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Meta Anonymous 10/16/2019 (Wed) 04:26:11 No. 1
Praise be to God! Please read the board and global rules. >>>/t/ is for on topic discussion >>>/l/ is for casual and off-topic discussion Our sister board is https://8kun.top/christianity
Edited last time by boanerges on 12/23/2019 (Mon) 15:06:58.
This is the board for theological discussion, church history, and inter-denominational dialogue. Low effort and unrelated discussions should be taken to >>>/l/
If your church isn't represented in the current flags let me know
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What is the policy going to be in regards to heresy? Obviously at least a loose application of the Nicene Creed is a good start, but will there be any policy at all? Also I see flags mentioned but dont see the ability to use them
>>392 >What is the policy going to be in regards to heresy? The policy is that you have to argue against it yourself. I'm not going to delete wrongthink. >I see flags mentioned but dont see the ability to use them Click "more" in the reply box, or it's at the bottom of the quick reply window
>>394 >The policy is that you have to argue against it yourself. I'm not going to delete wrongthink. You're a Baptist, arent you?
>>398 Nah just not an intellectual weakling. The early church fathers were able to argue against heresy... try a little harder sport
>>398 It shouldn't matter
So is post filtering on the agenda to be implemented in the future?
>>404 You mean like this or something else?
>>405 Precisely. My bad; I'm used to said options being under the arrow like on 8chan, and just hovered over the hide button and thought it just hid and nothing more. Though I am also curious if some of the more advanced options, like Hide/Filter+ from 8chan are around the corner, in terms of implementation, as well.
>>1 >Praise be to God Amen! >>392 >>394 Maybe heretics can't post threads but the can post in something like a question thread relevant to their heresy.
The thread with this pic in /l/ got bumplocked, probably because one guy posted the same thing a million times. Does it need to be bumplocked anymore?
Is there a list of censored words? Im a little surprised even the gamer word is censored
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>>992 Jesus Iesus iesus
>>394 >The policy is that you have to argue against it yourself. I'm not going to delete wrongthink. Based. Forcing Anons to explain why something is heretical is far superior to just sweeping it under the carpet.
>>572 Nigger?
>>1013 nigger faggot?
huh well praise be the lord we can say nigger!
How do we sage?
sage?
cool cool dono if it worked tbh because when you sage u just don't bump the thread
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It's back!!!
>>1047 Not even sure it is worth it anymore.
>>1049 whys that?
>>1047 Let's stay here. /christian/ was too boomery.
>>1051 /christian/ was dead, it was all about /christianity/, but there is currently not christian board besides /christianmeme/
>>1052 /christianity/ sucked, are you retarded?
>>1072 It's only problem was that it was slow, but it's discussions were free. /christian/ sucked, you couldn't talk about most subjects because of rule 2.
>>1072 t. buttmad /christian/ mod
>>1051 Heaven forbid we follow God's 4th commandment.
>>1073 /christianity/ sucked though. And /christian/ had decent moderation, even if a tad too overzealous at times.
>>1077 Christian banned arbitrarily, disproportionately against Protestants, and the logs were private. Christianity had open logs and virtually no bans, and a truly open discussion field. Check web.archive.org for yourself. There's a reason /Christianity/ lives on here and /Christian/ stays dead.
>>1078 The implication being that "no bans" is a good thing. Just check out this very board for yourself. Catholics are inordinately bombarded with memes, as hard as you try you will always have to deal with protestants and schismatics (the Dyerites especially) with irrational hatred for their Catholic brothers. You already have idiots derailing threads by going off-topic with the usual MUH POPE stuff. How exactly is this better than /christian/? You people don't seem to understand what it's like being a Catholic in these sorts of internet dives, the amount of vile hatred, idiocy, and pure schizoposting you have to put up with.
