Monday, April 21, 2008

Religious Freedom and Online Business Forums

Reading the BofA Online Business Forum a certain 'DD' made a truly big deal of another posters religious contextual comments, which were juvenile and uncalled for.

However this 'DD' person posted then that she agreed with the poster about religion and her objections were that religion did not belong in a 'secular forum'.

Hmmm. I think I like that 'DD' person and I agree with her...religious comments have no place in business forums.

Why can't the christians just keep it on the religious blogs? No one is trying to stiffle free speech, its just that if you are a christian, and you really believe it is a 'one another world' you will respect everyone in a public forum.

Christians need to get over the themselves just like people need to get over the Reagan years.

1 comment:

Frogspond said...

Being a recovering Southern Baptist I agree.

All those years of hearing about how we had to "SAVE SOULS!" and "Win folks for Jesus!".

What I never could get over is that prostelatizing was never, ever, my thing. I lived the talk and if someone wanted to ask me about my life and beliefs that was good. If not, I respected that too.

Irony is, I left the "Christian" church a while ago and ended up moving more toward Christ-like living.