Why would I be prevented from asking questions if my questions are about the bible?

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    Biblical Hermeneutics is a somewhat specialized site. You can read about what's considered on topic on our help center. In order to answer this question, however, we'd need to know a little bit more about what you are trying to ask about. Is there a particular question you'd like to ask, but can't? – Jon Ericson Mod Aug 17 '20 at 19:35
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    Anyone can look at my questions . Did I ask an "inappropriate " question? Then vote to close it. But to stop me from asking questions without specifying the reason why, leaves me wondering about the motives of those behind it. – user35499 Aug 17 '20 at 23:05
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    I also dont know what was the reason. +1 for bringing that up. – Tiago Martins Peres 李大仁 Aug 18 '20 at 18:39
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    @Tiago MartinsPeres. Thanks. I wonder if my question will be answered. – user35499 Aug 18 '20 at 20:01

9 out of your 26 questions have at least one downvote. Most likely that's the cause for your ban.

What can you do now? Don't delete the questions because that'd still count for the ban. Instead, edit them to improve their quality in hope other members will see it and reward the effort. That should suffice for the ban to be lifted up.

If you notice that after a few days nothing really changes, you can contribute to the community in some other ways to show how valuable your contributions are and eventually that ban will be lifted up.

  • @TiagoMartinsPerez. Do you think stopping a user from asking questions because he has negative votes on his/her answers and questions without specifying the reasons why automatically make the answers and or questions of that user wrong? Does that in itself justify stopping that user from asking questions? – user35499 Aug 19 '20 at 10:26
  • That's an automatic filter used for prevention against low quality QAs. More about it here. If you have anything against that, the place to bring that up is in Meta StackExchange as that has to do with all communities. Would still edit the questions if I were you. – Tiago Martins Peres 李大仁 Aug 19 '20 at 10:56
  • The negative voting and the stopping of a user from asking is automatic filtering? – user35499 Aug 19 '20 at 11:01
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    No, only the stopping of a user from asking. I'm a fan of leaving comments when giving downvotes so that the OP can improve based on it (if possible). Hope in your case users followed that principle too but I know not everyone proceeds that way for multiple reasons. The most common at my sight is to pass through review queues faster but not saying that the case there. – Tiago Martins Peres 李大仁 Aug 19 '20 at 11:14

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