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As has been pointed out in the comments, there is a widespread issue with this kind of behaviour across most of the SE sites. The platform is already designed to limit user contribution types to give them all a fair chance to adjust to the norms of the site before engaging fully, which helps more than we usually realise. In theory, we could make new users ...


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If a question is about a passage which can be clearly identified, and which is in just one part of the Bible, I think you're right that we should edit the question to explicitly mention it. But I don't think we should necessarily do that for the Gospels. What you have written above implies that for a passage like the transfiguration each Gospel is ...


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Consider what people see when they visit this site: Notice that the only significant difference between this site and most of the other SE sites is the "Biblical Hermeneutics" name. There is nothing, nothing at all, to indicate what the site is about, or what kind of questions are suitable, or …. This problem is common throughout SE. It appears to ...


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