I'm a little unhappy about the tenor of some of the comments on When asked to by a religious university, how can an instructor make a mathematics course spiritually uplifting?. The question is legitimate, and many of the answers are worthwhile. But a few of the comments do not add anything to the discussion and seem designed to raise the temperature. I've flagged those that I don't like, but I think it also worth mentioning it here.
In short, if you don't have anything constructive to say, don't say anything.
Note that I say "constructive", not "nice". I'm not asking for everyone to try to agree with one another, nor am I asking for people to hold back when they object to a question or answer. But there are ways of doing so that engage people and ways that disengage them. If we make the site unfriendly at the start, it will stay that way and people won't come here. If we go out of our way to make the site friendly, it will stay that way and people will come here.
I can only speak from my own experience, but the SE sites where I still contribute are the ones where I feel that my contributions will be accepted as intended, and the ones where I've stopped contributing are the ones where I feel that I might have to expend time and energy defending every single post.