FAQ: Why do you link to […]?

A question we receive about three, four times a week:

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Why do you link to [….insert name of website, blog, organization, ministry… ]? Sure you do not agree with [such-and-such or so-and-so]?

I thought you guys were Christians! But your site is full of links to cults and heretical preachers! What gives?

I cannot believe you link to information at […]’s website. Don’t you know he was [insert gossip]?

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