Apologetics: ə-pŏl'ə-jĕt'ĭks from the Greek απоλоγία Def: The branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of Christian doctrines.

Anonymous Comments

Written By Esthermay Bentley-Goossen on 02 April 2005

Anonymous Comments ARE NOT ANONYMOUS. Please know this. Your IP addresses, exact latitude & longitude, date and time of visit, out-clicks, etc. are all recorded when you visit this sight. Leaving negative anonymous comments is cowardice and hateful. Leaving positive anonymous comments with the names of specific individuals (although understandable and appreciated) puts me in an uncomfortable situation with the many people who follow my blog. Thank you!

In Colossians 3:9, the apostle Paul said, "Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have put off the old man with his deeds." The word "lie" (in the original Greek) carries the idea of any type of falsehood. It can picture a person who projects a false image of him/herself; someone who deliberately walks in a pretense that is untru; or someone who intentionally misrepresents him/herself, or misrepresents facts or truths.

Spiteful and vicious comments which embarras the sender are NEVER published. Some comments have been reported to law enforcement in an ongoing criminal investigation.

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