Friday, 18 July 2008

Banned from Theologyweb

I appear to have been banned from theologyweb until the 21st of July, yet another ploy to stop me posting devestating arguments

10 comments:

lilpixieofterror said...

No mikey, you're arguments are stupid. The issue is that you don't follow the rules you agreed to follow. That would make you dishonest, wouldn't it? Want to tell the people how many times you've been told not to use the words you keep using?

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

"I appear to have been banned from theologyweb until the 21st of July, yet another ploy to stop me posting devestating arguments"

Nevermind the fact that there are pleanty of athiests who post on tweb regularly. And most of them have far better arguments than you(not like thats exactly difficult)

MrFreeThinker said...

Hey mike I would advise you be nice.
You may think your arguments are really strong but you should not be dogmatic about them.When I first came onto theologyweb I learnt that a lot of the arguments I thought were really strong were kind of weak.
I kept an open mind to the folks there and I learnt a lot.I think you can learn a lot from the folks at Tweb too if you keep open-minded and be nice, even if you don't agree

Anonymous said...

Say bro are you on vacation?

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

hey mrfreethinker I havent seen you around theologyweb. Do you go by a different name there?

MrFreeThinker said...

I go by facilisdescenus there.
MrFreeThinker is just the name I use to post at debunking crap

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

ah okay I have seen you around.

Anonymous said...

The world is saved!

Anonymous said...

Is there any way of knowing if someone is banned, when they don't have "Banned" or "caught in the Matrix" as titles?

And what were you officially banned for, btw?

odrareg said...

I got banned for the following reasons as alleged by the powers that be in TheologyWeb:

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http://www.theologyweb.com/campus/forum.php


Notice
You have been banned for the following reason:
advocating others to harm themselves; telling staff what to do

Date the ban will be lifted: September 9th 2013, 05:00 AM

About Us:
TheologyWeb was founded in January 2003 as the personal hobby of dizzle, yxboom and their cohort $cirisme. The site is maintained and owned by dizzle, and yxboom. It continues to function by an entirely volunteerAdministrative and Moderating team. TheologyWeb does not exist to make a profit or promote a particular denomination or secondary view witihin Christianity, nor is it under the purview of any denomination or church. Our leadership team, consisting of laypersons and leaders within various churches, holds each other in mutual accountability for the decisions of the site, whose decisions are final. With that said, please bring back Invader Zim!

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The way I see it, mods deleted by edit two posts of mine, for advocating harming oneself.

I told them that it is just a hypbole, like testing oneself to be existing by putting live wires in the water while you relax in it.

They insist it was not hyperbole.

I also tried to convince them that there was no need to delete by edit, i.e., editing in such a way that nothing original was left, namely, just return the post to the author for revising.

They won't accept my suggestion, and while I was trying to get to higher and higher levels of authorities, I suddenly found out I was banned, and I could not get in contact with the highest authorities, the founders and owners of the forum.


So, does anyone know who are the true founders/owners of TheoWeb and how to get to them, just in case they don't know how the rank and file mods and admins are taking too much liberty with posters, who just want to reason out some suggestion with them to the best of both themselves and also posters.

My name at TheologyWeb is Gerry.



Odrareg