Commenting Policy

We liked the commenting and trackbacks policy at Get Religion so much, that we decided to base our own policy on theirs (with their kind permission, of course).

We deeply appreciate most of the comments we receive at the Emerging Scholars Blog, including those that challenge our arguments or help change our minds. We strive to write our posts in a civil tone, and we expect nothing less of our readers.

We ask four things of you.

  1. Engage the post for what it says. If you see an error, point it out. If you disagree with us, help us see things from your perspective.
  2. Provide a valid email address or a link to your blog or website. We’ve discovered several wonderful blogs because of such links. If you leave a TrackBack, please link to our post. If you provide a URL for your blog, it will link from your name. Your email address will not appear on our blog.
  3. Provide a name. We’ve chosen not to require that our readers register in order to comment, and we accept many comments from people using nicknames, or sometimes only initials. Don’t write Anonymous for your name, unless you want to time how long it will take us to delete the comment. We’ll accept or reject pseudonymous comments based on how well they respect the other guidelines on this page.
  4. Do not go ad hominem, whether against the Emerging Scholars Blog’s contributors or its readers. We will delete such comments punctually, and we’ll place repeat offenders in moderation.
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Tom Grosh IV

Enjoys daily conversations regarding living out the Biblical Story with his wife Theresa, four girls, around the block, at Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church (where he hosts the Christian Scholar Series), on campus as part of InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministry (serving fellowships such as the Christian Medical Society/CMDA at Penn State College of Medicine), online as the Associate Director of the Emerging Scholars Network, in the culture at large, and in God's creation.

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