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I know a thing or two about Christianty.SEI know a thing or two about Christianty.SE.

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE.

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE.

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

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I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE.

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaninghave meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "TruthTruth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE.

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE.

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

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I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE. Just look up Affable geek there and you will see what I meanI know a thing or two about Christianty.SE. 

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Atheists and Muslims. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth"Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE. Just look up Affable geek there and you will see what I mean. I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Atheists and Muslims. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

I know a thing or two about Christianty.SE. 

I can assure you we do not have homogeneity. We have very liberal and very conservative members. We have Baptists and Catholics. We have Mormons and Pentecostals. We have Atheists and Muslims. We even have arguments over whether "liberal and conservative" have meaning. But we've built a pretty solid basis of fact-based questions and answers that steer clear of "Truth," sermon, and/or cheese. As my keyboard shortcut says, when you get the chance, please check out our [about] and specifically How we are different than other sites. At some point, I'd like to make a version of that document for politics.

We work together to stop rants on either side, and we reward scholarship over speeches.

More importantly, however, we don't rely strictly on diamond moderation. We flag the heck out of stuff. To wit, I am not a mod there, and yet I've raised over 520 helpful flags- and less than 15 unhelpful ones.

Candidly, here on politics, I'm probably the biggest wuss of all the mods. I look for content to vote up, rather than trying to close everything in sight. But, I respond well to flags, because then I don't feel as though I am censoring people.

I agree, I could be a better mod- but Yannis, Sam, and I are not the only ones who are supposed to be moderating.

Want a better site? Help us.

  • Focus on fact based questions and answers, and vote them up.
  • Flag bad content
  • Model good behavior by writing good questions and answers.

That will fix the problems you see and get us all the site we want.

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