>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.
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.