Again, no one is denying any Christians their rights, so I have nothing to speak out against.<quoted text>You are missing the point
Some people may not feel comfortable with confrontation
Some people may prefer to say something nice or nothing at all
Some people may prefer to rebuke by setting a good example rather than chastising
Yet you want to call someone out based on sheer ignorance and rake them over the coals by implying that somehow because they aren't living up to your expectations of who they should call out and why that somehow they have failed your morality test. They don't have to justify to you who they are or how they go about things. They certainly have committed no moral offense by choosing not to publicly reprimand someone but rather post with love
And what's more it is hypocritical as you don't hold yourself to the same standard nor I am sure would allow others to hold you to theirs. And often this tactic is engaged in simply to cause division and the moral outrage is feigned
But even in its most sincere form, you are making a moral judgement on someone for doing nothing wrong, for being simply who they are, which they are doing in a way that hurts nobody
If you can't understand the parallels and the similarity in using morality as club to beat up someone for not meeting your expectations even though they have done nothing wrong then trying to explain it to you further would be a waste of time. Anybody that can criticize how PW goes about things from a moral angle simply doesn't get it.
Again, no one is generalizing Christians in an unhealthy manner, so I have nothing to speak out against.
If you can't handle the negative criticism towards your hate, then you shouldn't deal it out in the first place.