Our expert says:
With all due respect, I think what you are noticing is a response to what many readers perceive as being a Preaching approach, and a judgemental approach towards people who are either not Christian, or not Christian in the same way as the preacher. So it is a response to a manner of speaking which makes OTHERs feel attacked and judged, not anything I have noticed which starts as an attack or judgement of Christians as such.
What I do not notice, is any tendency for Jews, Muslims, Hindu and members of other religions, to quote their own equally sincere religious beliefs as a solution for other people's problems. And some of the "Christian" originated comments are not always likely to be seen as respectful to people with different beliefs, even different Christian beliefs.
It should be acceptable to any reader, when someone, discussing a problem, mentions that their specific religious faith has been valuable to them --- we are each of us something of an expert in ourselves. But when we suggest that OUR religious beliefs are right ( in a way which implies that others are wrong ) and a solution to other people's problems, we are potentially treading on toes, and must accept it when this gives rise to resistance or anger.
Interesting selection of new nickname, as Ruth
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