How To Complain or Object to Teaching Content on Our Website:
If you find anything on our website which you believe violates our basic principles or teaching (Biblical) guidelines, feel free to tell us. However, we ask the following considerations from you before you do:
- When we link to an article or teaching on another website, our link does not mean we approve of everything about that other ministry or website. We are not responsible for their ministry nor are we their 'overseers' in any way. So if you object to a website that we have linked to, write to the webmaster of that website if possible.
If you would like, please feel free to copy or blindcopy us on your
objection, so that we are made aware of your objection to their website. We haveremoved
links to other websites due to people's notifications of content
that we were not aware of on the other website.
However, we reserve the right to decide whether one single article
may be worth linking to, regardless of the other pages of the
website in question.
- If you object to an article or teaching that is hosted on another website, remember that we are not the ones who wrote the article, even if we have linked to it! So, write to the author or other website master,
if possible. Copy or blindcopy us if you'd like, so we are aware of
your objections. You are still free to contact us alone.
- If you object to an article or teaching hosted on our website or have questions for the author of that article or teaching, please be sure to contact the original author of the article or teaching. This
should be possible, since we try to make such contact available to you.
Again, copy us or e-mail us directly if you'd like, in addition to
contacting the author yourself.
- No matter what, please be specific in your objection! This
means give us the title of the work, the URL if possible, what specific
portion of the work that you object to (quote or give page numbers),
and how specifically you feel it violates the scriptures, and which
scriptures you are referring to. The authors have done alot of work and
in probably every instance, they are unpaid ministers
means, no salary and no hourly wage!). They do not want to be forced to
answer baseless accusations or hunt down what you are objecting to.
Trying to figure out the exact problem or complaint you have with their
or teaching is too inconsiderate of their time, so do not
expect vague, global accusations to be answered. Being
mean-spirited and unChristlike is probably not a good idea either.
These simple guidelines, if followed, will help us tremendously in understanding and responding to your objections or concerns.
Feel free to notify us of your scriptural objections.