Hi Malte, There's an old saying on the internet: don't feed the troll.
Arguing against this type of person just makes them stronger and more self righteous. Experience shows that ignoring them makes them go away as they get no gratification. It's a pity this gentleman wants to use the list for religious propaganda, because if not, I am sure all our learned colleagues would be willing to help out as usual. To the user in question, the remit for this list is as follows: This list is for discussing how to use lilypond. ( www.gnu.org/software/lilypond) from https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-user Plain and simple. Andrew On 8 April 2018 at 21:39, Malte Meyn <lilyp...@maltemeyn.de> wrote: > > > Am 07.04.2018 um 22:44 schrieb Filip May'r: > >> Hello, I'm sending my response in an attachment. >> >> >> Best, >> >> >> Filip >> > > Why don’t you write a regular e-mail but send a Word document that is > classified as junk by my mail program? > > The God’s words are a tool to defend one’s arguments. Opinions are >> changing and fleeting in time, and so are the quotes of men. But the Word >> of God stands fast for all generations, places, and times. It is written in >> the Psalms: […] >> > > It’s weird how one can rely on the Word of God to discuss about everything > including nick names on the internet … > > Furthermore, music and talents are a gift of God […] >> > Nope. And also I don’t have to be religious just because I like Bach’s > music and Bach was religious. > > Please don’t get me wrong: I’m neither religious nor atheist. I just don’t > care much about religion. And I don’t have anything against religious > people. But could you please keep such off-topic things off this list? > > > _______________________________________________ > lilypond-user mailing list > email@example.com > https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/lilypond-user >
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