Welcome to B-Greek. Your expertise and advice is welcome. (P.S., you should now be able to post freely after two messages - that is part of the forum's checks on newcomers that the first two posts need the approval of moderators). B-Greek is not a faith-based forum, but a forum for the Greek language which was used to write the NT/LXX; most of our members are deeply religious people who are involved in many different denominations and faiths, but neither religious involvement nor affiliation is a requirement to post on our forum. We are really more of an academic list which demands respectful discourse from its members and whose only requirement is "B-Greek is about Greek texts and the Greek language, and most of the forums in B-Greek require a working knowledge of Biblical Greek."
Quoting our policy on 'Respectful Discourse,' which is the only place now where the topic delineating what membership on this forum requires (other than a knowlege of Greek):
Those who participate in the conference represent a wide range of theological and denominational perspectives, perhaps even including some whose interests are purely academic. Deep religious convictions surely characterize many, perhaps most, of the list-participants, and some of these convictions bear directly upon how the Biblical text is to be understood. At the core of our discussion, however, is not what our convictions are but what the Greek text may legitimately be understood to mean.
If discussion of this nature is to succeed, proper respect and courtesy to other list members is important. While scholarly debate, including disagreement, is encouraged as a goal of this conference, attacks upon the character, intelligence, or faith of those participating are not acceptable. Criticism must focus upon the arguments of others; it may not be directed to the individual.
B-Greek must not be used either to attack or to defend any particular doctrine deemed "orthodox" by one or another individual or group; this is not the forum for apologetic controversy. Those who violate this policy will be contacted politely by the B-Greek staff and requested to conform to these guidelines. Those who continue to violate the policy will no longer be welcome in the conference.
So you are more than welcome.