Rules for Commenting

Thanks for visiting airō!  I welcome and encourage comments, but just a few house rules before you hit the keyboard:

  1. You do not have to be a Christian or agree with the material on this website to comment – all people from all cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds are welcome here.
  2. While people representing opposing worldviews to Christianity are welcome here, proselytizing false religion will not be tolerated.
  3. With that said, all comments must show respect for God whether you believe in Him or not.  This means all references to God and Jesus must be capitalized.
  4. Disagreements are welcome, but let’s disagree respectfully.  Personal attacks against the author or anyone else will not be tolerated.
  5. All arguments regarding truth and morality are based on the authoritative source of truth and morality, the Bible, so please expect all references to truth and morality to come from God’s Word.
  6. No foul language or blasphemy of any form.

I reserve the right to not approve, delete, or edit comments as they violate the commenting guidelines.  Failure to comply may result in permanent ban from posting.

Hope to see you around the website, and thanks again for visiting!

3 Responses “Rules for Commenting” →


    March 12, 2013

    I just came acrosss your site and what a blessing! I was raised in a oneness pentectostal church and stayed until I was 28 years old. Over the next ten years of my life God took me on a journey to discover who he really was. Although I never found the “oneness” doctrine in the Word of God, He opened my eyes to His triune nature as I studied His Word on my own and prayed for understanding of who He is. I thank God for his mercy and grace, and His blessing of a warm and wonderful relationship with Him and not a performance-driven faith, and I thank you for a wonderful oasis in a sea of desert.

  2. I discovered your website while doing a bible study on the book of Galatians. You have beautifully described what I’ve been unsuccessfully trying to discuss with my (multi-denominational) Christian bible study group. There are some in our groups who subscribe to “carnal Christianity” and others who know that there’s a difference in being a believer vs. a follower of Christ. God lead me here, because He knew this was the resource I needed to confidently discuss the topic of grace and holiness. Thank you so much!


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