Comments Policy

I welcome and encourage comments and discussion on this site. In order to promote helpful, thoughtful, and courteous interaction, the following policies will be applied to all comments.

  1. Keep it clean – no profanity, insults, accusatory, or demeaning language.
  2. Keep it respectful – I welcome disagreement and various convictions and opinions. Please show me and your readers the same courtesy I wish to show you, and comment with respect.
  3. Keep it concise – please keep your comments as concise as possible. Don’t use ten words if you can say something in five.
  4. Stay on topic – avoid rabbit trails. For example, if you’re commenting on a blog post about the resurrection, don’t digress on to the topic of war in the Old Testament.
  5. Do not advertise or post personal information. If you have something you’d like me to see you can contact me through my email on the Contact Sarah page.
  6. I reserve the right to moderate all comments on this blog. If I feel you have violated one of the above policies I will either a) ask you to modify your comment according to the guidelines, or b) delete your comment.
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2 thoughts on “Comments Policy

  1. Just wanted to thank you for your blog about your niece and her toy. I am doing an extended project answering the question ‘Is faith a psychological crutch?’ and you have provided a really interesting take on the question. Thank you!

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