This is meant as a reference point to address behavior often seen in new visitors to the site, for a very common issue seen with new visitors.
What are the site guidelines to deal with borderline questions, where the OP (the person who asks the question) is looking for an answer that's satisfying to them. For example, a person who asks a question like:
"What is the evidence given by the LDS Church that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God?"
reasonably, this seems to me to be on-topic and answerable. So someone gives the answer, it's well sourced, and well-documented, but the OP decides to argue the point in comments.
"Well, that isn't very convincing evidence? How many witnesses were there to these golden plates? What about ..."
So it becomes clear that the OP isn't satisfied with the question as asked. They don't want the evidence that the LDS Church puts out, they want evidence that the LDS Church puts out that's personally convincing to them?