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Migration paths are set up only between graduated sites. We've completed our end of this bargain, but until Biblical Hermeneutics graduates we will not be able to have a migration path to or from them.


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I apparently read the question rather differently than you did. Besides probably not speaking English as a first language and some formatting issues it seemed like a very obvious question of "what does this word refer to in this verse". That is a question pattern that works on BH just fine and does not at all on C.SE. Furthermore my experience is different ...


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If you decide to post your question on History, I suggest doing that directly, rather than requesting a migration. As you mention, History-centric questions will be different than Christianity-centric questions, so after a migration you'd be left with some serious editing to do anyway. One option which is often appropriate is to post in more than one place, ...


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It wouldn't be particularly helpful over there in my view as it's fundamentally unanswerable from an analysis of that particular text in isolation without recourse to a theological framework. If you (as you should in this case) are specifying a particular theological framework - eg Trinitarianism - then it would be more appropriate on this site (but as I've ...


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Applying my criteria for evaluating migration paths: There's an obvious overlap between Biblical Hermeneutics and Christianity. Both sites have clear topic spaces and Christianity is getting good question flow. In the last 90 days, according to the stats, 17 questions were migrated from Christianity to BH and none were rejected. To me, this is right on the ...


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There are a couple of guidelines that have come up relating to other sites that have overlapping subject areas: First of all, migrating to SE sites still in Beta stage is generally not appropriate. Beta sites are supposed to live or die on their own, and not rely on migration of questions from other sites. In this case, since it's just one question, this ...


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Some of the questions in the bible tag would fit on Biblical Hermeneutics: Historical books about the Bible Perhaps a bit broad and "pollish", so it might get closed quickly. But it fits otherwise. In “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”, what is the relationship between the numbers and the books in the Bible? Focused on the meaning of the novel rather ...


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We've only identified a couple of them so far: What order should the books of the (Protestant) Bible be read in? The Bible is probably one of the most historically significant books for the Western civilization, so it should be a worthwhile read for many a literature geek. In which order should it be read, then? ... Are there different “versions” or “...


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