Having just found theologyonline (actually come back to after a long absence), I think these rules are most fine, but let me point out a problem I have just encountered with the following rule.
Said in short...
This particular forum will be dedicated to debating biblical issues without debating the legitimacy of the Bible itself.
In discussing a particular topic, the issue of what you mean by inspiration comes up, and in fact it can be the major difference between 2 sides of a Christian doctrine. Therefore, it is necessary to point out that people who says they are Christians and claim to believe in Biblical inspiration can believe very different even opposite things about what those terms mean. Therefore, in house "Christian" debates can and often have to challenge the other person's belief about the Bible.
Therefore, when a thread wanders into that territory, I encourage you to let the post stand. Before I can debate someone about female ordination (where I recently posted), I have to try to understand how that person understands inspiration and truth claims. Otherwise, we simple talk past one another instead of really talking to one another.
Well thanks for listening to my ramblings,
For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.