>>1081 We were told others would hate us for our faith. What I find disturbing is going to a Catholic discussion group, and the Novus Ordo Catholics hating on the Latin Mass Catholics. How can they do that? Padre Pio favored the Latin mass so much he asked the Pope for permission to Continue to say it. Latin Mass Catholics are anti-Abortion, anti-gay marriage, anti-contraception. We support the church. We pray more. I hope they can be saved.
>>1081 Victim mentality. If you wanted a hugbox you're in the wrong place. If anything we're Catholic plurality right now.
>>1083 Nah, man, it's called knowing that imageboards are not synonymous with /b/-tier chan culture. "Plurality" is irrelevant, I don't presume to be "right" just because of bigger numbers. It's about charity and respect between siblings in Christ.
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>>1084 >If you don't ban and delete opinions you're basically /b/ K
>>1085 How mature.
>>1077 No, even if you're a catholic, it wasn't good moderation since it stagnated discussion. >>1084 >It's about charity and respect between siblings in Christ. Sometimes it's not always done as s--- talking, it's sometimes done to discuss something related to the catholic church. You're within your rights to criticizes the degeneracy of the protestants. It's the same with the atheist pollacks who can't let go of the jews from the bible, have answers and they won't dominate the discussion, but forbidding discussion goes against the entire point of image boards.
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>>1094 >No, even if you're a catholic, it wasn't good moderation since it stagnated discussion. Because anons apparently can't into rules and decided to make new boards. I don't think that /christian/ had perfect moderation, but it's better than none at all. If we're going to all gather in one place, let there be rules. >it's sometimes done to discuss something related to the catholic church Come on now, anon, that is seldom the case. Whenever anything starts smelling of orthodoxy, it's always an excuse to hound Catholics. How is this conducive to any sort of discussion, let alone a good faith one? If anything, you're just alienating a substantial slice of the board population by letting so-called s---posting run rampant. Catholics are and always will be the first targets. How is it that /christian/ understood this, despite all of that board's faults, but a dedicated website to the anonymous discussion of theology does not? If you want to be silly, you can use the lounge >>>/l/ or ask the admin to create a new board. >You're within your rights to criticizes the degeneracy of the protestants. No, I'm not. Consider the fact that we're all in some obscure website dedicated to the discussion of Christian theology. Why would I presume my siblings in Christ to be degenerates? Or their congregations for that matter. If it's salient to the topic, then criticise them I will, but that seldom is the case. >It's the same with the atheist pollacks who can't let go of the jews from the bible, have answers and they won't dominate the discussion, but forbidding discussion goes against the entire point of image boards. Nonsense. I'm not sure what is your experience with imageboards, but that is not chan culture there is. The fact that /pol/ cannot moderate the board is not even a good example, they can't do it because moderators are shills, atheists, or at the very least overwhelmed by post volume. Elsewhere on multiple different boards (including 4chan), strict on-topic rules are observed, you are expected to keep the topic and to respect the users. Anonymity is not an excuse for retardation and anarchy, anonymity is simply the least committing form of engagement in online discourse. We're Christians, we're bound to not bear false witness and to love one another, why is the administration so averse to observing very, very basic board rules and etiquette? Catholics are always hounded for such stupid reasons and those of us who have gathered here just to be subject to the same memes as in back on 4channel is nonsensical so that imbeciles in this very thread call it "victim mentality". It's not "bants", there is no content at all and it will ultimately will only serve to drive off Catholic posters.
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>>1100 Thanks for unbanning me based mod <3
>>1097 We do have rules and they are being enforced. Please make free use of the report and hide functions. Additionally, anyone interested in becoming a moderator can send an email to christchannel@pm.me
>>1097 >I don't think that /christian/ had perfect moderation, but it's better than none at all. You'd be surprised how badly moderation can effect an image boards. >If we're going to all gather in one place, let there be rules. What i like about free christian boards is that i can ask questions or explore topics that i wouldn't be able ask in real life. >No, I'm not. That's the beauty of anonymous image boards, you're free to discuss the negative pieces of denominations. It's interesting that on /christian/ there was never any rules to erase threads criticizing protestants. I would still have the same position on free speech, even if it was protestants who were protected by the rules. >you are expected to keep the topic and to respect the users. >We're Christians, we're bound to not bear false witness and to love one another, why is the administration so averse to observing very, very basic board rules and etiquette? It's not always meant to be disrespectful, but to rightfully call out peculiarities in Catholicism. For example there are Catholics who even they themselves don't agree with the current Pope. The Vatican is a powerful organization and with it comes the way it flexes it's power.
