When flagging questions with "it should be closed for another reason", you are currently presented with:
The description for off-topic refers to "the scope defined in the help center" - fair enough as it goes so far .
But if you decide that 'off-topic' is the best option to go with, you are presented with:
Which is not a particularly comprehensive description of what constitutes off-topic, nor even a good match with all the question types listed as not constructive in the help-centre:
- a survey of all Christian views on a particular subject
- what the Bible says about a subject (unless you specify a doctrine/tradition)
- advice on how to handle certain situations (pastoral advice questions)
- whether some group or person is "Christian"
My particular issue, is that:
If you judge that the question is off-topic for a reason defined in the help centre (e.g. either option 1, 2 or 4 from the list above)
And you further determine that it is neither a pastoral question, blatantly off-topic nor more properly belonging on Meta (the only option available for "This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network")
- You are left with "General philosophical and sociological questions are off-topic etc." - which, given how the question is worded, could be quite inappropriate.
It seems to be that either more options should be added, or the description of this last option should be modified to be a better catch-all.