I ask because a Moderator changed my question from "IS there a biblical basis" to "WHAT is the biblical basis" and then proceeded to have my question closed and two very good answers deleted. This was done on the basis that "Answers disagreeing with the premise aren't allowed on Biblical basis questions."
I was not working on the basis that the premise was biblical. I was asking IF it was biblical.
The same Moderator also edited the last sentence in my question from "IS Feminist Reconstruction Theology biblical with regard to the following two topics" to "WHAT IS the Biblical basis for Feminist Reconstruction Theology"
My question was changed around from asking IS THERE a biblical basis, to making it look like I assumed there was a biblical basis, and on the back of that drastic change to my question, my question was closed and the two answers I received were deleted.
I accept that one of the points I was looking into has already been asked and answered elsewhere, and so I could edit my question according to the suggestion I was given: "The Biblical basis for using feminine pronouns for God is an important question, so you could just limit this question to that..."
But would there be any point in me editing my question to ask IS there a biblical basis, if it is changed to WHAT IS the biblical basis? The problem is that I don't know if there is a biblical basis for this topic. What I wish to avoid is asking a question on the premise that there is already a biblical basis for this topic. You see my dilemma?
Is it permissible to ask if there is a biblical basis to support some theological view?
Here is the link to my question after it was edited: What is the biblical basis for embracing Feminist Reconstruction Theology within Christianity?