No they shouldn't bo on DDO
Yes they should stay on DDO
Everyone depends on a book for something... Some depend on Friedman for economics, books for history, books for politics, books for morals, books for social issues.
I would rather have someone read a book for ideas on morals that watch television shows for the same purpose. If we are honest, we learn about morals from someone other than ourselves, and then think and expand on those ideas others implant in our minds. And books are likely the most refined and intellectual way to learn something. Besides, Nicomachean Ethics is such a good read! Plus, banning people who were morally inspired by books is disturbingly similar to Fahrenheit 451.
I think it is interesting that atheists are demanding that Christians show more tolerance, but atheists (in general, there are a few great exceptions) cannot tolerate even the idea of tolerating Christians. Besides, if we all agreed perfectly, we would have a harder time having as interesting or as educational discussions.
It's called Freedom of Speech. Most countries honor the concept. So, why shouldn't DDO? Does religion intimidate you? A Believer can tell you what his/her morals are based on. What does a Non-Believer base theirs on? I'd love an answer to that one, because I've asked it repeatedly. Yet, I never seem to get a response. Hmmm ...
All of the greatest and worst ideas in history, can be found in books.
people have religions that are a part of their culture and life. What if a teach had a rule not to lie, steal, hit or shout in her classroom. then she puts it down in a book. what do you do then? just stop following the life morals that are common sense just because they are in a book. If everyone went upon self instinct instead of morals many of the posts and letters and things said everyday would be nasty and hate-filled or just plain dumb.