I'm getting the sense that a lot of questions are receiving answers and comments from a wide variety of personal perspectives. In a looser forum, sans-voting, this is perfectly acceptable and great. But, in a forum with voting, I'm worried that the QA will turn into a belief popularity contest, rather than a, what does Christian Group X say about Y type of forum, which is what I believe the intent to be here.
I'm certainly guilty of injecting my personal insight into my posts as well, though I try to at least ground them in the beliefs of the group(s) I'm answering on behalf of (usually Catholicism). But, I'd also like to be held accountable for separating my personal opinion -- which I understand per the FAQ is not valid material for an upvote or checkmark -- from the "plain" facts about denomination(s) X.
That said, I also want to be, and other users to be, protected from comments that attempt to debate the validity of denomination X's beliefs in response to an answer. While I love to debate this sort of stuff personally, one on one, per the FAQ, this isn't the forum for that.
And finally, how are we to treat non-denominational responses? Responses from Christians who have no affiliation? Or rather, an answer that has no denominational affiliation. We can't call them non-Christian; but we also can't let a "personal doctrine" serve as a suitable, representative answer. Can we?
How are others dealing with this? How strict do others feel these lines needs to be? What's the threshold for a downvote? The threshold for a flag?