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Accordance users comprise a very diverse group of people. This group includes people from all walks of life: students, scholars, rabbis, priests, ministers, missionaries, "laypeople," -- you name it. This group also includes members of various religious groups and theological traditions. In order to promote meaningful discussion about Accordance among such a diverse group of people, we do ask that you follow these guidelines whenever you post a message to the Forums.
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