I spend some time on the Programmers stackoverflow site. In this community many questions do not have answers and have not been marked as "Accepted". There are several reasons for this:
- Many if not most questions will have multiple answers all of which may be considered correct.
- There is no consensus.
- There are many different options and some options are given more weight than others.
I would think that the same rules should apply to Christianity. You might have a question like, "Why did Jesus die on the cross?". And there may be 100's of answers that could be considered correct, that you could back up with evidence. There could certainly wrong answers for this. Also, there might be a hand full that are considered 'the most correct', but there would still be multiple answers even then.
What do you think?