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Cessationism vs. Continuationism
- I am nominating this article for deletion because it appears to be a POV fork. It is probably best to avoid blanking the page before (if) it is deleted. Please remember that due to WP:OWN, all articles are shared by everyone (though I am not claiming any expertise on this particular subject). Regards! Jminthorne (talk) 03:48, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
The article is not a POV Fork; it's a Content fork. Please follow the preceding link to learn about the difference. I split the article because the current Cessationism article is HUGE and hard to read. The dispute between the two sides is an easy section to cut out and put (COMPLETELY INTACT) on a separate page. I don't see what the big deal is... Anyways, Aleksander, I'm glad you're bringing all this great information onto Wikipedia. However, you're going to have to accept the fact that your article is going to get ripped apart and re-written soon because it's heavy and nearly unreadable in its current state. Yaki-gaijin (talk) 01:23, 4 May 2010 (UTC)
- What is so hard to read? The article is divided into sections and it provides in depth the main issues in the dispute. It is a large article, but this is so to give a fair presentation of the dispute. What do you mean that it is heavy? Is the language bad? Why is it "unreadable"? Is it the style or grammar that is a problem here? Have you also put "ibid" tag to my article? There are no more ibids, and I have updated references, see the discussion page of Cessationism. So, my sources are not any more unreliable. If you have still those concerns, please give me a notification with explanation so that I can correct them, if I find your concern as valid. Aleksandar Katanovic (talk) 06:31, 4 May 2010 (UTC)
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