OK, at the end of this thread, The Parallel Bible, I started a little proposition. I named it number 2 because there is already a number 1 (The original PRSI rules). After being part of that thread, I reached to the conclusion that we were going nowhere. In one side, there is religious people that say what they believe in, in the other side is people who say they are wrong. And after that, all the posts are written with a clearly critical and quite un-respectful way from both sides (religious and non-religious, I include myself also). And I see the same happening in the rest of the threads that have two sides discussing. You can clearly see how most posts are made with the intention of making the other person look silly and stupid. What I propose is: 1- Back our post with founded cites, facts and personal opinions. Meaning that you can't just come and say: "Hey, you are completely wrong! So wrong that I'm not even going to answer you." 2- Ban insults completely. I consider an insult when someone says: "Your beliefs are completely childish, and only uneducated people can believe that". 3- Finally, how about making of this sub-forum a better knowledge center. I mean, instead of just saying "I'm right, you are wrong", let's try and always add something that might be useful, at least for increasing our cultural knowledge. I know there is already rules concerning this sub-forum, but it seems we have forgotten them, and this has lead to a series of discussions were nothing is gained, and may I say, much is lost. Any thoughts?