This question is predicated on the assumption that a particular event happened. I'm agnostic; I don't know enough theology to speak to the verifiability of these events.
I also don't know whether this is likely to be the only question of its type. I suspect it won't, but I honestly don't know. But it's led to at least a couple of low-quality answers, also based on religious texts - again, questionable actuality.
It's not necessarily that this question is religious, nor is it that the event may not have happened. The fact is that legal-history questions based on an event that is difficult to place, and specifically ask about when it occurred relative to other events, may be potentially difficult to answer.
I have two questions to put to the community:
Are these kinds of questions on topic?
Are we happy with answers based on such resources? There's currently two answers on that question that cite religious texts, and as the question isn't about religious law, I personally don't believe it's appropriate.
- We can add a post notice like the one below to these answers in addition to voting on them as appropriate. Is this something you'd like to see? If so, what kind of process do you want around it?
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