We are seeing plenty of questions and answers that say things like "St. Paul wrote in Ephesians" or "St. Paul wrote in 2 Timothy..."
There is a large body of textual-critical scholarship holding that St. Paul himself most likely did not write many of the epistles attributed to him.
This was drilled into me pretty hard by my teachers and ordination board, to the point where I want to say "wait a minute" when I hear discussions of St. Paul's theology based on writings in those later epistles combined with writings in the undisputed epistles. For example, see Interpretation of the scripture "One Lord, one faith, one baptism?", see Raphink's answer.
To me, this conflating of undisputed and disputed Pauline writings makes for a theologically confused answer.
Now, I recognize that fellow Christians see St. Paul in those later epistles with their eyes of faith, whereas I follow a tradition that does not.
What's a fellow to do? Downvote with explanation? Ignore these questions and answers as adiaphora?
Edit: It occurs to me that I'm really asking this: how can people who subscribe to the doctrine that the Bible is the inspired word of God (me for example) make our pastoral and theological points clear while showing respect for our brethren who subscribe to the doctrine of Biblical inerrancy? Both points of view are worthy of respect, and sometimes yield different understanding.