bold text in quote marks asks common questions or expresses
common opinions of many non-Christians, even skeptical
|All the green bold
questions are repeated on QUESTION
pages in maroon bold text, with jumps to
the various answers.
|Maroon bold text is a topic header,
usually responding to the last
red bold question or "opinion."
|Navy blue ordinary text is used for bible
quotes. Most quotes are from
International Version (NIV) from Zondervan
|Black ordinary text is the body of the topic.
|Maroon bold italics
are sometimes used in the regular text for emphasis.
| Navy (underlined)
is also used for unviewed links.
| Maroon (underlined)
is also used for viewed links.
|Purple is used for quotes from the scriptures
of other religions, e.g., from
the Koran and
the Official Catechism of the Catholic Church
|Page backgrounds are light pastels for contrast and ease of