This is my blog, and I decide what gets posted and what doesn’t.
Comments will be censored. If you are polite and disagree charitably, your comments will be approved. I may or may not have the time to engage in lengthy debates on this blog, but I will try to answer sincere questions or disagreements. Ultimately it will come down to your interpretation of the Bible versus my interpretation of the Bible – that is the ultimate realisation I hope for for most discussions.
Rude comments, or comments accusing Catholicism falsely in an uncharitable manner, will sometimes be posted to make an example of the poster. Sometimes as a separate post. If you e-mail me directly with this sort of thing, you, by e-mailing me, submit your name for use on this blog. The ruder your e-mail, the more of your name I will use.
Off-topic comments will seldom be approved, with the topic being determined by a) the blog post commented on, and b) me. And all this depends on how I feel at the time.
WordPress has add-ons for tracking my site’s usage. So does Google. I use both. My interest is in which countries people visit from, and which pages get visited, and such things. I do not collect or sell IP addresses or e-mail addresses.