When you enter a section of a website that is called "Religious Debate", and when the terms of service for the website, which you agreed to when you created your account, clearly state:
"When you post something, especially about a controversial topic, expect that your viewpoints and opinions may be vigorously questioned, challenged, and held up to scrutiny. If having your opinions challenged and being expected to defend your position will make you uncomfortable, please don't post about that topic."
Why do you participate in that section of the website if you believe anyone who is not a member of your faith, or a member of your faith who practices it differently than you do, is bashing, insulting or ridiculing you and your deity, simply by asking or answering a question in a way that disagrees with your own point of view? Is it a masochism thing?
Someone sent me a link to this. Pretty much encapsulated the attitude that puzzles me.Answer Question
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