I have been involved in many religious forums in the past 13 years and notice that many of them have thousands of members but only a few members who actually engage in making posts and replying to them. I know the reason this happens because of my first experience with MySpace.com starting in 2007. It has everything to do with the management of these forums and MySpace.com was managed very little other than it enabled us to have any type of fonts and colors of fonts to make our blogs with. We could post pictures with our blogs to attract members. We had some great looking blogs that were very attractive along with some great thoughts to set up arguments. Then the war would begin under each blog in the comment section. The biggest reason it was so successful is because there was total freedom of speech. You could say anything you wanted to because there were no monitors watching the blogs and replies. If you were not happy with some member, you could report that member but it was almost impossible to get rid of that member. Because of this freedom of speech, it was the best place I have ever been involved in because new blogs were posted every day with up to 1,000 or more replies in each blog. There were hundreds of members all involved. However, a very wealthy man by the name of Rupert Murdoch had bought MySpace around the time I started and then he had it all changed. No longer could we use all kinds of fonts or colors of fonts. He removed our ability to post pictures so within one week, all the members had left. It totally died in one week after that change. I stayed in it for a few days but it was so boring, then it was no longer any fun. Facebook was new so most members joined Facebook which is what I did. But Facebook is a very boring site too because only one kind of font is used with no color. Each Facebook user sets up his own forum and all those forums contained rules with the page owner monitoring what was written. Almost all those forums died within weeks after they started. I am involved with 18 of those forums today but I get very little response in them. Most posters are only posting memes, pictures, etc. and not engaging in any kind of debate. Those 18 forums have over 2 million members but most of them are not at all involved in debate or sharing their thoughts. In order to have success in any of these forums, freedom of speech is necessary, no matter what kind of language is used. Otherwise they die with only a few members who are making sure everyone else is complying to the rules. Some of those members become very clever in the way they can cause you anger but they never get banned. It's the one's they intimidate who get banned. This is why most religious forums end up being controlled by atheist's who know how to intimidate and get you angry and say things that get you banned. This post is only knowledge from my experiences. I don't assume that this site will change but it appears to me to be a very dead forum. I see all the members viewing posts but not participating by actually replying to the posts. This lack of participation takes away any competition and only a few members end up doing all the posting with similar thoughts. This causes boredom. If I don't get any response from this post, I will be one of those members who are signed up but never participate.