This goes against the whole book naming paradigm, each book should get its own tag, which is the name of the book. I guess this will be a tag-synonym request.

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That's a great question, Lance, and it was something that nobody really wanted to do. The problem is that somebody had already created a tag, which is perfectly reasonable, but SE automatically corrects to .

Everyone who happened to be in chat at the time seemed to agree we could use a tag for the time being, and once we get moderators, we can make a proper tag. It looks like SE has appointed two pro-tem moderators, so I would expect that it would not be long before you see this situation rectified.

It looks like Richard has created the tag, so I retagged the questions that were tagged .

  • Is this still happening? I was able to make a hebrews tag, but it could be because of the moderatorship thingy (I believe that's the technical term). If this is still a problem, I'm wondering if we should leave it as it is...
    – Richard
    Commented Nov 3, 2011 at 12:42
  • Yes, it does look like we have both now, thanks to your moderatorship, so I suppose I'm answering "how did this come about". I guess now we need a tag synonym?
    – Ray
    Commented Nov 3, 2011 at 12:45
  • Uhh... I didn't do anything! :P It makes me question the original problem--whether it was a browser auto-correct, or that auto-choosing thing that comes from SE. Huh.. OK, odd. I'll approve the synonym.
    – Richard
    Commented Nov 3, 2011 at 12:50
  • I'm pretty sure it told me that it wouldn't allow the tag. Anyway, glad we have an actual hebrews tags now.
    – Soldarnal
    Commented Nov 3, 2011 at 15:10

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