I don't know how close we are to go-live, or if this suggestion has any chance of being incorporated, but I wonder if a change to the site title might alleviate some confusion.
The #1 misconception that very single newcomer makes about the site is the idea that the site is a "Christian site". It's not, of course, as discussed in more posts than I care to link to, but everyone thinks it is at first.
Every so often an answer comes along that's beautiful (in my opinion) but really has no business on this site. Example: https://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/15137/i-want-to-become-a-christian-but-am-currently-an-atheist/15138#15138
I'm wondering if it's feasible to consider renaming the site to "Comparative Christianity" or some other title that better communicates the scope of the site rather than "Christianity" when we go live.
Note, I'm not married to the idea of "Comparative Christianity". It's just something I threw out there. I am bringing up the question mainly (as it's tagged) as a discussion point in the hopes that a better title will be suggested.
It fits the actual purpose of the site much more clearly. While it might not prevent people from asking Truth questions and posting Truth answers, it might make it easier to explain to newcomers why such questions and answers are off-topic.