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The art of biblical translation, part one: On the eloquence of the King James Version

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    ThatFanficGuy Link
    On a meta note: could or should posts like these use subtags? religion and religion.christianity, for example, or language and language.english.

    On a meta note: could or should posts like these use subtags? religion and religion.christianity, for example, or language and language.english.

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    1. Algernon_Asimov Link Parent
      Yes, it should. That's why I included these tags when I posted this article: "religion", "christianity", "language", "english". In fact, every post in ~humanities should have at least one of these...

      Yes, it should. That's why I included these tags when I posted this article: "religion", "christianity", "language", "english".

      In fact, every post in ~humanities should have at least one of these four tags: "religion", "language", "history", "philosophy". These are the four humanities which are covered by this group. (I believe the fifth discipline of the humanities, the arts, are covered in ~creative.)

      As a former moderator of /r/AskHistorians on Reddit, and the person who suggested this group, I've been keeping a very close eye on it, with the aim that we will eventually have four sub-groups here, one for each of the humanities:

      ... and I've been tagging all posts here accordingly.

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    2. Algernon_Asimov Link Parent
      P.S. I've re-read your comment and I think I answered the wrong question. I'm using sub-tags in this group to identify denominations within religions (such as "christianity.catholicism" and...

      P.S. I've re-read your comment and I think I answered the wrong question.

      I'm using sub-tags in this group to identify denominations within religions (such as "christianity.catholicism" and "christianity.anglicanism" and "christianity.methodism") or dialects of languages (such as "english.canadian" and "english.indian" and "english.australian").

      I don't think the tags "religion" and "language" should have sub-tags, as I believe these tags represent potential future sub-groups under ~humanities, as I said in my previous reply.

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