Rules for Comments
1). This blog is maintained by the Truth in Grace team. As a guest on this blog, your readership and participation are greatly appreciated. However, your ability to leave comments is a privilege, not a right. If your sole purpose is to express how much you dislike what we say, don’t expect us to post your comment.
2). Truth in Grace will not tolerate anyone who camps on this blog merely to disagree with everything that is posted here.
3). Truth in Grace expects courteous and civil manner. We understand that many people are deeply passionate about what they believe but please be careful to refrain from demeaning, harsh-toned, vitriolic, abrasive, coarse, condescending, snarky, vindictive, abusive, insulting, disrespectful, and mean-spirited comments.
4). Truth in Grace does not encourage, condone, or tolerate personal attacks of its contributors or other commenters. However, this does not exclude one from identifying a spade as a spade and a wolf as a wolf.
5). If you leave comments under the guise of being a true Christian, but consistently espouse ideals that are antithetical to the foundational doctrines of the Christian faith, you will be prohibited from leaving comments. We will not provide with you a platform to spread your “Hath God said” seeds of doubt and soul-damning heresies.
6). We will not tolerate your intolerance of our intolerance. We have truly grown weary of those criticizing and judging us for criticizing and judging others.
7). Although we are not averse to disagreement and debate, we do not have the time to deal with baseless, biblically illiterate, blatant twisting of Scripture, and shallow platitudes.
8). Truth in Grace is a blog for Christians by Christians. We are here to share truth and faith in a spirit of love and grace. We also reserve the right to add links to your comments in order to direct readers to the truth, not further errors.
9). If your comment is for the promotion of a false religious system (i.e. Catholicism, Mormonism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Atheism, etc.), your comment will not be published. This site is for the defense of the Christian faith and the edification of the saints.
These Rules of Engagement do not mean that we fear dissenting opinions or ideas that are contrary to the beliefs that we hold (and that of the revealed Scriptures of the Holy Bible). However, since some abuse the use of comments on Truth in Grace, these Rules of Engagement are simply necessary.
– Mark Escalera
Truth in Grace Administrator