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Thanks for asking here. There ought to be a way to fix this up for one site or the other, but you might have to narrow the question down to the bit that is on topic for the respective site(s). In any event just so you know I deleted the post partly to push you to find the proper home for it. Sitting around in a "just closed" state is not a good long term ...


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Some ways to edit your question to be more BHSE specific (there are too many variables for me to attempt an edit, as you need to answer some questions). Primarily the main thing is you need to focus on texts, not doctrine. So here are some examples of things that appear to me may need to be changed: Title [From:] Do source-criticism scholars think the ...


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For The Record: There are numerous "Source Criticism" questions in BHSE, and they are valid questions. Source Criticism-though not my favorite, has been firmly entrenched in BHSE. Any question regarding "Q" is a Source Criticism question; there are numerous "Q" questions which you are invited to examine on BHSE. Though I didn't vote against it, I do see ...


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I can only give my reason for closing the question, I cannot speak for the others who also closed it, but the reason I voted to do so was not because source criticism was being discussed, but instead because of what source criticism was being applied to. This site is about hermeneutics, not doctrines and dogma. Hermeneutics deals with the original text in ...


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