Commenting Guidelines


Orthodox Outpost reserves the right to edit, delete, move, or mark as spam any comments that appear on our website.

Orthodox Outpost reserves the right to block anyone from logging into the site. It would be best if you used your real name when commenting, but if you have a good reason not to, we require persistent pseudonyms. That is, pick a handle and stick with it. If you post under multiple names, your accounts will be blocked.

Your comment will likely be edited or deleted if it includes ad hominem attacks; is off-topic; contains inappropriate or offensive language, advertising, copyrighted material, or suspicious information. Comments with more than four links may be marked as spam and deleted. Users who violate this policy may be blocked from accessing and commenting on our website.

All comments on this site are the sole responsibility of the comment writer, not Orthodox Outpost magazine, its editors, or its contributors. By submitting a comment, you agree to these guidelines, and you agree that its content is your own, and to hold Orthodox Outpost and all subsidiaries and representatives harmless from any and all repercussions, damages, or liability.

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