Site Policies

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Link Policy

This will probably offend some, however I find it necessary to explain my position with regard to linking to other blogs.

Generally, if someone wishes to link their blog to this one, that is fine.  There is an exception when it comes to those who are cults, or hold beliefs so egregious that they cannot be accepted at all.  The same goes for blogs where immorality is advocated.

On the other hand, I may not reciprocate the link.  It depends upon the doctrinal position of the individual or organization.  The guiding rule for this is my Statement of Faith. This does not mean that I demand that someone walk “lockstep” with me before I will link to them. What it does mean is they must be solid on the doctrines. Linking, whether we like it or not, does indicate approval of either the individual, or the content of the blog (or site). I am very careful of what I “approve” of as it can and will be used against this ministry. This is not to say that the opinions of others dictate who I associate with. Rather, it is about witness and testimony, and being effective in presenting the unvarnished truth.

So, if you desire that I reciprocate a link, send me an e-mail indicating so.  On the other hand, if I have time, and can go through your blog, I may reciprocate without the e-mail, but that’s not guaranteed.


Post Policy

I reserve the right to edit posts after they are published to correct typographical and sentence construction errors. I reserve the right to revise and extend my remarks when it is necessary to clarify a point made.
At no time will the doctrine or teaching of a post change through post-publication editing. The doctrine I hold is Scripturally accurate and thus set.
Please read, learn and enjoy. If you happen to find an error, please drop me a line using the following address:
paulATreproachofmen.org

Just replace the AT with @ when cutting and pasting the address into the <TO> field.


Comment Policy

In the interests of discussion, “Comment Moderation” has been lifted. However, I reserve the right to delete comments that are abusive, vulgar, or offensive to decency and off-topic. Personal attacks will not be tolerated.

If comments become egregious, as they have before, then “Comment Moderation” will be re-enabled without warning.

I do not like comment moderation, but will invoke if it becomes necessary.

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