So I have a well recieved (+106/-0) answer on Why do some Christians believe it is moral to be a homosexual? that is undergoing some confusing activity.
2 days ago it got a "citation required" notice and the first part of it was deleted by @KenGraham. No comment was left with any specifics.
1 day ago that notice was removed and the deletion reverted by @curiousdanni with no comment. After that, I noticed the activity and added a comment asking what was going on. I also added a reference to the piece that had been deleted and then reverted to try to help out whatever problem was being hashed out.
Today the entire answer was deleted by @PeterTurner and a comment left stating "@mxy it's kinda lame that we're revisiting this so long after it was posted, this question probably wouldn't fly as written today and this is a good answer, don't get me wrong. The second half of the answer doesn't have the requisite attribution which is the only thing we could use as leverage against folks who flag that this is just your opinion. "
I'm not super happy with the degree of communication around this, and that I have to come here to Meta instead of using comments for improvement since the answer was deleted with basically no notice. if a lot of people are really flagging this answer then why does it not have any downvotes? Why not post notice it and let me add references instead of just up and deleting a more than +100 voted answer, overriding the clear sentiment of the community?
I'd be happy to add some more references if folks would like to be more clear about what parts could use more support. I'd appreciate if it would be undeleted in the meantime so it can be collaborated on. I'd also like more communication from the mod team and not just a bunch of random actions taken without any explanation to the post author.