I was recently involved in a discussion here where a member posted a video and accompanying story. As it turn out the story was not accurate. Now while this particular story was innocuous and trivial it is the posters response when that was pointed out that I find interesting and troublesome. I was somewhat surprised at that response and pointed it out. The response by some was it that it was ridiculous to expect people check out everything before they copy and paste stories to share. Of course in Facebook all it takes is to hit the share button. I think we as Chrisitans need to ask ourselves how important it is to check out stories and videos and postings before we pass them on. Another thread running at the moment is about the president reading 'The Post American World' with the statement that it is a book about a Muslim world after America has been destroyed. The book is, of course, nothing of the sort. I have a friend on another site who post reams of anti-Obama posts daily. When I pointed out that one of his postings was from an Irish version of 'The Onion' his response was 'these things are coming in so fast I don't have time to check them out!' I propose that we as Chrisitans had better be very, very careful before we post or share online without knowing the truth. We live in a world that is looking for chances to mock us and our beliefs. If we establish ourselves with incredible postings how can we expect people to view us as credible? So the question is this - are we responsible to check out everything before we post it, or is it acceptable to just 'copy and paste' and blame it on someone else?