- Must answers comply with the tags associated to the question?
- What should I do if the answer is vaguely related to the question, or answers the question, but in a different context then the one described?
I asked a question and I tagged it specifically
One answer that I received is strictly Catholic. When I underlined that I am interested in a generic principle, not a particular point of view, I was suggested to ask another question.
Now, of course, it makes no sense to ask the same question again. Even if I do, even if it is not reported as duplicated, there is the big risk that I will receive Catholic-specific answers.
Note: I do not have anything against Catholicism (or any other religion / belief). It is just the particular detail of the question and answer under discussion.
Other questions 3. If the Catholic points of view are favored, maybe the name of the community should be changed from "Christianity" to "Catholicism"? 4. Where can I ask a question about all-encompassing Christianity? I am not interested in general philosophy or to debate for the sake of the debate.
My question in the link remains valid, but now I do not know how to find a better answer.
Thank you all for supporting.