None of the comments referenced any passage of Scripture.
That begs any number of questions but here is the main one, if I claim to be a follower of Christ, and do not reference the Bible as my authority, from where does my authority arise? I am especially interested in the answer to this question if the position one is taking is counter to what a casual reader would say the Bible says about an issue.
It is OK to disagree. It has happened for centuries. It is not OK to disagree on the basis of one’s own idea when it comes to determining what God wants us to do as a people. Jeremiah 23 is really clear on that point.
If we are to disagree, the ground of that disagreement better be the Scripture. If one is making their case based on logic disassociated from the Bible, or from some form of adaptation of cultural trajectory, that one is claiming authority other than what God has revealed.
That is not a place one should be. Even a cursory reading of Jeremiah yields clear data on God’s view of following that path.
Isaiah 8:20 speaks to this as well. The author of that blog and those who commented on it had no dawn.