People can post thought-provoking questions and that is a good thing. A lot of times people don't want to see things that intrude on their own comfort level and take it personally. The asker gets flack for not going with the status quo. They also get blamed for starting an argument when other people choose to validate the question by responding and adding to the debate. What one person thinks is debate may be spirited discussion to another. People learn from each other even if initially they differ. later after letting it soak in they may see the other person's points. You and I had a little debate months ago about blood transfusions. The medical evidence is established on that although many people are ignorant on the subject and put themselves at risk. People wouldn't even need to argue against it. They could google the words "Are blood transfusions dangerous?" If I educate someone to a risk I will pat myself on the back for that. Even if someone has no immediate side effects from blood they may later develop them such as rheumatoid arthritis. Your own question is kind of controversial and could spur a debate. I would say, ignore questions that you don't like.
Yep. I answered one question last night, and it turned out that the woman who asked it (who is definitely old enough to know better) merely wanted a forum to "educate" people. She didn't want answers, she wanted to debate. Some people aren't happy unless they are causing conflict. Their lives are so pathetic and meaningless that they must have drama in order to feel alive. And to disabuse people of the notion that "Christians" are the ones causing the conflict, this was definitely not the case on that question. Plus, there is a HUGE difference between being religious and being Christian. A true Christian would never bait someone into a debate about God, nor would they tell someone who is in distress to just "pray about it". These are acts of religious people... and more harm has been done in the name of religion than in the name of the devil. So don't confuse Christians with religious zealots. They are NOT one and the same, mk1rabbitguy.