Is there a close reason, for: "Appeals to Modernistic Doctrine"?
Specifically, when a question is requesting a particular doctrinal explanation, or exegesis, of a passage that conforms to a particular doctrinal belief :
Perhaps this question (as originally worded) is not explicitly asking for an answer based on Maimonides. But, it seems dependent on researching his opinion - rather than citing a very specific point of his.
Or perhaps, clarify that "Opinion Based" includes : "Solicits opinions or modernistic doctrinal views - instead of answers that are based on contemporaneous historical interpretations; or, textual, linguistic, and cultural evidences".
How did Maimonides interpret this passage? (Better on Judaism.SE)
How did the Post-Nicene fathers interpret this passage? (Better on Christianity.SE)