There was a discussion about how we didn't have enough expert level questions, so I decided to pose some ones that would make people think, and attract some experts in theology and possibly church history. This was the question "Did the Church fathers advocate celibacy?" I figured it was difficult enough to challenge a real expert, and would be ignored by the people who weren't interested.
However it turns out it was closed, as "not a real question". I'm not sure how they got that. One of the people voting to close actually had to ask who the Church Fathers were. Please tell me this question wasn't closed because the closers didn't understand it?
Anyone got an explanation?