the complaints from both sides often with very little complements from either. Left states were are blocking them because they are liberal - right states were are blocking them because ChristiaNet is liberal. I think both sides can do better in their communication skills.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

At the risk of being excommunicated from CN, I must first say, I agree with NurseRobert, Trish & Obewan regarding what seems to be an obvious double standard of CN mods for some over other bloggers.

I don't want to know, but for a long time have wondered who the mods behind the curtain really are. It seems some may actually be highly favored, CN chosen, ascended bloggers who now & then are sent down from behind the curtain to set the rest of us straight.

Please, I don't mean to offend (attack). But, like Nathan, Paul, JESUS, I believe in straight talk -- so here goes. I smell a rat & the wind is blowing from the CN mod direction. Having said that, since this is your house, I will try to obey the rules... :) (Pv. 27:17)
---Leon on 6/3/09

Obewan you are perspective. Yes blog titles are used to get attention and yes people can read the detail of the question once they click. Other considerations are the search engines for proper optimization and the RSS Feeds. Titles are not so much for our regular bloggers whom will click on most blogs anyway, but for the other 99% who only read.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

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The moderators themselves, by the way they word the titles, create desention.

---NurseRobert on 6/3/09
I tend to agree with that. Not only do they create dessention, some of them are outright distortions of reality that border on falsehood. Granted, people can read the blogs to discover the truth, the misleading blog titles are akin to the National Enquirer stuff. They just seem like an attempt to grab attention. Maybe that is what the moderators intend though..
---obewan on 6/3/09

NurseRobert thanks for your williness to tone it down.

As mentioned before if someone is irritated by another blogger, then it is usually a given that the other blogger is irritated also. This is when we need to be even more careful in how we word our blog responses. IE ask a question nicely instead of assuming what a blogger is stating - give them a chance to explain in more detail their point of view without accusing them.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

Moderator, I'm sorry that you see this as a "critical attitude".

There is a great disparity in peoples responses to these blogs. It appears, to me, there is a double standard, in that some can make innuendos and outright false statements, and when others call them on it, they get accused of being ungodly.

As long as political blogs get posted on this site, there is going to be dissension.

Do I get a little snarky - yes, I do. I am nowhere near perfect. I am working on toning it down, but it does become difficult.
---NurseRobert on 6/3/09

NurseRobert these types of comments and critical attitudes toward others are exactly what we want to avoid in the blogging. It's ungodly and just invites a fleshly response from those you are attacking.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

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The moderators themselves, by the way they word the titles, create desention.

Just a few from the past months...
"Obama's Marijuana Possession"
"Obama Is Bankrupting America"
"Obama Jewish Passover Meal"
"Blind Eye To Obama" (this blog compares Obama to Hitler)
"Obama's Anti-Israel Stance"

And my personal favorite was the one questioning the Christianity of democrats. Maybe its time to rethink how we all do things.

And Ralph, thanks for your comment.. it was very helpful.
---NurseRobert on 6/3/09

Trish thanks for your excellent and humble attitude and hopefully it will set an example for others to follow.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

Forgive me, if I offend any.
The first and only thing I see is!
He said, all have sinned, I ask where is he talking from? He said, I am always with you, I believe this is in spirit. Because, I go to the father! There for, I must be a sinner, with a hope of forgiveness. Yes, I believe all my sins will be forgiven. But, only if I can forgive!

In knowing, the word of God, Christ, and not being able to stop sinning. Am I not one of the guiltiest?

What am I trying to say? Know you must be guilty before God. This is the purpose of the law! The guiltier you make yourself the more you must forgive!
forgive all!
---TheSeg on 6/3/09

Mod: You are right, and I will strive toward that end, as I have tried in the past. I confess that have often allowed hurt feelings to cloud my judgment in responses to certain people. I will work toward not having that happen in the future.
---Trish9863 on 6/3/09

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This is comical. Now the liberals (or left-wingers as Nurse put it), are becoming contentious on a blog about blogging. Is there nothing they won't complain about?
---ralph7477 on 6/3/09

Trish - "two wrongs don't make a right". Walk in grace and love and you don't have to be so concerned about others. Focus on your walk with Christ and your actions. You are not responsible for someone else that isn't walking in love - only yourself.

If anyone has been offended by someone blogging, guess what, odds are they are offended also. All bloggers should keep this in mind and respond in love and grace and give the other person consideration.

Ask a blogger "What did this statement mean?" versus accusing others.
---Moderator on 6/3/09

Moderator: If you would review the past few months of posts, you would see that I have not even addressed Elder directly in any blog whatsoever. I refuse to dialogue with him, and will only refer to his posts in response to another person. I have found his posts about me, and to me to be downright insulting and degrading.

I find it interesting that the same discourse is not directed at Elder himself, given that his posts also have lacked a Christ-like attitude.

