[CS-FSLUG] Administrative note: A Christian community is shutting down.

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Thu Mar 27 20:24:27 CDT 2008

David McGlone wrote:
> On Tuesday 25 March 2008 11:35:56 pm Fred A. Miller wrote:
>> veritosproject at gmail.com wrote:
>>> I'm a member of Christdot (christdot.org), a site that is somewhat
>>> like a small Christian Slashdot. The admin is shutting the place down,
>>> so we're all talking about where we will move. I was thinking of
>>> introducing this list to the membership of that site.
>>> Their group is quite a bit less "serious" than this list. Not all
>>> would be able to join here, as Christdot does not require belief to
>>> join (this was intentional, as they wanted to at least _talk_ to
>>> non-believers and hear their input (regardless of its truth).
>>> Their theological range is quite diverse, ranging from Baptist to
>>> Pentecostal Mennonite to Orthodox and Catholic.
>>> What are your opinions on whether I should make known the existence of
>>> this list to the members of the site?
>> IMHO, we should keep it for believers only. I'm just not up to what I
>> fear would end up being a "mess" here, to say the least.
> But if someone who is supposed to be a Christian  sees a brother in need, and 
> won’t help him - how can God’s love be within him? Little children, let us 
> stop just saying we love people; let us really love them, and show it by our 
> actions. 1 John 3: 17-18


'Just a worthwhile caution as we don't know "who" will show up on an 
open list like that. I've seen some real messes on enough lists to be 
very cautious.


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