Talk:Second Epistle to the Corinthians

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Cleanup-Rewrite[edit]

I don't know what's happened to this page but it has become a total mess. There are numerous facts but much less citation and it's my personal opinion that the number of quotes on this page is extremely excessive. To make matters worse, it has somehow been blended with the talk page (perhaps vandalism?). Given the significance of this article and the severity of the problem, I'd say it's in need of immediate attention that is beyond the scope of my humble editing abilities. Thank you Finn zee Fox (talk) 06:30, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

I think that these Bible book pages are interesting only for Christians (and such) of the more zealous kind - they deserve some general stories based on some main stream Christian interpretations (archbishop of Cantebury, papal and the counterparts for Lutheran and Calvinists), but doesn't get the proper attention for the risk of conflicts, so that the pages in practice serve as grafitti boards for fundamentalist passers-by personal interpretations. Some systematic collaboration might be a solution. Said: Rursus () 09:24, 21 November 2008 (UTC)

I agree. Such collaboration could be incredibly effective in protecting these pages. Likewise, could it be useful, or even possible, to grant these pages semi-protection? Finn zee Fox (talk) 02:23, 4 February 2009 (UTC)