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Comment Policy

Discussion is encouraged on the Early Christian Texts website and social media pages.  The Bible and Beyond blog has commenting enabled.

The creator, author, and publisher of Early Christian Texts believes that we are called to act in the world with kindness and humility, showing respect and compassion toward our fellow beings.  Ensuring that these values are respected in the discussions taking place on the website and social media pages is a priority.  Name calling, unkind remarks, threats, use of profanity, and personal attacks are not okay.

Where the line is drawn is totally up to the Early Christian Text comment moderator.

Authors of comments deemed as inappropriate may, if time allows, be contacted and offered the opportunity to edit their comment to better conform to this comment policy.  At other times inappropriate comments may simply be deleted without notice.

You must include your actual working email address in order for your comment to be published. We don’t harvest or sell or even add the email addresses of our commenters to our mailing list, but we will not publish comments submitted anonymously.

A person attempting to repeatedly post inappropriate comments will be banned without notice.


No solicitation of products is allowed.  Linking to a specific book, website, or product is fine if it relates to the topic under discussion, but linking to an online store is not.  Linking to an organization or personal website is usually okay, as long as the content is relevant to the conversation.

Special Note:

The views of those who leave comments on this website should not be construed to represent the views of Early Christian Texts.

Technical Issues

Technical issues should not be submitted via comments, but should be submitted on the web administrator contact form located here.

Last revised January 10, 2019.