See post #51 "This thread is posted in the Religion Forum. It is an "open" thread so posters may argue for or against dieties, religious authorities, etc. The main guideline on the RF is to "discuss the issues all you want, but do not make it personal."
And Matthew 5:22 "but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire."
Ah, Matthew 5:22, what a wonderful example of Scripture non-Christians frequently taken out of context.
Now let's look at Matthew 5:22 in context. Matthew 5 does indeed refer to calling someone a fool, but it does not refer to characterizing a behavior as foolish. That's not calling someone a fool nor is it making a statement about their state of being. Matthew 5 speaks to not only explicitly calling someone a fool, it is primarily focused on the fact that those who present themselves at the alter should first be reconciled with their brother lest they be delivered to the judge and punished.
That would mean, for example, if there were a poster who deliberately lied about what Christians believe and/or deliberately misrepresent what the Catholic Church teaches, that poster will be judged unless they reconcile with those they've lied and made misrepresentations about. Of course, most people would argue that our hypothetical poster wouldnt be worried about judgment anyway because if they believed in Jesus Christ to begin with they wouldn't be deliberately lying about Christians.