To be honest, which is considered virtuous for Christians, I've been bugged to no end by the insistence of certain moderators on this site and by the codification of the site's stance regarding truth (or Truth) in the Help section, that CSE is not the place for truth.
If this site is not about Truth, then I suggest we all pack up our bags, close down the site, and come up with a new site called--oh, I don't know--Opinion-anity, or Religious Relativism. Why? BECAUSE THE "FOUNDER" OF CHRISTIANITY, AND THE ONE WHO BEARS ITS NAME, IS THE ONLY RELIGIOUS LEADER IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANKIND (PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE) WHO HAD THE AUDACITY TO CLAIM TO "BE the TRUTH" (OR TRUTH PERSONIFIED). (Sorry for raising my voice.) Would anyone care to challenge Him in this regard?
As a rhetorician I realize that when CSE moderators say this site is not about truth they are speaking somewhat hyperbolically, something which Christ utilized to get readers' attention and to make a point, on no few occasions. More on that, later.
Second, what the truth police--I mean moderators--SEEM to be saying, is that since there are so many denominations claiming to be Christian, and these denominations disagree--sometimes vehemently--on issues they deem to be non-negotiable (i.e., number-one-priority issues and maybe even "deal breakers "), that the Christianity website is wise to say in light of these denominational disagreements,
"This site is not about Truth."
I think the site errs in saying this. There is, however, a simple solution; namely, condense what I just said in my last full paragraph into a few words, and instead of saying truth has no place here (in order to get readers' attention, as any hyperbole does), you might think about saying something like
"This web site is not designed to accommodate contributors who use it as a platform for insisting their denomination's beliefs about X (fill in the blank) are true and other denominations' beliefs are not true."
In other words, substitute the word truth with the word belief. As an added benefit of doing so, those contributors who are perhaps unbelievers (atheists, agnostics, seekers) and do not identify with any denomination of Christianity, can feel free to contribute without the fear of being told by believers of any stripe, "Your beliefs are false, but mine are true."
There are perhaps a few unintended consequences of refusing to change the "There is no truth here" locution:
1) Future contributors to the site will become unnecessarily irked, offended, angered (righteously so, of course), or turned off by the hyperbole, and consequently might even quit contributing to the site. Put differently, if you refuse to drop the hyperbole and tell new (and even old readers) what you really mean (namely, that certain beliefs may in fact be true, but they also might not be true, depending on one's denominational perspective), then you run the risk of hurting, not helping, the site's goals, one of which I assume is to be a welcoming place where Christians (and even non-Christians) can come to contribute questions, answers, and comments on those questions and answers.
2) Confusion will still reign supreme in the minds of some newcomers, and old-timers too, as to what the "no truth stance" means, because in their minds, that stance seems oxymoronic on the face of it. I mean, if we're not about truth, what are we about? Falsity? Mere opinion? Well proved facts, every one of which can only be "proved" historically or some other way by citing various experts who may or may not believe that Christianity is a legitimate, viable religion?
3) The site will give off a perhaps unintended relativistic vibe, so to speak, which, I would hope, is not the site's intention. It is better to say, I suggest, that truth certainly exists, but also to include the caveat that quite often Christians confuse the beliefs of their denominational perspectives with truth. Most denominations even create their own "Belief Statements," in which they codify what they stand for doctrinally. They might adapt some of the great Creeds and Confessions of the Faith which have come down to us from previous generations, or they simply come up with their own, which are worded in ways that seem right to them. Our site's Help section, I have noticed, does a pretty good job of explaining the site's rationale in this regard, but it needs to explain it and break it down a little better.
4) We run the risk of dishonoring Christ with what appears to me to be a sort of "flip" attitude which says in effect, "We're better than those Bible thumping zealots who are forever spouting truth, but only as they see it!" As I said earlier, Christ (the person whose name is in my chosen religion, Christ-ianity) claimed to be truth personified. We dishonor Him by suggesting even remotely that in His person He was not "all about" truth. Christ was, is, and forever will be, Truth. Interestingly, and for this very reason, the moderators on this site have every right to chide a non-Christian from saying explicitly or implicitly on this site that Christianity is false, and that we Christians should abandon our belief in ultimate truth and come over to the dark side, where ironically, non-truth becomes the ultimate truth.