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Old Jun 8, '04, 3:13 pm
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Arrow Consolidated Stickies For the Apologetics Forum. READ THIS FIRST!

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Choosing Your Forum Wisely

Forum Rules

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BECOMING AN APOLOGIST: Advice from the CA staff


IMPORTANT! If You Post On non-/anti-Catholic Forums! MUST READ!

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Exclamation Respect for the Reputation of Persons

From the Catholic Catechism on Offenses to the Truth (violations to the 8th (7th for some Protestants) Commandment, "You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.")

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Paragraph 2477:

Respect for the reputation of persons forbids every attitude and word likely to cause them unjust injury. He becomes guilty:
  • of rash judgment who, even tacitly, assumes as true, without sufficient foundation, the moral fault of a neighbor;
  • of detraction who, without objectively valid reason, discloses another's faults and failings to persons who did not know them;
  • of calumny who, by remarks contrary to the truth, harms the reputation of others and gives occasion for false judgments concerning them.

Consider how this would apply on an internet forum.

Passing of unsubstantiated rumors of this sort would definitely be sinful under rash judgement.

Even with substantial factual basis, unless it directly affects those you are addressing, and assuming it is true, it is still detraction.

On this forum, these sorts of acts are against the rules as well and can lead to suspension or banishment.

Think before posting negative posts about someone's private life that could affect someone's reputation.
  • Do I know the facts? If no, do not post.
  • Do I have an objectively valid reason to post it? These reasons would be very rare. If not, do not post.
If you find people that annoy you and might cause you to lose your temper, it is better to add them to your ignore list than let them get to you.

I use mine for people (only a few) who in my opinion have no interest in open discussion and post primarily to antagonize or detract from the conversation. They tend not to consider the full posts of others, rather jump on one point, even out of context, and lead it on a tangent. It is not worth my time or peace to play in their game.
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Problems with inappropriate content should be reported via the "Report Post" feature. Just click the image in the problematic post and fill out the form.

Ideally the complaint should cite the specific rule than has been transgressed. For reference, forum rules are posted here.

There is no need to submit the same report twice or to join with others to express outrage over an offensive post. One report is sufficient. Multiple reports on the same offense only add to moderator work loads.
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Guidelines for posting on religious discussions

Members are not allowed to be disrespectful of anyone's faith or religion, whether it is Catholicism or not. If a member is disrespectful, he will generally be counseled first and suspended if he persists in disrespectful postings.

If the nature of an initial posting is blatantly disrespectful to any religion (e.g., "the pope is the anti-Christ" or "
Rome is the Whore of Babylon" or "Muslims are terrorists"), suspension may be immediate and without prior counseling.

Members are free to discuss, dialogue, question, disagree with, and debate the doctrines and dogmas of both Catholicism and non-Catholic religions. However, all discourse must be civil and charitable.

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  • It is acceptable to question the doctrine or dogma of another's faith
  • It is never acceptable to question the sincerity of an individual's beliefs
  • Bringing up historical controversies peculiar to a particular religion should be done cautiously*
    • It is acceptable to discuss the effect the incident had on current policy or practice.
    • It is acceptable to seek the truth vs. commonly-held beliefs or conventional wisdom about actual events.
    • It is fallacious reasoning to use embarrassing incidents to claim that they "prove" a particular religion is false.
  • Expecting members of any Church to defend or answer for the excesses or extremism of bodies that have broken with it is a technique that has no merit and can't be defended.


*It is our observation that discussion of such past events rarely serves a useful purpose and inevitably opens a thread to posts that violate forum rules and/or the bounds of civil discourse. So, while such threads may be useful, they raise a red flag for the Moderation staff.
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Default BECOMING AN APOLOGIST: Advice from the CA staff

One of the frequent questions received by the Catholic Answers staff is how to become an apologist. Listed below are some links to information. In the future, this list may be extended as more resources become known, so be sure to check back occasionally.

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Exclamation IMPORTANT! If You Post On non-/anti-Catholic Forums! MUST READ!

Statement of CAF policy on calls to "Board Swarm".

Posts/threads that include a request/suggestion for other forum readers/members to visit someone else’s forum for the purposes of apologetics debate will be deleted/edited to remove the links.

In an effort to illuminate and explain the Catholic faith, CA makes every effort to provide our participants with a pleasant and informative place on the internet where Catholics and non-Catholics may gather.

It is our hope that respectful dialogue and discussion will lead to better faith understandings. And so in charity, we ask that our forums not be used for encouraging mass visits to other websites. In the past these kinds of efforts, although perhaps well intentioned, leave participants at other websites with negative impressions.

Your cooperation in helping promote these aims of faith exposition, hope for fruitful discussion and charity in implementation are sincerely appreciated.

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There is an expectation here at CAF that we all should behave with civility. In practice this means striving to deliver our comments here with as much charity as we can muster.

Some Catholics who are going through a renewal of their faith can take on a somewhat strident tone. Having re-discovered the truth of their faith, they then proceed to jump on a soapbox and start proclaiming the truth as they see it. Fellow Catholics, priests, bishops, even the pope, are subject to "correction." Perhaps they do not realize that this behavior often comes across to others as trying to using doctrine as a weapon.

