Rules For Commenting

Commenting & Responding Etiquette
At Humanitas Remedium we wanted to put something formal together for all who read or may respond so there is clarity on all parts of how we will and you can respond. We do not wish for H.R. to be solely us vocalizing our thoughts, opinions, concerns while shunning all others who desire to speak freely. We encourage others to speak as they wish, but in doing so we want all to acknowledge that the final authority in what is posted is Scripture.
  • Is this comment gracious? (Col. 4:6)
  • Is this comment seasoned with salt? (Col. 4:6)
  • Is this comment corrupting? (Eph. 4:29)
  • Is this comment seeking to build up the church for good? (Eph. 4:29)
  • Is this comment intended to give grace to those who read it? (Eph. 4:29)
  • Is this comment fitting and appropriate? (Eph. 4:29) Is this comment true? Is this comment written in love? (Eph. 4:15, 25)

We are not saying that you can not disagree with Scripture, us, what is posted, or anything else, but if a response is clearly offensive and unedifying to others we must practice discernment and wisdom because of the standard we are called to (Phil 1:9-10,Col. 4:4-6).

This is to show Jesus Christ the honor and glory in which He is deserved, we pray that we are men that will abide in Him and reflect Him through this. If ever one of us makes a comment that is questionable or against this; please email us and let us know urgently!

Lastly, no spamming  or comments of blantant self promotion please.

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