I suspect that most here went though a stage as newbies in which we were overly critical of others' writing--I know I did. Most of us learn to avoid that distraction, especially after the tables are turned and every mistake that we make is pointed out. But we still notice, and it is still annoying. It's hard not to say so every great once in a while.<quoted text>
The attack on grammar is your vain and inept way to reply to ones post. The critique of ones writing is merely a side bar meant to deflect and harass the poster. All the while promoting yourself as being something superior. This is typical narcissist behavior on your part.
Because you are unskilled in countering the annotations of those of faith. Your shallow responses are just that shallow. Lacking any real substance in your answers you typically express sarcasm and cynicism.
Meaning your depth as a intellectual is just not there. At best you may have a average IQ. Nothing superior to average. This is very evident by your counter attacks and reverting to your lame effort to side track post with grammar.
This is not the Queens school of grammar. And you certainly are not the Queens most studious student.
Frankly you are just another self absorbed atheist trying to make yourself look astute.
As I've written often enough to be a bit of a bore on the subject, the essential qualities of good writing are not grammar, spelling, or even syntax. These are merely tools that we use to attain the most important qualities, which are readability and clarity. Eventually, we all learn to focus on our own writing and leave others to do the same.