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Re: not reading vs. someone else not posting

Posted by Dr. Bob on June 28, 2002, at 11:52:09

In reply to Re: The Narrow Gate » Bookgurl99, posted by bookgurl99 on June 27, 2002, at 16:09:18

> I am interested in discussing the nature of God in general, and I do find your experiences interesting. But, I am not interested in hearing a full re-telling of your experience. I understand that it is very meaningful to you to share this with others. And the Faith board was set up in part for us to share these experiences with each other.
> I feel that you are making a missionary attempt in sharing these with me. As I said, the knowledge you have is interesting. But it becomes quite overwhelming, tiresome, and in the end, insignificant, to see a huge post on a new idea every day or several times a day.

Well, significance is in the eye of the beholder. I think that as long as someone is civil (which includes not proselytizing) and what they're posting about is appropriate to the board, they should be allowed to post. At the same time, everyone is free to decide for themselves which posts they read and which they don't. So I'd prefer for people not to read than to ask someone else not to post. Thanks,


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