Here are some quotations from Church leaders to consider closely:

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"Win an argument and lose a soul."
-- Bishop Fulton Sheen

"Love without truth would be blind; truth without love would be like 'a clanging cymbal.'"
-- Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, Homily

"Preach the gospel at all times, and when necessary, use words."
-- St. Francis (attributed)

"You know well enough that our Lord does not look so much at the greatness of our actions, nor even at their difficulty, but at the love with which we do them."
-- St. Therese of Lisieux

1 Cor 13:2,5,7,14
"Though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and though I have all faith, so that I could move mountains, but have not charity, I am nothing...Love does not behave rudely, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil...Love bears all things... endures all things. So faith, hope, charity abide, these three; but the greatest of these is charity."
-- St. Paul

1 Ptr 3:15 (RSV-CE)
"Always be prepared to make a defense to anyone who calls you to account for the hope that is in you, yet do it with gentleness and reverence."
-- St. Peter
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Some members have left the CA Forums because CAF management would not allow them to behave rudely. There are many venues on the Internet where one may behave as uncharitably as one desires. This is not one of them.

It should also be noted that Catholics are NOT given preference because of their religious affiliation. In fact, Catholics are often held to a higher standard. As our Lord cautioned, "To whom much is given, of him will much be required" (Luke 12:48). Here at CAF, we believe that the truth will take care of itself. Our job is to reveal it as charitably as we can.

Finally, the Moderators are prepared to help members remain within the boundaries of charity. But that only works if each of us is willing to co-operate. Please accept moderator guidance graciously and with the Christian gentleness St. Peter spoke of, even if you feel you have been wronged. (And don't forget that if you do feel that your case needs to be reviewed, you are free to appeal Mod actions to the Admin staff at [email protected].) But please keep in mind that making continual complaints about a perceived slight or injustice is counterproductive. The Mods only have so much time to devote to CAF. Rather, offer it up. Others will benefit spiritually from your pain. It's the Catholic thing to do.
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Your cooperation and courtesy in not reopening old/dormant threads is requested:

-1. the issues that spurred them are often no longer "hot" or current topics, explaining why thread activity ceased originally

-2. posters originally involved in the discussion are sometimes no longer active on the forum and, therefore, unavailable to reply to comments added to the thread

Our experience suggests that, when a topic merits revival, it is best accomplished by initiating a new thread that draws on recent events and can be posted to contemporaneously. This eliminates the baggage of folks being frustrated by asking and not receiving responses to issues raised in early posts (because the new poster didn't notice that the post he is quoting was made a year ago).
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A Note About Fonts and Colors.

It has come to my attention that some members have stated that any font larger than the standard (this: Arial 2) is yelling or shouting.

This is not true.

It is expected that all members will choose fonts that are clean and easy to read in the size posted. As you can see, I personally use a size 3 Arial font because though a little larger it makes for a clean and readable post without seeming cramped and hard to read.

Yelling in a forum, by definition, consists firstly of posting in ALL CAPS.

Beyond that, it is only when a font is excessively large and/or bold that I feel that it becomes problematic.

Most fonts will fall into that problematic category at size 4
or greater, but as you can see, not all.

The following is the same selection of all the fonts at size 3.
Notice the difference please.

Most fonts will fall into that problematic category at size 4
or greater, but as you can see, not all.

Having displayed this for you all, I am expecting to see less complaints (generally just posted within threads) accusing others of yelling because they choose a different font and size.


While I have your eye...
A word about font colors.

Please be very sure that whatever color of font that you select is easy enough on the eye that others will find it clean and readable.

Some colors obviously will never work for that, will they?

Please understand that if I stumble across a post with a problematic font/color I will change it without prejudice. However, please do take the hint, okay?
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For the foreseeable future, there shall be no discussion in the Apologetics and Sacred Scripture Forums of evolution or atheism. Anyone who starts such a thread or revives an old thread on those topics will be banned. This ban is planned to be temporary, but there are to be no public or private petitions that the ban be lifted. It will be lifted only when the mod (yours truly) discerns that the atmosphere in this forum has sufficiently cooled.
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Making any negative statements about our bishops, deacons, priests, sisters or religious brothers is not allowed. Speaking to anyone of them in an inappropriate tone while on the forum is not allowed.

Targeting Vatican II and attacking or blaming Vatican II is not allowed.

Everyone is free to state their opinion on a specific point. Everyone is allowed to disagree and limit their presentation of their disagreement to their reasons, not point fingers at the clergy, religious or the Church. State what you disagree with and offer an alternative that is respectful of Church law and clergy and religious. That can lead to some interesting discussions.

If attacks and disrespect happen on this forum you may be suspended or banned. I’m going to leave this open for a day or two in case you have questions about what may be construed as an attack or disrespectful.

I’m not leaving this open for questions about this policy. The policy is not up for debate. I want to eliminate trolls and those whose only point for coming on to the forums is to vent their hostility rather than share with others, learn from each other, and have fun together.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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