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So, this question:
is predicated on completely false premise. The assumption is that Satan is in charge of Hell - an assumption often made by non-Christians - but one often made nonetheless.
The answers (correctly IMHO) point out the fatal flaw in the premise, and are being correctly rewarded. Somehow, the question itself also garnered 2 upvotes, one of which I countered with a downvote.
The question is, what should be done with such questions? As I see it, there are three alternatives:
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Upvote, since it is reflective of common perception, but use answers to expose the faulty premise.
I've done all three, and I'm now realizing the contradiction. What guidelines are best for solving this dilemma? (And, for the record, I'm hoping not to go with "Personal whim / What do I feel / Is it just bad mustard?" but maybe something more concrete along the lines of relevancy or perceived motivation.)