Millennial Star comments policy

Millennial Star is a blog written by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We wish this to be a place where we and our readers can discuss topics and issues of interest to the LDS community in an edifying and uplifting manner. We invite all readers to add comments, and we expect those comments to uplift, rather than tear down.

We welcome both members of the LDS Church and believers of other faiths. We ask that all respect the beliefs of others. Though we welcome readers and posters of all faiths, our posts take the foundational teachings of the LDS Church as common ground and the point of departure. Posters who wish to debate or argue those foundational teachings should seek one of the other forums available for such discussions. Comments that denigrate the Church or insult its leaders are not welcome.

Comments should follow generally accepted standards for good taste and decorum, exhibit respect for others, and relate to the topic at hand. We invite readers who would like to discuss a topic that does not fit under an existing post to submit a guest submission or write a letter to the editor suggesting a discussion of that topic.

The Millennial Star bloggers will take action to address comments that do not follow the above guidelines.

4 thoughts on “Millennial Star comments policy

  1. Hello someone recommended this site to me and so I thought I would give it a whirl.

  2. After I opened my big mouth, I read your comments policy. Thank you for allowing me to write. Sharing God’s love through Jesus Christ is my life purpose. I promise that all comments will be with respect. I am always fascinated by the mormon religion. If I have crossed a line please, refrain from being rude and gently let me know. I love the Bible, love God, and desire to serve Him all the days of my life.

  3. Cari, we welcome respectful comments from all Christians, and others, but most Latter-day Saints disagree with your analysis of the temple and its purpose. As long as you keep your comments respectful, as they have been so far, please feel free to comment here.

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