I recently post four questions:
- Was Emperor St. Justinian an Aphthartodocetist? This question is not made to defame a holy and pious saint venerated by both Catholic and Orthodox. I ask this question to study a historical event in the Church history.
- What caused division and persecution in the history of Eastern Orthodox Church? brilliant posted a good answer but because my question was closed he put it on comments, please open my question so that people can answer it. Thank you.
- Was Calvin a Nestorian? If you're a Calvinist you might want to check this one.
- Which religious group believes in the Great Apostasy belief? I've simplified my question. Please open my question. Let me know how to improve it.
Is there a good advice on how to improve my questions so that I can address my question with clarity, objectivity, and generate interest for many people to answer it? I've tried to provide enough information without burdening my question with pages of redundant and non-essential references to my question. I've tried to avoid inflammatory and sensitive comment in my question. I won't mind if people down voted those questions and ask if my question not specific enough or contain too many detailed informations that might be not essential to my question. But I noticed someone down voted my question without trying to give an answer to my question as if they want to burry my question so that no one will notice it? Shouldn't questions get down voted based on their quality and not over theological disagreement?. I understand that my questions indeed are sensitive, but I tried my best to ask questions objectively not to accuse or defame certain groups of people or their beliefs. I simply want to learn and that's why I ask question for people to answer. I'm still a newbie. Please help me to improve the quality of my questions. Thanks.