Christianity under the umbrella of 'Protestants' is still incredibly diverse. I see a lot of questions asked on this site along the lines of 'what do protestants believe about X' or 'what is the Protestant interpretation of Scripture Y', and these seem to be accepted questions, but the reality is that the Reformed Presbyterians look at things from a very different perspective from the Pentecostals, and both of them are very different from the Episcopalians, even though they are all 'Protestant'. Even the doctrines of 'Sola Scriptura' and 'Sola Fide' are not universal to Protestantism.
For example, if someone asks, what are the differences between the Protestant and Catholic interpretations of John 6:53, what do I say? Presbyterians don't believe in the real presence, but the Lutherans do, but still believe in it differently than the Catholics - and I could go further by talking about the attitudes of the Pentecostals, Methodists, Anglicans, etc, and how they reconcile that verse with reference to Communion (or maybe some even say that it's not about Communion at all).
We might want to consider tightening down on the requirements so that we know which school of thought is being targeted when a specific question is being asked.