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What's the policy for "doctrinal" hermeneutics here?

Sometimes oven on C.SE people tack on a denominational angle like that just to obey the letter of the law hoping to ask their generic truth questions in spite of the guidelines against that sort of ...
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Do we lose readers by migrating questions from ChristianSE to BH?

From the stats, Biblical Hermeneutics gets 1472 visits/day. Christianity gets 798 visits/day. So if anything questions that get migrated are slightly more likely to be seen. As I just explained at the ...
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What's the policy for "doctrinal" hermeneutics here?

I believe that all on this site have a common understanding that "hermeneutics" means simply the principles by which Biblical texts are interpreted. Although many of the most active and highest ...
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Do we lose readers by migrating questions from ChristianSE to BH?

How many ACTIVE users are there on BH compared to CH.se?... The other mod who moderates both sites already answered a lot of this. I'll only add that BH is younger and only recently got out of beta ...
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