I'm happy to publish comments from folks who disagree with me. That's not an issue at all. Frankly, it would be a bit dull if all the discussion here was in complete agreement.
The comments I refuse to post are those that are overly-critical and/or mean-spirited attacks. There is no place for this in the Christian blogosphere.
There is a way to critique something without becoming personal about it. We all need to work on this at least a little in our writing.
As for specifics of what I'll publish, personal attacks are going the way of the Dodo.
Let me provide examples of what I will publish and what I won't publish.
Will publish: "I believe today's typical worship services deviate significantly from what we see in scripture. They do not allow for majority participation and place only a few people in prominent positions. The scripted nature of the services actually keeps people from being able to use their spiritual gifts to edify one another. Because of these problems, I hope churches will begin to ask questions about and consider significant changes to their weekly gatherings."
Won't publish: "Worship services are a total waste of time. The pastors put the services together in a way so that only they get to be in front. They lust for power and enjoy the thrill of preaching to their flock. The people, more than willing to let 'the experts' lead the service, happily sit passively and day dream about lunch and football. This is a co-dependent relationship than simply makes Satan smile."
Please don't bother leaving attacking comments; they won't get published. Instead, please leave comments that are constructive and edifying. Focus on practices as opposed to motivation. Above all, let's seek to honor God even in something as simple as the blog world.