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Questions that pose objections to specific Christian doctrines are one of the most common form of questions on this site, and they are frequently posed by people who don't believe in those particular doctrines. If they are well-formed, these types of questions can be well received, highly upvoted and attract high quality answers. Example of a well-formed ...


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For the most part, I think our FAQ questions are pretty good. That said, I'm inclined to remove a couple and add a few. I'd remove: Pastoral Advice Questions More of a policy discussion than a true FAQ. This and this provide clearer instructions and explanations. What is “mainstream Christianity”? This could be edited into shape, but I think this other ...


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In addition to Nathaniel's suggestions, I also suggest adding the faq tag to the following: Christianity.SE vs. Survivor One or both of the following: Christianity.SE 's experts are Christians, not scientists Are questions on a Creationist explanation for scientific observation on topic here? One or both of the following: The role of the non-...


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Your personal beliefs don't matter. But many questions can't be dealt with properly here. Whether you believe in angels or not, asking for proof of their existence just isn't something that we can do. Just like asking for proof of anything supernatural.


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