***Slow to speak - a Christian perspective
An exhortation for Christians to avoid anger. Sometimes the easiest way to avoid angry or foolish speech is to simply avoid speaking, and to focus instead on listening and understanding others. http://www.biblegateway.com/keyword/?search=Swift%20to%20hear&version1=9&searchtype=all
Does that include a xtian exhortation to be 'slow to post' "angry or foolish speech" or avoid it altogether? If so, a few xtians on these forums have not complied with such a xtian perspective, (actually not an exclusively xtian one; just another plagiarism from xtianity). If not, such 'not-ignoring ignoring' is both a self-defeating concept and an irrational one.
'Thump, thump, thump' is refuted by counter-quotes:
"A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything."
-- Friedrich Nietzsche
"Either God wants to abolish evil and cannot, or he can but does not want to.
If he wants to but cannot he is impotent. If he can but does not want to, he
is wicked. If he neither can nor wants to, then he is both powerless and
-- Epicurus, Greek philosopher, circa 300 B.C.
"With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and
evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that
-- Steven Weinberg, quoted in The New York Times, April 20, 1999
Keep posting your Bible verses.
While religious adherents are 'free' to repost the entire propagandistic 'document' bit by bit, so too are those opposed to proselytizing specious religious beliefs as 'free' to do so.