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Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations?

Yes. I agree that if a question is about the beliefs of a specific group, the logical basis for that belief would have to be the texts considered authoritative by that group. If the purpose of this ...
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Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations?

Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations? The short answer is, absolutely! Unfortunately, there are those you ...
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Should questions about the Community of Christ (formerly known as RLDS) be tagged `lds` or something else?

There's a community-of-christ tag already, not sure why the OP's didn't use it, but feel free to tag accordingly. If the question compares LDS to CofC doctrine, then using lds as well is appropriate ...
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Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations?

A complication arises when a question is asked of a particular denomination claiming that the Bible (which they accept as part of their canon) states XYZ, which they use as support for one of their ...
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Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations?

Most (if not all) of the theologies represented on this site, although they may adhere to additional revelations, present the claim that the biblical texts are authoritative, and, even though there ...
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Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations?

Maybe yes but probably no. I believe the answer could be yes if the sole intent is to avoid too much combativeness or to avoid inviting evangelism, because otherwise too many questions may be phrased ...
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Should questions about particular denominations use the Scriptural Canon espoused by that particular those particular denominations?

Yes, otherwise the answer may only be partial answer. If someone asked a question and wanted only the torah or the gospels basis in the answer, there may be some basis from those select books, but it ...
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Should questions about the Community of Christ (formerly known as RLDS) be tagged `lds` or something else?

In my opinion not lds, the questions are only related to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in that the two share a common past. My knowledge of LDS stuff does no good to make me able to ...
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Should we have an "nt-use-of-hebrew-bible" tag?

I think that's a non-good tag name for the site. "Hebrew Bible" isn't a term Christians are apt to use. old-testament-intertextuality is too long how about pairing old-testament and ...
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Should we merge papal-magisterium and church-magisterium?

I think I know what was implied by the tags papal-magisterium means the teachings of the Pope and the Bishops of the Catholic Church church-magisterium means "church, magisterium" like "...
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