I agree that there are posts on here that are insensitive to religion in general and christianity in particular. I think part of the reason for it is until the internet non-religious people were encouraged to keep their thoughts to themselves. I know I had a lot of real honest questions that I was not allowed to ask of the religious community. I think there are many who have felt the same way and now use sites like I-A-B to express themselves. People who are offended can click the "next" button. I do it all the time when I see something I don't care for.
But as far as THIS post goes why is asking the questions the documentary is asking constitute `hate`. It is giving an alternate answer to questions and seems to try and do so in an honest way. As a person who was raised christian I found how they answered the question of "Jesus` missing years" very interesting.
Monday, May 7, 2012 11:41:30 AM
Fair enough @spuddington, it's just that there`s a lot of one-sided religion bashing going on at IAB lately. It`s not `weird` for BBC, or Canada`s CBC to bash religion, their politics are clearly far-left.
@Otto67: If IAB posted a 30 minute video of religious kooks, like WBC, `questioning` if homosexuals were really animals and deserved to be killed, it would offend me. btw: Muslims believe this. If AIB would put up fewer offensive posts, I`d complain less, but this recent (and recurring) spate of anti-religion has gotten on my nerves.
And it will get worse once the MSM begins full-scale hate-war against Mormonism.