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I totally agree with you. That's why we had the effort to move this from a generic Christianity.SE to a more specific site about Christian Doctrine. The effort to make this site specifically about d …
answered Dec 7 '11 by Richard
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You can continue to comment on closed questions. It simply prevents new answers. If you want to continue the discussions there, feel free. If you're not getting quite the immediate gratification y …
answered Sep 21 '11 by Richard
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I want to mention that this is not part of the series regarding refining of the guidelines for questions and answers. This is about how to write Excellent questions, regardless of the topic. Intro …
asked Oct 13 '11 by Richard
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If the question is intended to attack or criticize an individual, it should not be allowed. A current example: "Richard Dawkens. A bigot?" Another example: "Why was Calvin such a horrible heretic? …
answered Sep 9 '11 by Richard
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I'm looking at the church-local and I'm confused at its use. I can see that it's made as a comparison to church-universal, but that doesn't answer the question of its use. When I look at the questio …
asked Sep 19 '11 by Richard
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It seems that if the translation is not provided, a link to the site that contains the translation should be provided. For example, if you say Genesis 1:1 1 In the beginning of God's preparing …
answered Aug 24 '11 by Richard
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I guess in my mind, those items were in the past. They've all been reconciled. If the Catholic church were still ex-communicating anyone who said that the Earth isn't the center of the universe, the …
answered Sep 21 '11 by Richard
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Have you tried Wikipedia? Genesis/Exodus/Leviticus/Numbers/Deuteronomy Joshua Judges etc...
answered Oct 13 '11 by Richard
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While formulating the question, I started coming to the opinion that we should stick with: society-of-friends This is something that they would appreciate, I believe, and it fits the technical name …
answered Dec 2 '11 by Richard
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It seems like we've hit this topic before, but I can't seem to find the question. So, I'll repost. If someone else can find it, please let me know and we'll close this as a duplicate I was always u …
asked Sep 19 '11 by Richard
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From the faq: Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed * commentary on the question or other answers * asking another, different question * “thanks!” or “me too!” …
answered Oct 6 '11 by Richard
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A recent question asked about Quakers. However, the Religious Society of Friends are not actually "Quakers"--that's a nickname. Just like for "Mormons" we use the lds tag, we probably should use a …
asked Dec 2 '11 by Richard
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Personally, I tried to give you the benefit of the doubt that the question was not meant to be offensive. Also, I consider this a side issue since editing could have changed it to be a respectful que …
answered Aug 31 '11 by Richard
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I'm really starting to think that these questions should be moved to Skeptics.SE or another SE site. While scientific questions definitely relate to Christianity, I don't think that science is the pu …
answered Aug 31 '11 by Richard
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A recent post about this topic has illustrated clearly the need for good, solid guidelines. It has shown that we cannot reasonably expect to field all questions about Christianity. The correct respo …
asked Dec 12 '11 by Richard

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