There are plenty of different ways for you to get involved here at Wrest In Peace, and we’ll be seeking to add even more features as we progress.
Blogs — Read our blogs by various authors, offering a variety of perspectives on different issues and beliefs. We will endeavor not to just invite people whose beliefs are the same as our own, but who can also offer different perspectives and opinions. If you’d be interested to be a blog author, contact us with information regarding what you’d like to write about, and some samples of your writing style.
And once you’ve read the blog, add your own comments, questions, and perspectives. We welcome and encourage active participation, so long as you follow the rules.
Forums — Our forums are, in many ways, the backbone of the site. You can not only comment on blog articles, but can start your own topics on issues of interest to you. In addition, we will occasionally be hosting exclusive debates, in which people representing different perspectives on a particular issue will discuss and debate their respective positions with each other.
Debate — We will host periodic debates in our forums, on a wide variety of topics. These debates will be done not with the intention of identifying a winner and loser, but rather of helping inform others of the arguments and evidence for each position, so that they can better determine for themselves which one makes the most sense.
Comics — Our resident cartoonist will create topical, humorous comics to complement various discussions, and to give us an occasional chuckle.
Share — If you like Wrest In Peace, please let others know about it! Share interesting blog articles on your Facebook, Twitter, or other social media. Link to us from your own websites or blogs. Tell your friends about us. The more people who are involved, the more interesting and useful this site will be!
I am the founder of Wrest In Peace, arising from my passion to create a greater opportunity for people of different beliefs and backgrounds to better understand and communicate with each other.
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