Instead of closing a "truth" question, should we encourage the people who answer to add their denominational opinion? I could see this adding to a broader understanding of Christianity.
Question: Should we speak in tongues in church?
- Answer: No, it disrupts the church service - Baptist
- Answer: Yes, it is a gift - Pentacostal
Question: Is it a sin to murder?
- Answer: Yes, the Bible explicitly prohibits it in the 10 commandments - Catholic
- Answer: Yes, the Bible explicitly prohibits it in the 10 commandments - Lutheran
I now grasp the point that "vote wars" ensue, with people upvoting their own doctrine, and downvoting others. Perhaps it should state in the site tour as Affiable Geek said:
Ideally, when you are voting, you are saying "This answer is informative and reflective of the tradition for which it claims to speak." Downvotes mean "this misrepresents the tradition" not "I don't like it."