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14 votes

Are questions about historic interpretations on-topic?

11 votes

Are questions about historical context on topic?

10 votes

Are source-critical questions on topic?

8 votes

Hermeneutics vs Exegesis

8 votes

Nominations for pro-tem moderators

8 votes

Should we avoid the situation where one or more of the moderators are also moderators of C.SE

7 votes
Accepted

How to make ourselves known to "real" experts

7 votes

What does "x" mean in y:z

6 votes

Should all questions of interpretation include specific texts?

6 votes

Nominations for pro-tem moderators

6 votes

What does a vote mean on the Biblical Hermeneutics Stack Exchange?

5 votes

Should there be New Testament and Old Testament Tags?

5 votes

Reconciling Jewish and Christian Hermenutics

4 votes

Does Ray's question belong on meta?

4 votes

Exactly what types of questions is the Biblical Hermeneutics site intended to answer?

4 votes

Nominations for pro-tem moderators

3 votes

Are questions about the Old Testament from a purely Christian perspective off-topic?

3 votes

What do "Accepted" answers mean given a pluralility of interpretations?

3 votes

Professors and theologians?

3 votes
Accepted

Are questions about the bible, in general, appropriate?

3 votes

Is this question on topic?

3 votes

Should we require answers to cite sources?

3 votes

Should we rename the hermeneutical-approaches tag?

3 votes

Should we remove the blacklist on the Hermeneutics tag?

2 votes

Any online Greek/Hebrew resources we can quote from?

2 votes

Guidance on accepting answers?

2 votes

Can I ask this question on 1 Timothy 2:12-15

1 vote

What texts are open for examination?