Section II. Rules on Religion 1. Anglicanism and the historic Church of England There shall be no derogatory statements about Anglicanism, Anglicans, or the historic Church of England as lived through the centuries. 2. Christianity There shall be no derogatory statements: about Christianity, including all religions being equal. about the Creeds: Apostles Creed, Nicene Creed, and Athanasian Creed; -or the Formularies: Articles of Religion, Prayerbooks, Church Catechism, and Homilies. 3. Scripture There shall be no derogatory statements about Scripture, such as that it is not the word of God, not fully inspired, or teaches anything but the truth. 4. Modern errors There shall be no statements to promote modern errors, such as gay "marriage" and women's ordination. [Anglican Forums Reformation, Advent 2014.] 5. Non-Anglican sources Non-Anglican sources such as interfaith, ecumenical or non-denominational documents are not to be cited as reference for Anglican doctrines. 6. Non-Anglican prayers or devotions Non-Anglican prayers and devotions shall be reserved from posting. This is not a statement on their validity. This site serves traditional Anglicanism so those wishing to post devotionals should seek out the Anglican devotions on the subject. 7. Open discussion Within the above guidelines, all discussions are welcomed, including questions about the validity of Scripture, claims of Christianity, or the nature of Anglicanism. Hmm, well, I don't see anything prohibiting members from pointing out the errors of other groups' (RC, Orthodox, etc.) teachings. Doing so seems particularly useful if it helps Anglicans give wide berth to those errors.