I believe that is what Nurse has been talking about regarding the slant that is taken here at Christianet, the left of center tends to be taken to task for standing up for our beliefs, yet the rightist senior bloggers are given more liberty in their behaviors.
---Trish9863 on 6/2/09

The idea that ministers of the gospel of Jesus Christ should somehow be held to a higher accountability is wrong. As Christians we are all to be held to the same accountability. You can't say, "Well, I don't have to act like Jesus because I'm not a minister." And to think that a minister of the gospel doesn't have the freedom of speech that everyone else has is also unfair. I have been accused of attacking individuals on these blogs if I dare disagree with certain ones. As Christians we don't need to go around with chips on our shoulders and finding offense everywhere we can.
---SusieB on 6/2/09

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NurseRobert and Trish I understand how you feel, however two wrongs don't make a right. All bloggers should show each other respect regardless and even more so if opposite views are taken. An example of a longtime blogger that has always been respectful regardless of his often differing views is Ruben. I have seen bloggers take shots at him, but never have I seen him act in kind. That is Christ-like behavior.
---Moderator on 6/2/09

Moderator: I have made certain assumptions about the "veteran" bloggers, especially those who are in the ministry. I assumed Elder had done the necessary research prior to posting an inflammatory question. I would hope that someone of his stature here would have done the necessary research to post the TRUTH, and not innuendo.

Another is that a person in the ministry, as I believe Elder to be, would not make insulting, or inflammatory remarks about the leaders of our country, regardless of their political distinctions.

Grace goes both ways, and I have not seen much of it coming from his direction.

Those who claim to be in ministry should be held to a higher standard here at Christianet.
---Trish9863 on 6/2/09

Moderator, if my response "lacks grace" perhaps it may be because of the responses the left side gets on this site. This was not the first time questions were posted in an accusatory manner. I find it hard to believe that Elder did not expect that type of reaction to his comments.

Many on this site, including Elder, have a "bash Obama" mentality. The number of posts, blaming the left in general, and Obana in particular have gotten way out of hand. Honestly, I get fed up with the "blame the democrats" mentality that is so prevalent on this site.
---NurseRobert on 6/2/09

NurseRobert and Trish both of your responses here are presumptuous and lack grace. You are assuming Elder is lying instead of thinking the best of your Brother in Christ. He explained that he just typed something up without researching it. If he know the answer or didn't want some dialogue, I am sure he is intelligent enough not to post the question.

All bloggers regardless of their point of view need to walk in love with each other especially when in disagreement. Around 100,000 unique people viewed these blogs last month and only a few hundred blogged. God will hold each of us accountable for what we say and how it affects others.
---Moderator on 6/2/09

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So its only meanspiritedness when it comes from the left perspective?
---NurseRobert on 6/2/09

Moderator: With all due respect, regarding the Soldier Bible Burning Blog, the original question was not an honest totally lacked a Christian's Spirit and love in its content and intent. It was disappointing to see it posted, as it lacked credulity and, as I posted on it, the truth was available by doing a quick Google search.

There are many of us who love the Lord, who see things from the left, instead of the right, who saw through the original question and basically called it as we saw it.
---Trish9863 on 6/2/09

IE the Solders Bible Burning blog went down hill. Not alot of Christianity going on in how people were interacting with each other. It's not disagreement that is the problem - it's the mean spiritedness.
---Moderator on 6/2/09

Too much fighting can cause a blog to go away.
---Moderator on 6/2/09

Not to be difficult, but who decides what defines fighting? There is little doubt that these blogs are decidedly right wing. If us left wingers decide to disagree with a statement that is obviously one sided, it "disappears."
---NurseRobert on 6/2/09

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Too much fighting can cause a blog to go away.
---Moderator on 6/2/09

Moderator, is there other reasons why a blog "disappears?" Can the OP have it removed?
---NurseRobert on 6/2/09

When blogging it's good thing to remember Christians should answer according to the Bible. We are taught how to treat one another there and it's of prime importance to me. 1 John 4:7 for love is of God. Beloved let us love one another. 1 Corinthians 13:4 Charity/Love suffers long and is kind,doesn't envy,doesn't exalt itself,isn't puffed up,doesn't behave unseemly,seeks not its own,isn't easily provoked,thinks no evil,doesn't rejoice in iniquity,rejoices in truth,hopes all things,endures all things,charity never fails. We need to respect others and treat them how we would like to be treated. Giving Bible verses to support your opinion is always good. Others opinions may not be right but they have a right to them. Enjoy yourself. God Bless
---Darlene1 on 6/2/09

Betty ... As Mod says,you can continue to post on the same blog. Thatts' why I referred to "only one post at a time" on a blog
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/2/09

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Betty the bloggers can continue to post more than once to a blog just like today, but the limit is 75 comments. However, just open up a new blog if needed for more conversation.
---Moderator on 6/2/09

I would just like to comment that being able to post more than once on a blog provokes thought and study of the Scriptures. If someone disagrees with a post, they go look up Biblical verses to prove their point, then post again. It would be nice if we could continue doing it that way.
---Betty on 6/2/09

In addition to Alan's post, bloggers can open a new blog once a blog is closed. Usually the question can be reworded after 75 posts have been made. That way bloggers can continue to discuss a topic.
---Moderator on 6/2/09


After that number, the blog is closed to further posts.

So, we should try more to adhere to the rule of only one post at a time per blog. This rule was introduced by CN over a year ago, but we have tended to forget it.

Also remember that when a blogger is compelled to defend him/herself against personal attacks and slurs, that takes up extra posts. So those ad hominum attacks shoud be avoided, both for honesty in discussion and for saving of post numbers.

If we remember thse things, there will be better opportunity for more people to contribute to the debates.
---alan8566_of_uk on 6/2/09

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---Pharisee on 6/1/09

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