How did my answer magically disappear off of the question "Why do some Christians not believe in the trinity doctrine"?

I briefly answered the question describing what group it is who predominately doesn't believe in the trinity and then cited a bunch of examples of scripture in the Bible that shows this truth. 

I checked my notification and noticed that a bunch of comments and stuff were missing, so I thought maybe the whole question got deleted.. Nope, still there!

Is an answer being deleted caused by people flagging your answer? 

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  • TeeM
    Lv 7
    1 month ago
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    Interesting, many are accusing 'Jehovah's Witnesses' of having your answers deleted.

    And some Jehovah's Witnesses are accusing trinitarians of doing the same thing.

    https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20200...

    is a current repeated question.

    I've had questions were I received 'best answer' deleted months after the question was closed.

    Is one group deleting the other groups questions and answers?  Could be.

    Is there a group of individuals, deleting people's answers and questions, just to watch the two groups accuse each other.  Could be.

    The truth is NO ONE KNOWS who is doing the deleting.

    I personally rarely give an answer a thumbs down, which is as far as I've gone in showing my disagreement.

    To get a thumbs down from me, the comment must be totally in outer space or belittling in nature.

    All I can say is:  Welcome to life on R/S.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Dont understand either as some of my answers disappeared too. I thought the author is the only one who could delete it. But I guess the admin could do it either, or the answer could be reported too.

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  • 1 month ago

    Most likely your answer offended someone so they reported it or deleted it. It's a coward move.

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  • 1 month ago

    There's no freedom of religion in the religion section of Y/A!

    The way they have their system programmed anyone who doesn't like another's belief takes only a couple reportings and the question or comments are gone.

    Knowing there are 39.5K+ different so called "Christian" denominations with thousands of members worshiping 39.5K+ different Jesuses our questions and answers are vulnerable with Y/A's current programmed system!

    They've made the mistake of joining "religion" and "society" in the same category.

    Society?  That could be from porn to pedophile.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    The Holy Spirit stepped in an obturated it in cyber-space.

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  • D-Girl
    Lv 4
    1 month ago

    Disappearing answers happens a lot.  I've seen it happen today with every question I've asked.   I'll have six answers to a question, then end up with two.  It doesn't seem to have anything to do with the quality of the answers.  

    I think some people here have the hobby of reporting others or the obsessive need to do so.  At this point, it looks like it's not going to change.  

    I just take the attitude that YOU CAN TAKE AWAY MY ANSWERS BUT YOU CAN'T TAKE MY COOKIES.  They're chocolate chip.  Want some?

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    • D-Girl
      Lv 4
      1 month agoReport

      You have a strange and beautiful brain.  I'm sorry it's hurting.  *kissing it better*

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  • 1 month ago

    The "Jehovah's witnesses" have a lot of people that report answers they don't like.  They have time to do that now that they're considered a sanitary risk concerning touching people's doorbells.  They were always a risk in many ways, of course...

  • 1 month ago

    If a couple of people reported your answer it's gone.  Sorry, religious people aren't known for their tolerance. 

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