I just noticed today that we have a tag: comparative-christianity.
This seems like a tag that's just begging for terrible questions. Is there a good reason to have it?
I think keeping it is alright only because a question that would like two denominational positions that confusingly 'use the same words' with almost opposing meanings... unraveled, might not be able to chose another tag. At least I can't think of another tag. Maybe there is an alternate that carries a compare or contrast the similarities and differences sort of Q & A?
It could also be used to get a comparative explanation on splinter groups that seem exactly the same to an outsider but actually hang huge key differences on a nuance over a single word.
I would not use it a lot but it does seem to fit a niche market.
Well, that would be a decidedly view-point un-neutral take on the direction this site is supposed to take.
If you ban the tag, that means we should be closing questions like the one discussed at length here, right?