There's been a few cases recently where I found an interesting article to submit here and was unable to submit it.
The site appears to accept the article, but the story remains invisible to everyone and to me appears to have no comment box.
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The practice of dating is a fairly modern concept of which the Bible provides very little instruction.
Perhaps linkjacking is perfectly acceptable for banned sites. [Or is there a concern about legal concerns if one "vilifies" a site by pronouncing it banned?I've verified that this happens when other people submit those URLs.Here are a couple of examples of apparently legitimate, genuinely interesting articles being blocked: I'm not arguing that those sites necessarily need to be unblocked.Nor should individuals feel pressured to adhere to advice or made to feel guilty, sinful, prideful, or less spiritual for not complying.This would denote abuse of Scripture and Biblical authority on the part of Church leadership.