>>1120 >You'd be surprised how badly moderation can effect an image boards. Moderation, like most things, can be both a boon or a curse. If this is a Christian site, then it is not unreasonable to expect a modicum of moderation a proper decorum from the users. >What i like about free christian boards is that i can ask questions or explore topics that i wouldn't be able ask in real life. Amen. And surely these things can be done without rudeposting or making unwarranted insinuations about just how Christian other Christians are. >That's the beauty of anonymous image boards, you're free to discuss the negative pieces of denominations. It's interesting that on /christian/ there was never any rules to erase threads criticizing protestants. I'm not here to defend /christian/. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. My only contention is for the users and moderation to observe basic imageboard etiquette. Not everything is /pol/ AKA /b2/. >I would still have the same position on free speech, even if it was protestants who were protected by the rules. Free speech is a meme. There is no such thing. And such principles are obstructive to online discourse. No one owes you any "rights", people gather in good faith in a variety of forums to discuss things and courtesy is the first value of exchange. >It's not always meant to be disrespectful, but to rightfully call out peculiarities in Catholicism. That is very rarely the case and you know this to be true. >For example there are Catholics who even they themselves don't agree with the current Pope. The Pope isn't always right, you can disagree with the Pope and you can even correct the Pope. Charity should compel you to do these things. Some have extremist positions on the current Pontificate or all post-V2 Pontificates like sedevacantists/benevacantists/sedeprovationists/etc., but these are a fringe group of Catholics which you should always be weary of for a variety of reasons, they deposit just as much importance on the human aspect of the Church as most protestants do. >The Vatican is a powerful organization and with it comes the way it flexes it's power. This is a meme. Rome doesn't wield armies for many centuries, and even when it "did" it was always because of the general political inclinations of European royalty and aristocracy. Nowadays you have Pope Francis bending to the will of the UN for whatever reason we can only speculate. There's nothing powerful about the human church at all especially now that we're drifting away from sanctity and more towards (secular?) humanism and even religious indifferentism. There is nothing powerful about Rome. Rome was at it's most powerful when it was defeating the enemies of Christendom with the Holy Rosary and pleading to Our Lady the Help of Christians. There is nothing powerful about Rome.
>>1104 I would offer you my help to moderate this webzone but I fear we have very different stances where moderation is concern. Don't allow rudeposting and off-topic BS, it really should be that simple.
>>1140 Those are essentially the rules here
>>1139 >This is a meme. Rome doesn't wield armies for many centuries Maybe so, but it still has a large following, the pope doesn't have an audience of no one. >>1140 Just as long as you don't ban for denominational disagreements, you should be a good mod.
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>>1 To the BOs here and to OP: Don't go to the website you linked EVER. That place is beyond bugged. Site's a honeypot down to bottom Do this: check out the IP location for the site and where it's from. That's all the clues I'll leave you here
>>1258 proofs?
We need to bring the old posters back or bring more posters here. /christian/ is a dumpster fire and I don't want to go back there.
>>1375 I'm somewhat new :)
>>1376 Hello, fren :)
I don't think I want to associate with any church as they each have their flaws and good points but isn't it okay to just have faith in God and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, follow His teachings and stand with The Bible? I'm very confused so..help please.
>>1394 You have to join a church. You are free to choose a non-denominational church, but you're biblically instructed not to forsake the assembling together with other Christians. This is a separate matter from your justification, so don't worry about that
>>1395 BIBLE PROJECT IS PEDOPHILES EVERYONE HERE SEE THIS https://christchannel.xyz/t/res/1353.html

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