Unfamiliar with the entire situation, so admittedly, I speak from a side of ignorance regarding the contention, but as I’ve confessed before, one of my favorite places to read is a site titled All Along the Watchtower, (not sure you can get there without permission anymore) where a reader can mix and mingle with a multitude of different viewpoints on the topic of faith, and walk away feeling accepted even in disagreement, so I feel it’s appropriate to converse.
That upper management of the blog has decided to place stricter entry rules with the statement, “it seems increasingly difficult for some of my contributors to combine free speech and employment” makes it obvious something of a vicious nature has occurred.
We offer sincere prayers today for our friends across the waters, the voices from the Watchtower.
In America, we boast of our liberty to speak freely on matters, even our religious convictions, without fear of retaliation from adversaries. This is a precious privilege God and our Founding Fathers afforded us, but it is one that many would like taken from our lips and pens. The old quip, “What you don’t use, you lose” may very well be a worthwhile reminder to labor (consider especially with words) while it is still day, for no one works when the night comes.
Snaring the thoughts of a favorite author-contributor at the distant site, “The shadows lengthen.”