I occasionally hang out on an online bulletin board called Learn About Christianity. Unlike contentious, "I know you are but what am I?" types of religious discussions, this forum is designed for people who have questions about Christianity to ask them in a "safe space." All responses need to be responsive to the original questioner, not to other respondents; and the forum is moderated adequately enough to ensure that this rule is followed.
I'm pleased to note that, despite jokes about the "frozen chosen" and concerns that Lutherans just don't know how to articulate their faith, our team, and some other folks in the broad catholic Christian tradition, have a strong presence on this forum, and regularly step up to the plate to respond to questions. The regulars identify their religious affiliation, and generally qualify their remarks with a note that this is what we believe or this is how we do things.
Lately a representative of a Large, Culturally Aggressive Conservative American Denomination has been joining in the discussion. I recognize him from my involvement on debate forums. He has a fairly consistent message -- You are going to hell if you don't get this salvation thing right -- which he delivers with great conviction, not to mention palpable relish.
I perceive that the rules of engagement on this forum are quite constraining for this fellow, because he cannot directly address the heretics and apostates who are leading sinners down the primrose path to hell.
But he dogs us. If one of us answers a question from our perspective, he is right behind with his. I honestly think that he thinks he's been called to a special ministry of saving the lost from...well, from us.
It's kind of cute.