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I deleted your answer as part of the migration from Christianity to Biblical Hermeneutics. I realize the target moved on you as the question was originally on a site where you answer might have been appropriate. However the question was not appropriate on that site (it should not have even been answered there). Your answer would have been fine in the ...


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While I cannot answer for Caleb, I suspect that it was deleted because you do not specifically address the question about the meaning of 2 John 7. That is, you presented a good argument that Jesus will return in the flesh, but you did not continue with that to answer the question about whether 2 John 7 should be taken that way or not (which is the question). ...


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Why is the Question Protected? Though not all users are able to see all activity on this question, there are actually fifteen submitted answers which have been proposed, including six deleted and one with a large number of downvotes. Questions with this level of continued activity should be protected, to protect against low-quality contributions. It's ...


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The post has been edited and undeleted. I didn't realize mod-deletion does not allow undeletion. My apologies. This particular user has many egregious cases of blatant disregard for not applying the text to modern Christians and assuming the readers share his Christian faith (and should - often prescriptively). Even subtle prescriptive language is ...


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