I adhere to a Christian tradition that is not reflected by the majority of this site's users, nor is necessarily (and is at times specifically) considered "Christian" by other Christian traditions. Nevertheless...
I thank God for this site; a site where people of differing Christian traditions and denominations may gather to discover both their commonalities and their differences.
One of the earliest Meta questions I encountered was Does this site have a novel approach to Christianity?. I have never forgotten Korvin Starmast's answer. Here's the leading paragraph:
Because this community is not interested (collectively) in the great, 1900-year-long shouting match of "I'm right, you splitter!" — "No, I'm right, you heretic!" this is a unique internet space where I can engage warmly with my fellow believers from across the denominational spectrum, not argue with them. That gets saved for the rants in chat, or the continual attempts at 'gotcha questions' by a variety of people posting questions. Likewise with some non-believers who participate with good intention.
This site is NOT a site where people can refute, rebuke, reject, or otherwise express hate toward ________________ (fill in the blank with any denomination that isn't your own).
This site IS a site where people can receive answers to questions about their own tradition or denomination.
This site IS a site where people can learn about other denominations and traditions.
Two of this site's defining Meta posts are below. Please read them.
Does this willingness to talk, rather than participate in "the great, 1900-year-long shouting match" make us satanic? No, it doesn't.