Dang it, no more trolling on the internets.
The internet is, by nature, plural. When entering it, we know that we’re bound to encounter many ideas, some of which we will not share. Especially in religious matters, it is important to respect others, and simply move on when encountering a post with which we disagree.
If we feel the urgency to offer a negative comment, what is the source of that feeling? Do we really want to help? Do we need to correct another’s ignorance? When we assume the role of custodian of orthodoxy, we proclaim that our understanding is superior to everyone else’s.
We are not on the internet to impose our views, but to share them freely with those of similar inclinations.
The objective of argument is victory, not truth.