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Do these questions really provide any value to the community? Identify-this questions are problematic across the SE network. These ones seem especially bad because it doesn't really seem like we're equipped to answer them - most don't have answers - compared to the identification questions on, for example, the Sci Fi & Fantasy site, where there are enough knowledgeable people that most questions do get answers.

I fear the more of these we have, the more likely this site will come up in Google and other search engines when people are searching for Christian cassette tapes, and the more we'll see of them. Can we just purge them all?

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The only reason I'd say no is because:

the more likely this site will come up in Google and other search engines when people are searching for Christian cassette tapes, and the more we'll see of them.

and this means people are asking questions on the site that probably don't have answers elsewhere, which is a good thing.

But for all your other reasons, spot on analysis. If we burned them now, nobody would shed a tear.


However, I must attest that there are more kinds of Christian scholarship than Dogmatic or Systematic Theology. For instance, I've spent the last few weeks on Spotify analyzing Newsboys songs to identify exactly what makes 90's Newsboys awesome and 2000's Newsboys passe. It seems to me that it was precisely because they were also released on cassette that they were awesome.

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