Here at C.SE, we cannot tell you how the world should work, only how it does. As such, we have a concept called a "Truth" question that we try to avoid.
What is a Truth Question?
A "Truth question" tries to get to the essence of topics like:
What do we do here then?
Here, we are interested in the study of the Truth moreso than the Truth. Put another way, we don't care what the "right" answer is - we care about what large groups of Christians have historically said the right answer is. As such, we would prefer questions like:
- What is the doctrinal reason for thinking X is sinful?
- Historically what do [INSERT DENOMINATION HERE] say about this?
- Who teaches that God is like this?
- Historically, how have theologians reconciled [THIS BIBLE VERSE] with [THIS PROBLEM]?
- What was the justification for [this bad thing Christians did].
Notice in every instance, we are looking for sourceable questions with answerable facts, using the standard sources of theology. Your opinion belongs on a forum, not here.
How can you tell?
I can answer questions about things I think are downright heretical.
I can do so objectively by accurately listing assumptions therein, even if I think they are totally rubbish. If a person who thinks you are an absolute fool can nevertheless see that you have identified your assumptions and sourced them appropriately in the context of Scripture and Tradition, you're probably on the right path. If you are looking for a "discussion" or the chance to preach, please, use your own blog.