This may surprise people, but: I don't like to complain all that much. And I don't like to be negative or hostile.
I like to be positive. And I mean real positivity, not "I'm glad this other guy got hurt/humiliated/whatever" positivity. I tend to focus on debate, argument flaws, bluffing and so on -- but even there, the point was never sticking it to even the worst and most dishonest people I deal with. It is in the hope that someone looking on would realize that a given atheist or fraudulent Christian argument could be dismantled, and that people who meant well did not have to worry about something mentally plaguing them.
So, given that: why don't I focus more on positive developments? On good things? Encouraging things?
Because, simply: the most prominent kinds of modern Christian positivity are either Hallmark level mindless, dishonest fluff, or manipulative psyops. I don't get much encouragement from reading the latest writings of someone opining how Christ was an endlessly happy, cheerful God who never, ever would have said anything to upset someone or was judgmental. Or from the likes of Barron, who praises BLM riots as the cries of an oppressed people looking to heaven for justice, but the J6 protesters were dangerous insurrectionists filled with hate who we should all condemn unreservedly.
There is a lack of meaningful positivity out there, just as there is a lack of sincerity.
It's a shame, but it's the truth.