Do we Really Need to be bombarded by a set of religious trolls (non writing newbies) within the...
forums whose 'soul' purpose is gaining enough response to ban hubbers?
I don't know that we need them or want them, but I am sure the best thing to do is ignore them.
I am a natural atheist. My parents took me to church, but I never thought any of it was real.
I think religion can bring comfort to people, but I don't think it is necessary for a happy life.
Just ignore them. I used to argue with people like that, but really there is no point. Some of them honestly think they are doing good things. I can't fault anyone who really believes they are being helpful - I can get really annoyed, but I can't blame them.
As long as they don't want to burn or stone me, I can live with them :-)
Perhaps the best way is to ignore them... if one of them leaves (or forced to leave), there will be others coming in, and it's impossible to know how many of them there are... so, perhaps, it's best to ignore them - don't read what they write, and leave them to their rantings.
No, but just like zombies (and with equivalent mental powers) they just keep on coming.
No it's unavoidable. I spend a significant amount of time in the Religion & Beliefs forums and on the whole it is the same faces expressing their views there. These faces have all put the effort in to writing their own hubs. When a non-writer does come in just to stir up controversy, they are quickly exposed.
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