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Hi @countonme123, I understand your desire to have a bible group (we don't actually offer any classes), however OpenStudy is an open, global community. Thus, we refrain from issues relating to religion, politics, etc.
OpenStudy is here to provide *everyone* with an open, helpful, and friendly learning community where people can teach and learn about a variety of academic topics. Religion doesn't really fall into that mission statement, sorry!
@cshalvey , really well said.
ok its just i wish i could have some help with that class
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hmm but you can allow users to create group, can't you?
no sorry that was outlawed a couple months ago
Yea , it must have been outlawed , because that would lead to formation of multiple groups, breaking a single group into multiple sub-groups. So each group would have fewer people and less interaction. And also some groups might be unnecessary. So suggesting a group to mods and then asking for their approval ( which they would decide , I guess , by the majority votes and the necessity of the group) would be the best option.