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Can we have this "no advice allowed" site disclaimer like judaism.stackexachange has?

I like the idea. It doesn't seem to prevent other notices, like community ads, from appearing in the sidebar; rather it just shifts everything down a bit. Let me suggest that we use the following ...
Nathaniel is protesting's user avatar
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Can we ban and delete all the help-me-find-a-cassette-tape questions?

The only reason I'd say no is because: the more likely this site will come up in Google and other search engines when people are searching for Christian cassette tapes, and the more we'll see of ...
Peter Turner's user avatar
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Should the help center better reflect that "Is X a sin?" questions are on-topic when accompanied by a denominational POV?

I am in favor I am in favor of adding "...that do not focus on what a specific denomination or tradition teaches" to the "Is X a sin?" definition and making such questions on-topic in that context. ...
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Is Christianity.SE a OP's Gets it or Community Gets it community?

I am voting for unpinning the accepted answer for these reasons: I have seen cases where new answers turn out to be better, especially for popular questions that have been around for more than 8 ...
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Does "faq" sometimes mean "recommended reading"?

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 ...
Nathaniel is protesting's user avatar
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Should the help center better reflect that "Is X a sin?" questions are on-topic when accompanied by a denominational POV?

I can see the merit in updating the wording, but I think the proposed change runs the risk of being too specific. When these help messages start reading like a formula that can be exactly followed or ...
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Tags: archaeology vs. archeology

Your wish is my command
Peter Turner's user avatar
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Is Christianity.SE a OP's Gets it or Community Gets it community?

Is Christianity SE a OP's Gets it or Community Gets it community? Personally I am onboard with unpinning an accepted-answer, as long as the community is in favour of doing so. Great idea.
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Can we ban and delete all the help-me-find-a-cassette-tape questions?

Do these questions really provide any value to the community? Given this statement about the Reason for Existence of the Christianity SE, it seems perhaps too obvious that these questions are of no ...
Laurent R.'s user avatar
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Request to merge [tongues] and [speaking-in-tongues]

As you wish.
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Is Christianity.SE a OP's Gets it or Community Gets it community?

I support unpinning accepted answers. The general voting system is enough, and in most cases it won't make a difference anyway. But for those rare times when the question asker picked a weird or ...
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Is Christianity.SE a OP's Gets it or Community Gets it community?

I would always leave the answer pinned to the top. The nature of Q&A here has always been asker centered and there's always been a disconnect if not a weird animosity between askers and answerers....
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