i honestly don't know the answer. perhaps it's because they don't. what i mean is that if i answer a religious question , i usually get a down vote so i don't think they get any more because of their answers.
I can say that I am probably the leader in getting the most voting down for religious answers. I do not mind it at all because at least I am an opened book and tell it like it is with no holding back of any answers knowing it will be voted down. To all of the others who answers religious questions just keep your head up high and keep on keeping on and be inspired by my answers which you can read on hubpages. The truth keeps marching on. Glory to GOD.
That is a good question. I wonder the same thing. I won't even answer some of the ones in the Forums because it is just a chance for others to attack my faith. Not a good idea. I can't explain why others believe the way they do, all I know is what I believe.
Because people know "religious" people will feel inadequate if their egos are not fed by man.
If you write a pro-Christian article, it pisses off the athiests who think it's trendy to spout how much god is a myth.
If you write an athiest article, it pisses all the religious nuts you'd rather not know in real life.
In the meantime, the decent-minded people (athiest and religious alike) carry on without commenting because their beliefs have been and always will be theirs alone. Good people will use religion/athiesm to do good works, and dicks will use religion/athiesm to be dicks; same as it's always been.
by freecampingaussie 6 years ago
Why do good answers get voted down ?Why are answers that have nothing wrong with them getting voted down ?If the subject is sex every answer seems to get voted down ? Is it someone who hates sex & can't handle the fact that a lot of us do ?If that is the case then wouldn't it be better not...
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
Why do hubbers vote down honest answers?Here is an example: http://ellana317.hubpages.com/question/ … -you-criedIs someone mad because another person cries tears of joy? Why do hubbers vote down answers that address the question?
by Teresa Schultz 6 years ago
How often do you vote a hub or an answer to a question down?I've been at HubPages for just over two weeks. I feel hurt if I know I have given a fairly good answer to a question and it gets voted down. I have not yet voted any answer down - if I don't like the answer, I just ignore it. I guess if I...
by BobbiRant 7 years ago
Why so many religious questions suddenly?Is this all of a sudden the 'God' pages? Why so many God questions. I don't look here, in this place for religious answers.
by MysteryPlanet 6 years ago
Do you vote down an answer because you disagree with it?I have been browsing the Q and Q a bit and have noticed that a lot of people who give very relevant responses are voted down.The conditions are "Please vote up an answer if it adds to the discussion, or vote it down if it does not. You...
by SportsBetter 6 years ago
Why don't most people question anything anymore?
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