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There should be an assumed rule to ban such habitual ritualistic idiosyncratic foreign terms for God. This is mainly an English website, and I doubt every user is unaware of English. Some Jews demand the policing of the holy name in miyodaya, but that is a religious Rabbinic orthodox site, and this is a secular one. Someone may come with Hashem, The Name, ...


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A few points I'd mention here: The 'Post Notice' on your answer is designed to be a friendlier way to encourage high quality answers, and help community members understand how to improve existing answers. I would suggest the terms 'warning' or 'threat of deletion' are a bit too strong - I think the comment in it about Editing and Deletion is more to explain ...


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Personally, I'd be cautious against creating too many theological tags, as this is a Hermeneutics Stack Exchange, rather than Theology, and though the two are intertwined, the focus of this site should always be the text itself and the authorial intent. This may cause confusion for new users coming onto the site as they grow to understand the scope and focus ...


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