There seems to be persistent pro-trinitarian bias on Christianity SE. Are there any non-trinitarian mods on C SE?
I thoroughly disagree with your claim. I have had far stronger moderation in regard to my own questions and answers (who am a lifelong Trinitarian) than the answer which prompted your present question.
The site requires persistent and forceful moderation or it would descend into argumentative chaos very quickly.
Until I really appreciated the difficulties of maintaining a site such as this, I, too, had many questions and many comments directed at my work. And the discipline did me good, nor do I object in the slightest.
As I observed today, your answer was incorrect and not in keeping with the spirit of the question. Your answer was merely a link to a very poorly expressed piece of writing which in no way answered the question.
The question was about Early Church Christians which the vast majority would take to be Christians in the early Church and their response to the apostolic teaching of the apostles.
The linked article took the words of the apostles and misrepresented their teaching, but did not, once, quote from persons in the early church who received that teaching.
The response from moderation was purely on academic grounds, the correct procedure to answer that particular question.
I disagree entirely with your assessment of the situation.
I believe it to be unfounded.
Do you believe that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married? If you don't, and you noticed a user coloring all their answers with that assertion whether or not it belonged, would you flag that post? If you did flag that post, you left it up to a mod to decide what to do with it. The mod can
- put a long winded warning that turns into an argument
- put an automatic post notice that never gets acted on
- delete the post with a comment
- delete the post with no comment
- do nothing
- leave it to another mod
The most likely thing to happen is for the post to be deleted, it stops further argument, forces the user the correct something if they want to participate in good faith and if it is ignored, then it's at least not another broken window.
So to this example, if you were of Dan Brown's ilk and you liked to post about that all the time, you might find yourself deleted. If I post about Mary as Mediatrix of All Graces on everything, that'll be deleted too. There's lots of ways to get your posts deleted.