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Can I edit my own answer in a way that changes its meaning?

I would recommend posting a second answer (which is allowed) if the thought has significantly changed. Then going in and editing at the top of the old answer a notice that your thought has ...
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Why is this question Too Broad?

I can concur much with what Dɑvïd said in his answer to your question here. However, while the close reason may have been "too broad," that may have been just what the "majority" of those voting to ...
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Feature Inquiry: Recommending a Change to the Author, not Peer Review

No, this is not currently possible. And this is by design. The SE system is designed around the concept of peer review, collaborative editing, and the community being the ultimate judge of useful vs. ...
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External Tools to Edit Questions and Answers

Here is a suggestion. You can use a Markdown1 editor (installed locally on your computer). There are many options available for Windows2, Linux3 or Mac4. On Windows, I have used MarkdownPad 2 and ...
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Can I edit my own answer in a way that changes its meaning?

I think you are right to be concerned about the possible impact of a major change, including on those who upvoted or referenced your original answer or even those who refrained from posting a similar ...
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Asking acceptable questions

Biblical Hermeneutics, the study of the Biblical texts, is only one discipline and both depends upon and informs the disciplines of theology. This has been called the Hermeneutical Circle, as ...
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Why is this question Too Broad?

There is plenty of interest in the area you want to probe. My own sense is that your intention for the "supporting questions" backfired. I look at this and think: "This Q is basically = Everything I ...
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